You may recall that H and I had a family discussion about finances the other evening (and it went very well). Before the meeting, I had prepared a breakdown of what our household expenses are to show easy child and difficult child exactly what our costs are. It didn't detail our income, just our costs. Well after the meeting, everyone left the table and left their copy of the spreadsheet. I saved one for my books and threw out the other 3. I even asked the girls if they wanted their copy and they both said no. Last night, after a day out with friends, difficult child asked me if I still had a copy and if she could have one. I asked her why she needed a copy (I didn't refuse) and she got all huffy and said, "Nevermind, whatever" and went to her room. Her reaction, of course, set off alarms in my head that she was either up to no good, or, up to no good. Was she planning on sharing this information with her loser friends or what?? Should I ask her again what she wants with it? Or should I just give it to her? Maybe she's completely innocent and simply wants to figure out how much she will need to pay her own rent, utilities, insurance, electric, oil, cell, etc?? I know, wishful thinking, but still. What do you think?