Okay. So. I have slept over at his house 2 times already. Supervised of course. The first time was because of an emergency. I don't need to go into details, but whatever. The second time was on my birthday and she considers it an emergency when it really wasn't. His mom doesn't trust us even though we've never done anything to make her not. Anyway, how can we convince her to let him stay the night at my house? She knows we would be supervised and everything but idk
That's how my mom was too, and now she doesn't care. I think its just because of how he is though. And I feel the need because I've fallen asleep with him before, and since then I haven't been able to sleep properly and also I've been having nightmares. Plus, falling asleep with him is just comforting(: I would suppose its the same as being with your significant other? Its just nice(:
as a mother myself, there is no way that my girls could have a boy stay over night nor could they stay the night at a boys house, no matter how much convincing they tried to do
why is that you guys feel the need to stay at each others house, just wondering cause if you were mine, that would never happen, well with me knowing about it anyway. Sorry I wasn't of any help
Ohhhhh. Thank you for explaining(: And I'm not quite sure what is so wrong with sleeping together or living together:/ I mean..what if you don't get married until you're 80? I guess that's why younger and older generations don't get along all the time. *sigh*
It depends how old are y'all? Most older people are old fashion. Don't believe that couples shouldn't be shacking up before marriage. You might not be able to change her mind. You might have to just wait.
Welcome, and I see nothing wrong with it either, as long ad your adults, teenagers shouldn't be doing stuff like that, sorry that's just how I feel
Shacking up is living and or sleeping together in the same house without being married
I get where you're coming from. (: I really do. And don't be sorry, you're fine(:
We're 15, but we've both been told that we act older. And what's shacking up?
Happy you understand, I do hope the best for you and your bf :-)
Most welcome :-)