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Unusual Playdate Requests

Parents Are Increasingly Making Weird Playdate Requests

When you take your child to a friend's house to play, it's not unusual to set some ground rules. But some parents are making unusual and stringent playdate requirements before they'll agree to allow their children to visit their friends' houses, The Stir reports. Demands are as strange as no playing tag, no using cell phones in front of their child, and turning off the home's WiFi connection so their child isn't exposed to radiation.

To read more about the over-the-top demands, read the whole story on The Stir.

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Amber-Joy Amber-Joy 4 years
It really isn't unusual for parents to make a few rules such as not whining, limiting unhealthy snacks and t.tv. time, and just plain old having fun!
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