that is what i told my kids growing up i and not there friend but there parent . Oh they did not alway like me and they did things but they had the foundation and there adults now and Because I’m the freakin’ redhead of this house that’s why mug
yes we are friends and they are great …loved listening to this and all the comments this is a good message for all parents.
Because I’m the freakin’ redhead of this house that’s why mug
You’re right. Her friends knew that because of these rules, she wasn’t invited. His heart was beating when he asked her should we change them. I think they should. Rules need to be made in accordance with the individual child’s personality and moral compass. My daughter (and his daughter, I think) would be fine at this party and would Because I’m the freakin’ redhead of this house that’s why mug have the judgment to deal; My nephew. from the girls perspective she may not have had fun at a party like that tbh. If she thinks the rules are important she probably would have bailed on the party even if she went.
I don’t agree. Sometimes there is guilt by association. If the cops came to the party, she could get in trouble. There is also social media. If pictures were posted, people would assume she is using drugs and alcohol. that just proves to me that they don’t need to be on the books. She’s a good kid, the rules and his parenting were and are commendable, she’s practically an adult…. time to let go some. It’s not about need. It’s about being equipped to live in the modern world. There’s gonna be sex, drugs and rock and roll all around her when she goes into college. She’s going to be participating in all of them just like you did in the not-too-distant future. It sounds to me like she’s ok to witness, not necessarily participate, but not hide from it either. Her friends already have put her in a box by not inviting her. (This is the sad part for me, being defined a certain way and excluded.) Let her go some, she knows what is right and wrong.