supervised at your home just the 2 of them...or at home with a group, bowling or movies or the mall...just the 2 of them or with a group... and would you stay there?? How much time would you allow? How many times a month? Daytime only or after dark, too? My other questions might give you a clue that we don't approve of our daughter dating (after we let her, supervised, and realized how impressionable she really is...smart in school, though), but are giving thought to allowing it w/new rules so as not to make the BF (we don't approve of...manipulative, sarcastic, moody, and needy) taboo and that much more attractive to her, w/hopes she comes around and dumps him. Could this work? Thoughts on some new boundaries? I should add...none of her 3 best friends date, though...
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