Quote Maria Maria101: Nick needs to be the father and Faith needs to be the child. You do not speak to adults the way Faith has spoke to Avery and Nick. She need a good old fashion hand.
I cannot believe you people are condoning this little girls actions. Do your children act like that, I hope not.
Sharon need a good hand on the backside to and some mental help. She has messed up her child mentally.
I totally agree that Nick needs to be the father. It's too bad he wasn't. He was only concerned that neither of his daughters would be in his wedding, and he thought he had a better chance of getting Faith there than Summer. What a primo dad!<p>
Sharon did initially fuel the fire for Faith to think she and Nick would get back together, but Sharon did later recant with Faith after Nick made it clear that he was going to marry Avery. Sharon did keep up the banter with Cassie the ghost, but she repeatedly told Faith that Nick was going to marry Avery. I don't understand why that is so often overlooked.<p>
Faith was a baby when Nick and Phyllis married the second time. Now, she is 6 and probably most of her friends have a mommy and a daddy in the same house. She is not old enough to understand why her friends have a mommy and daddy together but her daddy is marrying someone else. Nick is the one that needs the good old fashion hand for putting his desires above his daughter's needs. Neither Sharon nor Nick would ever be parent of the year, but right now, Sharon has a problem that requires medication. What's Nick's excuse? The little girl's actions make a lot more sense than either of her parents. I really don't care if no one agrees with this, but I don't think any 6-year-old should be punished for wanting his or her parents together. She threw tantrums and a doll. She ran to her mother's house. Major crimes. Life sentence. And tomorrow, there will be weather.