My 14 year old daughter is having sex with her 15 year old boyfriend of 6 months. Any advice would be welcome. Just a heads up — if they are relying solely on condoms for protection, I urge you to take your daughter to your family GP for a frank discussion about starting her on a LARC long acting reversible contraceptive.
Skip to content. My son is 16, and met a He's been going to see her at her home the last month or so, and told us he met both her parents and her grand parents. The girl seemed nice, respectful, ran up to meet me and helped me carry groceries. I was somewhat uncomfortable about her sitting in my son's lap the whole time after that, and then they ran off to his room downstairs. We kept coming by, and my younger daughter kept bothering them, but they still managed to have sex, at least that's what my son told me.
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When do you know when your kid is old enough to have sex and wants to have someone sleep over at your house? This question is perplexing many of my friends at the moment, the ones with teens around 15, 16, As with most parenting dilemmas, I had to figure this one out on my own a few years earlier than my friends because their kids are mostly younger than my eldest. My son had his first serious girlfriend at age 16 and she was a year older than him. It was a lovely relationship and lasted almost a year. The first time he asked if she could stay over, they had already been together a few months.
I recently discovered that my year-old is having… gulp… sex. Now we have to provide a doctor visit and contraception, with instruction on practicing safe sex condom included. I feel like we are condoning her sexual activity. We want a safe girl, a responsible girl, and a not-pregnant girl. Sometimes I really hate being a grown-up. Related story Buying your daughter a vibrator: What the parenting books don't tell you.