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Grandparents’ choice to walk around isn’t safe – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: Seven months ago, my in-laws took my child under five for the night and broke the only rule my wife and I set for our child’s time with them: DO NOT ride their ATVs. .

We don’t think it’s safe, especially on public roads.

We reminded them of this rule as they left for the outing.

Upon his return, our child spontaneously shared that he had done mountain biking, including on the roads.

My in-laws did not apologize or admit wrongdoing. They believe it is safe and within their rights to make this decision.

Another concern I have is that they have unsecured guns in their house and refuse to get a safe to lock their guns.

I believe two cases show very poor judgment on their part and my young child is not safe in their care.

I don’t think my in-laws are trustworthy, they don’t respect us as parents, and they have poor judgment when it comes to safety.

My spouse is more inclined to give them the benefit of the doubt, despite these and other differences.

Your opinion ?

— Concerned parent


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