Rules about dating my teenage daughter
Then you throw in my Italian Catholic father who raised me with good Italian values… I guess that stuff works because I didn’t do a lot of bad things because I was afraid not of the wrath of God, but my Italian father. Now that I’m the parent of two daughters it occurs to me that some of that nonsense my mother was spouting might actually make some sense. I’ll be out in my front yard building a moat and a tower to “protect” my daughters. A Southern mother raising a Yankee daughter in Michigan was difficult because there were certain rules that I expected boys to follow and Kerri was very quick to point out that things were different than when I was her age.Since I didn’t buy that theory, I insisted that she, and any boys she dated, follow my rules.if you are raising a teen boy, Amy has a list of 5 things Teen Boys want from Moms A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog, Tidy Mom.net, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. When you get to know our daughter, you’ll get to know us too. So be sure you’re comfortable with me seeing what you’re sending.
lol If you’d like a copy of the Rules for Living with a Teenage Daughter for your fridge, I’ve made a printable version you can download and print to frame or hang on your fridge.But when we did get phones, it was strictly forbidden to call a boy because Emily Post said it was bad manners and we adhered to Southern etiquette. A girl can never go out with a boy before he has met her parents.We definitely wanted to see and talk to anyone that Kerri was thinking of dating.This isn’t at all the new modern type of teenage dating where they hang out in groups and go through levels of “talking.” What’s taking place is a good old fashioned courting process.The young man’s mother did a very good job teaching manners and etiquette to her son.