6-year-old treats his mom to a monthly 'dinner date' with his allowance

Nikkole Paulun Reveals How She's Teaching Her Son To Treat Women

MTV's '16 and Pregnant' star Nikkole Paulun posted a picture of her monthly dinner date with her 6-year-old son Lyle — and some people don't think it's so cute.

Paulun explains in the caption, "Once a month my 6 year old son takes me out on a dinner date. He opens doors for me, pulls out my chair, talks about his day & asks me how mine was, pays the bill with money he earned by doing chores, and even tips the waiter/waitress. By doing this I am teaching him how to treat a lady & how to take her on a proper date. How to show that he respects the woman he loves...It's never too early to teach your child how to properly respect others, especially women."

Once a month my 6 year old son takes me out on a dinner date. He opens doors for me, pulls out my chair, talks about his...

Posted by Nikkole Paulun on Friday, January 1, 2016

Some praised the mother of two -- Antionette Sena commented, "What a good mom you are to teach your son how to respect women! Wish more women would do this!"

And Rainbow Skye said, "This is the best thing I've heard in a very long time !! Keep it up ! You're raising a young man !!"

Others...not so much. Mariah Smith wrote, "'I'm gonna teach you to be a man. Do all these chores and then spend the money on me.' Yeah OK."

And Ally Chertez said, "Not impressed at all, in agreement with already mentioned concerns. Let's not talk about the fact that he's being taught that the only and proper way to treat a lady is in fact a material one .. and above all, this is 2016 - I'm pretty sure we're past the 'man has to pay for the date' phase."

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