my son came home from school the other day and told me and his daddy that there is a girl in his class that he holds hands with on the playground. I think its cute but my husband keeps telling him hes too young for this and he doesnt need to do this. I know that my daughter (to this day) isnt big on touching anyone. she just doesnt do it and she doesnt like to be touched so when he told me this i really wasnt sure what my response should be (my son and this girl are in kindergarten) and i saw them a couple of days later together in line to leave the building and i still think its sweet, but i am wondering now after listening to my husband say its not normal, if hes right or not! so is this normal and wat should my reaction be?Answer Question
Asked by elananme at 6:31 PM on Sep. 16, 2009 inLevel 12 (881 Credits)
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Answer by peppermintmocha at 10:08 PM on Sep. 16, 2009
I discourage boy/girl friend relationships in children. Friendship is OK, but not a friendship with touching of any kind. Young children are not mature enough and our society is so over sexualized, that young kids are experimenting at earlier ages.
I have a 12 year old and this summer he met a 12 year old girl at vbs and they wanted to meet and play after vbs. i talked to the girs mom, and we agreed that boy/girl friend relationships are too young at even 12.
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