I have a son who just graduated from high school. I have always paid his cell phone bill, all of his gas and any expenses he had or wanted within reason.
He does work now and he is going to college this fall.
My question is when do I stop paying for his cell phone and other bills?
I made an agreement with him if he would cut grass I would continue paying his cell phone bill. Well, my grass is knee high and I cannot stand it and I have mentioned to him 2 times this week. He also has a fishing boat and has time to fish but no chores?? I am getting worried!!!
Answer by Emuu at 2:24 PM on Jun. 23, 2009
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Answer by looovemybabies at 2:27 PM on Jun. 23, 2009
My kid don't get paid for chores they get rewarded with other things! We do give them money from time to time. I feel that they live here to and they should do chores and help clean up their messes due to that is teaching them responsibility. I have a son who will be able to drive in September and we told him that we would help get him his first car but he has to get a job to pay for the insurance and for his own gas even when he is in school he could work part time due to he needs to learn responsibility. If your son has graduated I would sit him down and tell him that he needs to pay for his own gas and phone bill! He is an adult now and needs to learn responsibility. He has no other bills to pay not rent, utilities, home insurance, food, ect! He needs to learn responsibility!!
Answer by Anonymous at 2:33 PM on Jun. 23, 2009
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