The other night at dinner they undercharged us for our beer, and I pointed it out.
When I walked out of Target with a pillow underneath the cart that I forgot to pay for, we went back so I could pay for it.
It's just the way I roll. I watched my parents do the exact same thing, and I learned.
Then facebook arrived.
You have to be 13 to get an account, and last time I checked, I didn't have any 13 year old children.
They understand why they can't have it, but they still want an account. Do they really need to talk to their friends that also aren't old enough to be on there? Do they really need to waste time playing Farmville or Petville? Is there some reason they need Facebook that I am missing?
Am I totally a crappy parent because I won't
There are rules for a reason, and I just don't understand those that break those rules, because their kid wants it. If my daughter wants to go vote when she's 17, I can't let her. If she wants to drive when she's 15, she can't do that either. Does it make a difference that it is a rule and not a law? I don't think so.
What do you think? Does your child have one if they are not 13? If so, why? If not, why not? Please tell me I'm not the only one...