My daughter's best friend wants to take her to see the upcoming movie Twilight for her 13th birthday. Her friend will be 13 in April. I don't object to the movie but her friend wants to take her to a 12am showing on a school night so they can go to the premier showing at a major cineplex in a fairly metropolitan area, with all the costumed, die-hard fans parading around, news crews, etc. The friend's mom was planning to drop them off and pick them up when the movie was over, but said she'd stay "if it would make me feel better".
Dad and I said no to the midnight showing on a school night, but the dilemma is what to allow. The friend's mom totally thinks this is a riot, and she didn't care one way or the other because it “was really important to them", and was prepared to let her daughter take the following day off of school. Are we out of line? If you were in our shoes, what would you allow/agree to?
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