Does child have the right?
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|Sat, 08-21-2010 - 2:33pm|
Teen goes to Dad's house on Friday night.
Next morning teen wakes up and Dad is gone. SM says "Dad forgot to tell you that he had something to do today (let's say work) and he didn't want to wake you in order to let you know. He'll be gone for most of the day. He'll see you at dinner. So I guess it's just you and me today."
Kid says "Gee, but no thanks. If Dad is not going to be around, then I've got things to do in my part of town. I'm going to ask Mom to pick me up and drop me back here at dinner time."
Does the kid have the right to do this? If he calls Mom, does she have the right to pick him up? SNs, would that ok with you? BMs, would you tell kid that he must follow the CO?
Assume Dad can not be reached. He works for a top-secret govt. agency and is out doing his "24" (the show) type stuff.