It’s difficult to parent children, particularly if you have a large family. Raquel Davis of Sacramento, California, understands how tough parenting maybe since she has seven children.

During their free time, one of their favorite activities is skateboarding outside of their home. Her neighbors, on the other hand, are less than thrilled. She’s had complaints about her children in the past, and she’s finally had enough of it. That’s why she put a “This neighborhood is full of Karens!” sign on their family basketball hoop as a result.

Raquel stated that her neighbors have been repeatedly calling the cops on her children for being too loud. The allegations are that the children believe they live in a park rather than a peaceful neighborhood and should not be allowed to do so. On Saturday night, Davis claimed she had reached her limit.

Raquel didn’t know how to explain this to her children since she didn’t understand it herself.

Raquel’s rivalry with her neighbors has always been a problem, but it has recently gotten worse on her son’s birthday. The youngsters celebrated this special day by skateboarding down the street. Then one of Raquel’s neighbors came over and complained. He informed Raquel that he could hear the children from inside his house, according to Raquel.

The woman told that she was getting complaints from her neighbor about the kids’ loudness. She also asked if they could keep it down. As a result, she requested that her children keep it down in front of the aforementioned neighbor as well as to watch their language.

However, Raquel stated she could no longer tolerate the insults when her neighbor departed with a frown on his face. Raquel decided to compose a letter to her entire neighborhood as a result of this. The message was posted on the basketball hoop in Raquel’s driveway after it was erected.

In an interview, Raquel said, “I didn’t know it was not okay for kids to be outside skateboarding. I felt this is my son’s birthday party. They’re out skateboarding and I guess I was at my final straw. My last thing. I don’t know what to do so I put up the sign.”

According to her, cops have been called at least three times in the last few months. She stated, “So now that it’s with my kids and cops are being called on them, I don’t really know how to resolve this when they’re just skateboarding.”

CBS13 tried to interview a neighbor who claimed he was not the one who called the authorities about the situation on their street. However, he said that everyone in the area is concerned about the skateboarding of youngsters and other noise issues. When asked about the sign, he stated that it did not concern him.

“These folks moved in and it’s basically ‘The Animal House,’ house in the neighborhood,” said one unhappy neighbor named Bruce Foster. “There is like no sense of noise control,” because these people suddenly moved in.” According to Foster, the noise had been occurring for some time. “It’s like there’s a park going on here. This is a neighborhood. It’s not the park. The people that live here did not move next to the park on purpose,” he said.

CBS13 spoke to the other neighbors about Raquel’s situation, as well as her sign in her yard. Some didn’t want to be on camera, but a few did say that there had been noise problems and others who don’t mind.

“I don’t know how to turn down boys skateboarding,” added Raquel. “I mean we’re outside. It’s during the day.”

CBS13 asked the West Sacramento Police how many times they have been sent to Raquels’ home, but the department refused to share that information.