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    Not paranoid.

    Playing in the lounge room only where I cN supervise, or backyard with me out there.

    And no opening cupboards or going into other rooms where the doors are closed.

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    Not paranoid, I would only let them play under supervision.

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    Not paranoid. Supervised play dates only and only if your DD really wants them. Even then, I'd be reluctant. This girl sounds like she's having only a negative impact on your DD.
    Does she have other friends you could encourage her to spend time with?

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    Not paranoid at all, it would be supervised all the way for me. I'd be having a talk with both girls about boundaries and why you need to respect them. I'd also be talking to the girls mother (although kids learn by example so don't be surprised if she picks you up and refuses to put you down :P).


 

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