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  • So I get there is only one island per console. This suggests that the singular console in this story belongs to the daughter and not the OP.This is significant information. If its her switch and game then that was too much.I'm confused with this as well because OP composed'her turn.' So is it your kid's turn along with your game?The OP is most likely that the Resident Representative aka they have the Animal Crossing Bells maximum control within the island.

    In addition, I play with Animal Crossing so I understand the one island per console rule along with the Resident Representatove concept. I am referring to the fact that the OP says"I took her Shift," which suggests that the one Switch involved here belongs to the daughter.YTA. I mean. . .this is a child who chopped down several trees on a fake island that may easily be replanted. If you wanted a perfect island, why are you sharing with a 9 year-old? I mean, is not it kind of unfair that she does not receive the full impact of the game since you want things a certain way?

    And until you come for me explaining how important it is- I also am a huge AC fan and have been playing since I was a child, I've spend hours in my new horizons island. Once I was a kid, I used to need to share an island with somebody older than me that would not let me do anything to the staircase except my own room and it took away a great deal of fun- I would imagine it would take away a enormous amount of pleasure on New Horizons because that's a big part of the allure.

    Anyhow, I get placing working into your island and being proud of it. However, punishing a kid for. . .playing the match? That's just silly.The fact that the island is fake is irrelevant. She still messed with other peoples stuff when she had been told to ask first, there has to be some sort of repercussion or dialog before that mentality of"its mine too" or"I want to do x therefore I will even when I am not supposed to" becomes part of more than just jer video game playing.

    It is not so clear to me that collaborative depiction of the rules is accurate. OP claims that she wanted"parental approval" for big island changes. I remember being a kid and sharing games with my parents along with my (older) measure wolf, and phrases such as that usually just meant that they would do what they wanted and whatever I suggested could be vetoed with infrequent exceptions. It kind of takes away a great deal of fun from the match for a child. It is like regular, real-world rules to get a child except they stretch into a video game. That, tbh, kind of sucks if OP's case is anything like that. I wouldn't state that OP is TA, however I am not a cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Items fan of these sharing this game with their kid in the first location. It only sounds like very little upside down for your kid. Particularly if the change and/or game was intended to be theirs, however, is now being heavily policed with their parents.