I know we don't have to allow it per the parenting plan. But is it wrong for DH to say no to SD cheerleading because it messes up his weekends? SD is 6 and wants to cheer because her sister is doing it. When BM talked to DH about it, he said no because we live 2 hours away and the Saturday games would really kill our time with her. I am not sure I think that's fair. For once I agree with BM. SD needs to be able to do what she enjoys... even if that means she misses out on some time with Dad. I think she needs to be aware of the fact that she will miss some weekends with us because of timing and the long drive, but I don't think he should have said no without some discussion!
What do you think?
Talked to DH tonight and he understands where I am coming from. We have decided to stick by his "No" for now but to promise SD that when she is 8yo and in 3rd grade we will let her do it. We also talked to BM and decided that we will pay half of gymnastics at the YMCA for now which will help prepare her for cheering and will only take one night a week so it will be easier on her too.
Thanks for all of your suggestions... :)