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Do you stay one step ahead of your kids?

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      Lazylola wrote Sep 9, 2010
    • That means you have to be knowledgeable of what teens are facing and going through. Keeping up on teen fads, fashions and trends will help...also the lingo, I know some parents that are still clueless to LOL, ROTFLMA, etc...




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Sep 10, 2010
    • estatic I dont know if its one step ahead or not but im very involved. I know her friends. We talk but I also tell her I will do random cks on her email,phone,ect. Shes no angel but shes close lol her friends come to my house and we are lucky for its not just her parents involved. Her olderbro by 11 yrs coached her schools football team and chaparoned the classes disneyland trip. Her aunt which is her fav. Chaparones dances and once amonth grandparents take her and 5 friends to dinner now they seat at two tables lol
      Im sure now as a freshman we will need to change things but we wil always be involved somehow. heart




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      Tuliplady wrote Sep 10, 2010
    • I wouldn’t say I stay ahead of them, but I do try to have a clue.  It’s much harder when my teenagers don’t live with me.




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      Lazylola wrote Sep 10, 2010
    • i still insist on talking to the other parents if my kids is going over to their friends houses, some parents don’t extend that courtesy or even worry about where their kids are going




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      Linda L wrote Sep 10, 2010
    • When I ask my daughter what is she giggling about when chatting to friends on the computer, she just tells me “you wouldn’t understand, you‘re not a teen.”  I had to ask her about some of the lingo used on this site. estatic




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