I mean unchaperoned and he pays for everything. So, many of the young girls in his class have been asking him and he told me he feels uncomfortable and trys to avoid them and uses me saying he is not allowed to date until he is driving, H elikes one girl from church, but her parents said she can't date till she is 16, so he is waiting. Smart, but are times so different than 20, 30, 40 years ago? I know girls mature faster, but do most parents see this as cute and harmless having their daughter ask boys out? Need some advice QUICK. One girl just bought him a $100 watch for his birthday and he said he did not know who it was from and then, I found out when the Mother asked me did he like it? He doesn't wear it, but the Mother of the girl said she had a crush on him since seventh grade. My son and her daughter are 15 now. PLEASE SHARE ADVICE!
Asked by Anonymous at 10:07 AM on Sep. 2, 2010 in Teens (13-17)
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First they have to be able to drive.The only exceptions have been things like the homecoming dance.So far only one has gotten up the courage to ask someone as a ninth grader.Each set of parents drove one way.
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