Originally Posted by sebarnes
But that's the exact point. YOU are, but not all families of 10 year olds are. It's about respecting the different standards of different families.
yeah i think this is a v. hard thing to follow.
in general public. i think we ourselves are a little more protective of our children.
for a ten year old - i probably wouldnt have really raised my eyebrows over twilight.
i mean how many in general follow the PG13 rule? most of what my 7 year old and her friends watch are PG 13 arent they? even kung fu panda was PG.
plus she got it as a bday present. no violence, no sex.
however i am pretty permissive where movies are concerned.
my dd loves, loves romances. her all time favourite movie is Bright star. go figure. gave me a chance to introduce her to keat's poetry