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My DD says hi

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    My DD is 10 and really wants to be involved in debate and apologetics. She even wrote her own list of points to make to 7up. (The last point was that she should have a TWeb account. I told her she has to work on being kind, and her father told her she has to learn about her own beliefs before she debates someone else. Not to mention that she's way too young to be on a forum.)

    She wants me to tell 7up, "You're wrong and my mom is right."

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    I do not mean that in a rude way. It just seems both cute, and funny to me.

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      I understand, Cerebrum. She is cute -- she asks me, "Can we have an argument?" and there's just no good answer to that if you don't want to have an argument...

      It's hard being ten -- you know enough to know what you want to do, but a lot of times you don't have the tools to do it yet. I had similar struggles at her age.

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        Unfortunately she will have to wait a few more years before she can join us.



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          Originally posted by Kind Debater View Post
          I understand, Cerebrum. She is cute -- she asks me, "Can we have an argument?" and there's just no good answer to that if you don't want to have an argument... .

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            Originally posted by Kind Debater View Post
            My DD is 10 and really wants to be involved in debate and apologetics. She even wrote her own list of points to make to 7up. (The last point was that she should have a TWeb account. I told her she has to work on being kind, and her father told her she has to learn about her own beliefs before she debates someone else. Not to mention that she's way too young to be on a forum.)

            She wants me to tell 7up, "You're wrong and my mom is right."
            You know, it's really good that your daughter is interested in apologetics and in learning doctrine. Good for you.

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              KD, the correct answer is, "Okay, you win."

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