say you are going to have a child over for the day...and you offer to take the kids out to do stuff...a movie and lunch. should the other parent offer to pay their child's way or since its your idea should you pay for the child? Or lets just say you send your child to play at another kids house for the day...do you ask the parent if they are going to need money if they are going to be doing stuff? I just don't know the propper edicate for this.
Answer by kimberlyinberea at 4:23 PM on Jan. 22, 2010
I don't know what is "proper," but if I send my daughter over to a friends and know in advance about an outing, then I give money. If I don't know in advance, then I thank them. If a friend is coming with us, I usually pay. If the parent gives the child money for the outing, I let them use it as their spending money.
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