That is really a solid idea- trees do take time to develop, but you can plant them all at one time. It's rather dull to do so... but maybe that will be a Animal Crossing Bells good thing for the child to see.
Flowers are somewhat harder, because depending on the type you may want to wait around for Leif to show up. But whatever blossoms she can not replace immediately- perhaps replace pumpkins? But for an added responsibility lesson you can put her in charge of their everyday watering, also.
Ah, right, do not know why I did not think of this. They are definitely a hassle - I finally gave up and bought some damn gloomy roses I was really disappointed with breeding! Hopefully OP did not lose too many.Or if she apologizes AND replants the trees and blossoms and fixes the furniture . Some sort of restitutions. Now grated this will actually take time which may be counter to the punishment, but it would take work and cash to purchase the flowers, and trees, and also to water them.
If she is only allowed a specific amount of screen time every day, then that could eat into that moment. No additional screen time until she is righted the wrong.
I get as much solace out of ACNH in this pandemic chaos in which we find ourselves, I'd be pretty mad too if a person intentionally wrecked my island.
(There was another AITA a couple of months back where a girl's boyfriend trashed her island during an argument. What a jolt )
My 6 year old goddaughfer understands this fairly clearly. She gets angry if any blossom goes,issuing. . .Oh, then in that case no, NTA. It really hinged on whether there was an agreement ahead. If I were you, I would edit the article to add that.OP I simply picked up the game after a looooong hiatus (spoop season got me) and if you want fruits/flowers, drop me a pm and I'll send you a dodo code. NTA, tho I will admit I am obviously biased here.Why can it be your island, however her switch? This is a little confusing for me tbh. Like is it her switch or the buy Animal Crossing Items family's switch?