I am collection opinions from friends and family, and it is pretty evenly split. So, I need more to make a decision. I asked to work early on Halloween at the car dealership I work at. My closing was pushed back several times last year, and I was quite upset when I was not able to close before Halloween because I really wanted to give out candy. So, this year, I asked to work early so I could do so. I have already decorated (my mom told me it was too early, but I have been excited!) Today, the new girl we just hired at the dealership e-mailed me and asked me to switch shifts on Halloween. She was asked for any time off requests before the schedule was made and did not say anything about Halloween. Now she wants to work early so she can take her daughter trick-or-treating for the first time. The thing is, her daughter is only a few months old (side note- parents taking their babies who are not old enough to eat candy door to door trick or treating is actually a pet peeve of mine). I am typically VERY flexible about switching- in the nearly 2 years I have worked there, I have only said no a few times- when I was asked to work when I already requested the time off or if I realized I had the day off and made plans. With the other part time girl we have now, I probably switch at least twice a month due to her asking me. So, I am usually very accommodating. Too accommodating as a matter of fact. I have a hard time saying yes because I ASKED for this shift- she could have made a request too, but did not. It also slightly irks me that she would even ask me this, knowing that I did make a special request. I also am struggling with the fact that I am a pushover, and am getting sick of it (which she is not the one who has been abusing the fact that I accommodate everything, but I am still getting tired of doing what everyone else 'needs' me to do). On the other hand, I feel guilty because she does have a child. A child too young for trick-or-treating, but a child none-the-less. What would you guys do in my situation?