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No. But we do bike around on the weekends with them - only in areas with nice, wide bike paths though.
I’m not sure if my son is especially sensitive or having trouble with grief. We had a guinea pig named Snicker Doodle for about 8 months before he got sick and died. He spent a lot of time with him and he was even in my son’s class for a week. My son often starts crying out of nowhere and it’s been 2 months since the guinea pig’s death. Do you think I should have him talk to a counselor?
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Anything is good as long as your kid is into it! Just don't go investing too much into things like a cello if you're not sure.
Yes, they're all good! I think it's always a good idea to go for the free trial class for whatever activities you're interested in. That way, you can better see your daughter's interest level and get a sense of whether it's something she'll stick with. And if you do decide to try something like ballet or piano or other classical instruments, there's just a lot of options when it comes to teaching styles - some are more formal and strict (really geared towards classical training) and others are more about "having fun" so it's good to try to find the right fit.
I would call the parents. But you need to be prepared for any kind of response on their part! Many parents get super defensive if you call out their kids. When I was way younger, I had a bunch of friends over when my parents were out. Many of them got drunk / stoned etc and also did some damage to our house. When my parents called their parents, some literally responded with "My kids are allowed to do whatever they want." So just be prepared.
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