When your kids are say, at school, or maybe a friend's house, is what goes on your business?
If you tell them not to do something and they do it at a friend's house -let's say it is something that could have an affect at your house - maybe watching certain shows/movies that could cause nightmares or staying up late and throwing off their routine - do you not say something because it didn't happen at your house?
What about at school? If you get a call from someome saying your kid did something and are now in trouble do you just say "didn't happen on my watch, it's none of my business"?
Or is where your child is and how they behave your business? If it is, do you think that what goes on with your kid at their OP's house is none of your business because of the kid's location?
to James Madison
"They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."