We are so proud of her, she has just about everything (spoiled little girl) But we are so proud of her. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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I got a key to my mother's car and permission to ask to drive it. I will do the same for my son. But a car is a privilege and it has to be earned. I don't know at two what he will be like on that day the state says he may legally drive by himself. But first of course he has to earn the right to take the test. I'm not a mean or even too strict a parent. I'm just a realist. So if he has earned the right to take the test he has earned the privilege to borrow my car. Then we go from there. Then he gets the car I say is he is able to drive not the car that he wishes he could sit behind. So for me the gift depends on the kid, finances, and also the kid's take on driving. If my child thought it was a right I would certainly not allow for his own car. Right? NO. Privilege and responsibility yes.
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