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She would never admit it, but I think she knows we're not COMPLETELY unreasonable on this one!! Prior to that - I had "boyfriends" and we talked on the phone and went over to each other's houses for homework - doors were ALWAYS open and nothing was done in private. What you should do instead is invite a group of kids over to your house, fix them food, play music, have board games, Twister, etc. Be careful to look at any DVD's that a kid might bring to make sure you think it's appropriate- I had a problem with that, but my son is 18. I could go out on group dates at 14 and alone at 15.5.
:)T.: Make a compromise - if they want to go to a movie - JOIN THEM!! If you do this, she will feel like she has something fun to do with him, and you hold the cards. Let her give you death stares all she wants - 13 is too young to date. I really don't care if this is a "different time." I'm doing the same for my daughters.
believe it or not, she will be more afraid to screw up if she knows you trust her than she will be if she knows you dont.
I didn't read all the responses, but I thought I'd let you know what we are doing in our household.
We are now hated - enduring deaths stares and silence.
I'm looking for opinions from other moms of teens about when your daighters went on a first date, had a first boyfriend, etc.
I know a lot of people will say we are old fashioned, but in our area I have seen more pregnant teens in the schools then I care to see and I don't want to have any of my children be either the mother or father in that case! I just can't see how a boyfriend fits into all of that. THEN, some of the girls/boys, can just go off on their own and separate from the 'group.' And do whatever, making out. Has respect for herself and is responsible and is open with you and knows, she can tell you things. The human brain, is not even fully developed until 26 years old. Maybe you and your husband can sit down and set boundaries for dating since we can't stop our kids from being attracked to boys and liking them, that is so normal, it now what they do with that that matters. I am holding on for dear life, thankfully I will depend on God's guidance and wisdom to get us through. I've told her that she is welcome to have her friends, including boys come over to hang out or for dinner or something (bedroom doors must remain open if a boy is with), but she 86ed that idea.
I'm afraid I don't see what the issue is with four 13 year-olds going to a movie together. I never had to worry about coming home and facing the infamous "Ummm, guess what? I didn't even try to pull that with my parents until junior or senior year, and even then it was just going out with a "group" and hanging with a favorite guy in the mix without telling them because I wasn't really allowed to date.
My son had a girlfriend by the time he was 13, my daughter was 14. I've already watched her flirt (quite skillfully) with boys her age, so I'm expecting this to happen early with her, too. I wasn't allowed to "date" until I was 16..even then, one or both of my parents tagged along. My 14 year old neighbor/babysitter talks about nothing but her boyfriend boyfriend boyfriend. She's hardly ever free to sit because she's with her boyfriend's family and away on all their church group's outreach things together.
I don't know what I think the "right" age is to start dating, but I know for me it's not 13! Thanks for all the great responses - I appreciated those that disagreed with me as much as those that agreed.
The double date did not happen, and the stares & silence ended the next day. She will not want to wait two more years (or 3, whatever you are planning) to single date. Come in and out of the family room during their time together.
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And what is "dating" - they already believe that they are girlfriend/boyfriend. Boyfriends are so darn all consuming mentally at that age.