By Dorothy Foltz-Gray
Your 10-year-old thinks he's going on 20—and sometimes your husband seems to believe it. But you don't think he's ready to see Night of the Living Dead—or have that new cell phone with all the bells and whistles. You're not alone: Motherboard Moms told us that they don't always agree with their partners about children's privileges and freedom. The truth is, kids fight for freedom, but parents often fight about it. Here's how to settle the common liberty issues that parents don't see eye-to-eye on.