She has been left alone before. You don't know the situation entirely or the issues we have had in the past. But that's cool whatever floats your boat. I guess you came on this thread with the sole intention of ridiculing me and not really offering advice in a way that is helpful. I can't listen to anyone with a *****y attitude, sorry.
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23-11-2013 17:47 #21Senior Member
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23-11-2013 17:53 #23
And if you actually take on board the vast majority of views on this thread, you'll realise that, for most people, your "responsible parenting" is way OTT for a 15 year old.
Not allowing her to be unsupervised because you assume she will do something wrong is many things, but responsible parenting is not one of them.
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23-11-2013 17:55 #25
I moved out of home, was working and paying my own rent/bills etc at 16...so three 15 year olds at home alone wouldn't be a huge deal for me.
..but I guess the fact that another mother has been dishonest with you is something worth getting a little miffed about.
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23-11-2013 18:03 #28
Oh sorry I forgot you can't have a valid opinion unless you have kids that exact age.
Whatever. I stand by what I said but admit my tone was grumpier than necessary so I apologise for that. Bad day.
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23-11-2013 18:05 #29Senior Member
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Based on my own experiences as a 15yo I wouldn't be concerned about three 15yos being left alone. However, a parent lying to be would bother me.
OP you know your daughter an her friends so you are in the best place to decide what to do.
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23-11-2013 18:06 #30
If I was unsupervised at 15 and had access to to a liquor cabinet I would of been all over it!!! Unfortunately my parents and my friends parents hid the damn things.....
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