You can't be there physically for her all the time, but if you can start the discussion yourself, you'll be the voice that comes to mind when she needs to recall all you've taught her. Who knows what will happen to these couples? Maybe for a few days before approaching yourself. Anyway, next year he is going to a local college, so he will still be around. The age difference is to much they really have nothing in common there relationship will end on its own but you have to make is seem like its her choice not yours. I would actually consider it an extra hazard, since the religious pressure from family and peers to remain pure can make it easier to mentally justify lying.
Enjoy every second of it because any day could be your last with her. This is really not rocket science. That tends to happen a lot because once you get out of high school, you want to move on and start your adult life and that's really not possible when you are dating a 14 year old. Make her smile daily, but don't make her feel as though she is better than you otherwise. Your kids are going to do naughty things no matter what though. That will give her the opportunity to miss you.
Say her parents dont like you for some reason and accuses you of having sexual relations with their daughter. Other teenagers see growing evidence of this dating trend in their own schools. I thought about my girlfriend's June birthday and that was even too soon. If you have any questions, please ask and I can provide more information if needed. When I told my friends, they all laughed and said not to go for it since it's creepy. Most likely they will meet other interests in the long term but who knows.
I would suggest smiling and waving at him first, and see if he will make a move. Leave it for now, until you're both of legal age. It's always seniors and juniors. She will be old enough to date next year, but the age difference seems to be to big to me. Their will be peer pressure on both sides so she doesn't need the stress of her parents not liking him to add on to it.
I have seen her at youth group once and she seemed really excited to see me and I introduced her to my sister who is also in 9th grade so I wanted my sister and her to be friends , but my sister wasn't into it-talking to her. The point is he has yet to talk to her and he regrets every time he sees her and does not talk to her so the best thing to do would just say hi go up and talk to him it can't hurt and the worst thing that could happen is you not talking to him and regretting it later I dated a sophomore when I was a senior and we were together for two years. I am glad my parents didn't try to keep us apart. In a nutshell continuing to let her know that you trust her and her decisions is vital. We stayed together for about two and a half years, so from the time I was about 15 and a half to almost 18.
I dated a guy in my senior year who was a freshman in college; we had a great time 'dating' in the vacations although I'm sure he was off seeing other girls whilst at college as I was off seeing other guys back home ; we just hung out and stuff. I know how I was with my future husband so if my daughter and the boyfriend were like us I would be ok with it. Even if you don't like him it is your duty as a mother to give him a chance because your daughter likes him. As a freshman in Highschool, I did the same thing. I did way more than I should have because I was dating a college guy.
I've even offered to take the family out to dinner and go to church with them every time they go and to take her brother out on the dates with us but they still won't let me date her. Eventually we broke up, stayed friends, I went to his wedding a few years later. It all depends on the kids involved. He was still growing up apparently. If what you're really worried about is sex, just remember that your daughter can have sex with someone her own age and in her own high school.
I ended up marrying the guy, and we are happy as clams. I hate to be so pessimistic about it, but you're playing awfully close to a very hot fire. I had a boyfriend in high school who I started dating the weekend after my freshman year of high school ended. I started dating my boyfriend when I was 16 and he was 19. I was foolish and I fell into the trap of thinking this was the woman I would spend my life with, grow with, etc. Show her that you trust that she will make good decisions on her own.
I think I prefer dating a senior to someone my own age. If you're just looking for a fling, go for it. Yes there is a reason I'm posting this thread. I like to think I would respect any girl as much as her, but I do look up to her for being older. I dunno about you guys, but i was under the distinct impression that freshmen girls typically don't date other freshmen, and rarely sophomores. Telling my mom I was somewhere else.
I wrote this question two months ago. If he's made a point to get to know you, it means he obviously respects you. I mean I have a brother in his sophomore year, and its weird to think about going after someone who is my brother's age. I don't mind helping her out as a friend, but I'm not sure if I should go for it. My family didn't seem comfortable at first then they met him.