I have a son who is 14 and in the 8th grade and a daughter that is 12 and in the 7th grade. They are practically twins and are very close, both very involved in athletics and organizations and in all honors (Pre AP and AP classes). They are good kids, really fun to be around. They have alot of friends, the majority of whom are all friends with each other. They all go to the beach, movies, bowling and to parties together. Recently, well, we will just say that 'eyebrows have been raised' about them each having a friend stay over at the same time. Nothing has ever happened to cause an issue, but even my husband is jumping on the bandwagon with this one saying no more sleepovers....what gives?? I trust my kids. Am I being too naive about this?
That is so funny, it brings back old memories. My girl friend had a brother one yr older we used to sleep out with her brother & his friends. Nothing ever happened or even close to happening. We were just friends, not drinking , no drugs, just a lot of stories, funny jokes. I will say that her dad showed up at different times & we never new when. I now bad things go on with teens, but on the other hand, sit down with your kids mom & dad & talk. Don't listen to other people, you are the ones that now your kids. If you feel uncomfortable then put a stop to it.
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I see nothing wrong with your son and your daughter both having friends sleep over at the same time. However, they should not sleep in the same room and parents should be aware. It might be a good idea to have your son and daughter to have friends sleep over on different days. This way there will be no problems.
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