OK, maybe not the TV but can I have the car? No, maybe the shoe rack. Yes, I can be master of the shoe rack.
First, the father banned his 12-year-old daughter from going online after she posted photos of herself on a dating site. Then she allegedly had a row with her stepmother, so the father said his girl couldn't go on a school trip. The girl took the matter to the court - and won what lawyers say was an unprecedented judgment. Madam Justice Suzanne Tessier of the Quebec Superior Court ruled on Friday that the father couldn't discipline his daughter by barring her from the school trip.Hoe-kee-ka-boe-kee! But if you read the article, the child is not living with this parent any more and is entering in that teen transition period where good family judges refrain from making orders all the time where the kid is just not going to follow it. The kid sounds a bit normal, too: "the girl, who had been banned from Internet chatting, tried to circumvent the order by going online at a friend's house."
Wasn't being a teen something of a nightmare anyway?