Well honey, if she has a "boyfriend ", you DID "allow that". The only way he is NOT a "boyfriend", is if she is NEVER ALLOWED to spend any time with him, except at school, or at CAREFULLY supervised group activities. Which is what we did with our daughters, and boys.
Mine's 21 and I *still* don't really allow her to date. I guess I'm kind of lucky that she's too scared to step out and meet people. She just stays at home talking to her friends and playing games online.
My 13 year old has a "boyfriend" which means he's the boy who walks her to the bus in the afternoon. To actually date, they have to have their drivers license because I want them driving on the date.
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