sending an email asking some chick if she wanted to have SEX! Completely shocked! We can't tell who the person is because it's on the playstation network. We didn't want to ground him but more so teach him why it is not ok. Of course he lied about it, but come on it's clear as day he did it. Throughout the night, we got him to admit it. What would you do? Is this normal? I know they started teaching kids in 4th grade about sex. He's really interested in puberty, asking if his voice sounds different and can I see any hair under his arm. I am just beside myself, he seems so young.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:16 AM on Mar. 6, 2009 in Tweens (9-12)
Answer by admckenzie at 4:24 PM on Mar. 6, 2009
Answer by jodi205 at 8:25 AM on Mar. 6, 2009
That's pretty young, but really tho, nothing surprises me these days. My SIL has found similar stuff with both of her kids 4th and 6th graders. It's a scary world out there. I'd take away the playstatoin....and when he gets it back, it needs to be in a family room (if its not already), and no more playstation network. Also, he needs to learn the consequences of sex...whether protected or unprotected....it can be a serious matter. You can have safe sex and still get someone pregnant or STD's. Get him one of those baby dolls that they use in high school sex ed or parenting classes. I'm sure you can call your local health dept...and find out where to get one or if you can rent one from them. If you haven't seen these dolls, they cry, they need to be fed, changed and held. Make him keep it for a whole weekend...see how much he likes the consequences of sex. Good luck.
Answer by momjoy1027 at 8:28 AM on Mar. 6, 2009
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