and how do you enforce it?
I used to sneak back out (via my window) after my parents were asleep. To this day they don't know I did that.
My children dont drive yet... so it makes things easier.
15 yr old - curfew varies based on what the plans are.... since a parent is driving there is no issue with broken curfews.
13 yr old - allowed to play out side with the fellas until 10:30... that is our towns teenage curfew. If he doenst come in by 10:30 he isnt allowed back out for a couple of weeks. He is a good kid and has never made that mistake.
As far as sneaking out... our kids are too afraid of the consequences to pull that with us. Besides... the house alarm tweets every time a door or window is opened.
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