9th grader dating 8th grader
I get to hear (oh joy) about the girls and boys in attendance, the "flirting", the exchanges of Instagram addresses and who is dating whom.
"God please take me now", is my prayer but I listen, bite my tongue and offer casual authoritarian commentary: "I hope there wasn't a lot of cursing. " Over a glass of wine, a girlfriend and I chatted about our "firsts".
Fun, but kind of a tame night compared to our usual weekends where I grew up.
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Still, if my daughter, as a 7th grader, asked this of me last year, the answer would have been, "No. " As a single parent, with no co-parenting assistance, all the decisions are mine. Therefore, as she grows up and continues to blossom, I will cherish the evenings when she curls up in my bed, laughs like a silly little girl and we say our prayers together.
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