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*KatteyBug* Due November 18 (boy); 1 child; Madison, AL, United States 2165 posts
8th Feb '13
Quoting MommyToWesley:" We're doing those same things. That was how I was raised, though, so no arguments from my parents. I ... [snip!] ... start driving. As for the dating, that definitely won't be happening until high school (unless they want to be chaperoned :D)"


Lol yeah it's not how my husband was raised at all, but he definitely agrees, especially the dating part lol At first he wanted to let her do what she wanted, but now he's already against it. Now the cell phones and all that jazz, I never had a tv in my room or cell phone till I drove. He's had a tv and phone since before he can remember and he just sees it as an unnecessary pleasure Lol not a right. His grandma seems to be the only one who has a real issue with it,

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 638 posts
8th Feb '13
Quoting *KatteyBug*:" Lol yeah it's not how my husband was raised at all, but he definitely agrees, especially the dating ... [snip!] ... he just sees it as an unnecessary pleasure Lol not a right. His grandma seems to be the only one who has a real issue with it,"


talking about this subject, i can't stand seeing a like 7 year old child with like one of those notebook things! smh, i saw one a few days ago. now as for the tv i want it to be limited, but i do think their are so educational shows like yo gabba gabba and dora, it teaches them spanish and stuff, my 2 year old niece is SO smart learning from that kind of stuff! she can already count to 20. but like i said, some parents let their kids sit there and watch it all day long, i think it should be limited(: