Is it OK to take kid's side when Daddy is rebuking him for some wrong deed?
only on ocasions that you think daddy is really wrong. As a rule parents should stick togheter otherwise kids will going to speculate this usually turning into spoiled brats.
No, whichever partner is wrong, and mum gets it wrong as many times as dad.
Unless it is for the instant physical protection of a child, both parties should stick together and sort out their differences out of the child's earshot.
Any child will notices the slightest difference of opinion and exploit it, exercising the old, divide and rule, principle. Children are not the sweet innocent angels that overweening parents believe them to be.
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