Pritable teen dating contract
My parents respect that I am becoming a young adult and want the privilege of having the use of a cell phone.
With that in mind, I agree that: Please feel free to use the above, but it's bad ju ju if you don't give credit where credit is due.
While some teens can handle group dates at the age of 14, others aren’t quite mature enough to handle dating until they’re older.
Here are some things to consider when creating rules for your teen: If your teen's date pulls up and honks the horn from the driveway instead of coming in to meet you, make it clear that your teen isn't going on a date.
Know Who, What, Where, And When Make sure you have a clear itinerary for your teen’s date.
For younger teens, inviting a romantic interest to the house may be the extent of dating that is necessary.
Create clear guidelines about internet dating as well.I was writing about preschool selection, like, yesterday. Describing his reaction as “ecstatic” was an understatement. In order to bring him back to Earth, we had to explain him about the privilege he was given. My husband is in charge of monitoring his cell phone use, managing security, privacy and parental control. He is in charge of monitoring his own usage, which I think he does a pretty good job at. He might need a reminder to get off of a game once in a while, but usually, he is within reasonable boundaries. Things change, kids get independent, cell phone upgrade time comes up.So, with that in mind, we decided to let I am not one that likes to reinvent the wheel, and really, the internet has nearly everything, so I assumed I could find a perfectly written, well fitting teenage cell phone contract out there somewhere in the great world wide web.So, my husband and I sat down together, spent several hours brainstorming, writing and rewriting, then reviewing the details with our son, then did some more rewriting, and came up with the following cell phone contract.