Son wants for girlfriend to move in with him

Maria - posted on 02/06/2014 ( 5 moms have responded )

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Mother of daughter does not like my son, so their relationship has been a secret for a year now my son girlfriend to move in with him. He is 19 and she is 17.

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Tenekia - posted on 11/13/2014

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Wait... Your son is not married to her. We need to teach or kids morals they don't know what real love is yet.. So we have to monitor those things... Things are made to easy and common but not of Christ. They should wait. Teach your son to be a man and not just a good boy. Moving her in while not married gives the devil room to play... Teach him to do it the right way for they will be blessed. Teach him and prepare him to be a provider as the Bible wants him to... The rest will follow... Leaving together are for engaged and married people. Not teenagers looking to be grown because you don't have to bottle feed them any longer. You know how it is as an adult... You know the truth about love and life... Don't set them up for failure. And though it is not your daughter act as if she was... Would you want your 17 year old to move in with her boyfriend? Don't set double standards because he your son... I know allot of boys who will work for their needs and not take of their kids..if she gets pregnant... and your son and her don't make it... That girls parents have to take her in and help take care of that baby. Are you willing to move her in and take care of her if he decides to move on? If not... leave her where she needs to be unless they are engaged...

Maria - posted on 02/06/2014

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Thx, nothing against tattoos, I personally like them. I just think there are still parents that don't really talk to their daughters enough to make them understand to wait on boyfriends and birds and bees. I'm very close to my son I think he will do the right thing to wait but I honestly I worry about hormones.

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well tattoos have no bearing on what a person is worth, same with piercings. I am tattooed and pierced while finishing a certificate in university and being a stay at home mom. My tattooed husband works hard so I can do this. She could have a problem since he is an "adult" and her daughter is a "minor". Them moving in together will make it worse if she is still 17. They are together pregnancy could happen no matter if they live together or not. I hope your son is smart enough to use protection.

Maria - posted on 02/06/2014

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That's what I say but I don't want these kids to do something that will make things hard for them, like pregnancy! Son in college, girlfriend in high school. Both have plans to stay in school but don't want to break up, they want see each other more but her making it very hard. Don't understand why the mother is saying no when my son doesn't do drugs, no drinking, no tattoos and works!

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wait until she is 18. Then the mother can't really say anything because the daughter is now an adult.

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