10 rules to dating my teenage daughter
Not really, as far as I can tell—at least not to you.
:)) He won’t forget these years, and neither will I. It happens almost every day, and sometimes many times a day: Teenagers are always changing. Get them alone, in the car or wherever you can, and make it clear that you WANT to hear about their interests, and their lives. This may be my very favorite thing about these years. Believe in him with your heart, and tell him that you do. For those moms that work long hours or cannot be physically involved in your children’s lives, I encourage you to creatively find solutions for this.But even the most rigid, sulky teenage boy needs hugs from Mom. Create a “hug a day” rule or something that makes it routine and normal. Finally: If you’re like me, you’ll love parenting your teenage son. Share in comments anything you would like to add, or a question, experience, or suggestion for other moms too. Here’s a more recent post about When your teenager is pulling away from you.