Dear Abby: Halloween evening is around the corner, and my 7-year-old daughter has decided to be a cowgirl. She wants the boots, the baseball hat and the gun.
Is it appropriate to leave her have a holster and good obviously toy gun to accessorize this costume for trick-or-treating? She would not wind up taking that part of her dress-up costume to school on Halloween. I live in connected with the country where guns are an immensely important part of our culture, but I am doubtful how to proceed. — Confused About Halloween Using Montana
Dear Confused: Guns may perhaps be an important part of the culture where you live, still , how do you feel about them?
If it's moderate with you, and the weapon your child bears is obviously a toy, then there needs to be no problem as you take her for house to house collecting her different goodies. But there is nothing wrong with a 7-year-old cowgirl not having a gun and holster as an element of her costume. If you need verification, enjoy her check out the character Jessie belonging to the movie "Toy Story phone case 2 . "
P. S. Having her require a toy gun to school is smart because many schools have dedicated policies about weapons — incorporating toy weapons — being resulted in campus.
Dear Abby: A female sidelight recently asked me to submit a research letter for her to help her for a custody battle with her ex-husband. The person had problems with drugs and intoxicating liquor in the past, but has been sober System.Drawing.Bitmap a year now. She wants often the recommendation letter to reflect what quantity of she has changed for the better.
I did not know her a year ago and did not witness the change. Also, for what little I have seen, this parenting skills are questionable at the very best. How do I proceed? Ignoring her interest isn't an option because she has proposed multiple times. — Acquaintance In Ga
Dear Acquaintance: Tell your acquaintance an edition of what you have told me, that a majority of you're not comfortable writing the alphabet because you have known her a little relatively short time and haven't seen how far she has come. It's legitimate. (Do not mention that you think this parenting skills are lacking if you would like not to lose the relationship. )
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