I let my DD, 16, go to her boyfriend's house for the first time, & talked to the Mom before hand to make sure we were on the same page. He's been here a few times. So, I say that over here, they stay downstairs in the common areas of the house & don't go in bedrooms or close doors. She agreed & said that their house is one floor and it's impossible to be alone there, she would be home all day as well as the little sister. So, when I came to pick her up, I saw that they were down the hall in his room, watching TV, door open. The Mom was in the LR & the little sister was bopping around-her room is opposite his. I have an uneasy feeling, even though I know they were probably just sitting & watching a movie, maybe holding hands & a smooch or 2, but I can't help feeling like I watch more closely when the 2 of them are here, & being in a boy's room, even in that situation isn't a great idea. (No TVs in BRs here) I trust her, tho.Answer Question
Answer by NannyB. at 10:05 AM on Jul. 8, 2010
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Answer by wahmoftwo at 6:43 PM on Jul. 8, 2010
I agree with doodle and some of the others.Our downstairs has several common rooms theirs may not.With the door open and little sis across the hall they were pretty safe.She is your daughter and if it concerns you keep them at your house.
Answer by drfink at 11:47 PM on Jul. 8, 2010
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