Movie ratings, junk food, beverages, and where our dogs sleep, were things they wished to control. But when something suddenly goes wrong, will a child still be on guard enough to reclaim the authority not to obey or not be polite to the host family? They are still friends, and I hope my daughter will use what she learned from dealing with this friend smoking to deal with friends drinking alcohol or doing drugs when she gets older. They absolutely need to know how to protect their boundaries. Even though I was never molested or abused at a sleepover, I experienced my fair share of exposure to things and unedifying behavior that I would like to protect our girls from. Bad things are going to happen to my children. It seems to really be an issue with choosing your friends poorly, not sleepovers.
Hi, mummy to 3 little girls.
You’d Let Your Kids Go on a SLEEPOVER?! Isn’t That Like a Death Wish?
Jay BaruchelAlice EveT. Yes make sure they are old enough, yes make sure the parents are safe law abiding folks, those are all duh things. You may claim to be free range, and may be when it comes to yourself, but you definitely have major trust issues. Thank you for your honestly, your bravery of posting this, you have inspired me today! We have taken children overnight from people like-minded. That photo was taken by a female student during a sleepover at a girlfriend's home.