Sleepovers with opposite sex

Simony - posted on 02/12/2014 ( 9 moms have responded )

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Thoughts on allowing your almost 18 yr old son to spend the night at his Girlfriends?

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Leela - posted on 02/14/2014

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For now I'd say no. When he becomes an adult then that's another matter

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/12/2014

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Well, since he rudely rebuffed the NO answer, I'd have to say NO it is.

When he's mature enough to respond in an adult manner to being told that he cannot do something, then maybe you can reconsider.

However, he's not an 'adult' till he reaches 18, so until then it's your house, your rules. Normally, I'd say no biggie, assuming that he's been taught proper protection methods, and such, but with that asshole reaction...Sorry, bud, not only no, but HELL no.

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Simony - posted on 02/14/2014

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Thankyou everyone for your comments and thoughts. I appreciate them all and all were so very helpful.

Chey - posted on 02/13/2014

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Honestly, at that age-if he sleeps over with his go you have to realize he is going to be, "Sleeping over." You know what I am saying... Regardless to how you have raised him, it is what it is.

Sarah - posted on 02/12/2014

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What is the reason for staying the night? In general I would say no as it is not appropriate. Exceptions might be....post prom and a bunch of people r going to so and so's house after. Or girlfriend lives 5 hours away.

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Koddoes to you for raising him right. As for how he reactes, I wouldnt read into it that much :) Did the same thing to my parents growing up :) At that time your almost considered an adult but you still need parental approval and for.some thats a hard thing to accept. Chin up!

Simony - posted on 02/12/2014

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That is very kind of you, yes I have as a single mom. I just so worry about the wrong things happening you know. And the other part is, when I told him no to begin with, he instantly became disrespectful and rude to me.

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Do you trust your son? Have you raised him to respect women? If you answer yes to both then I wouldn't worry about a thing. :)

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