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Those Teenage Years!


Those Teenage Years!

I love OPBs (Other People's Babies)..I really do! But sometimes it's nice to connect with women, like me, who have gone through the younger years and are now dealing with those monsters called Teenagers!!

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Attitude with Teens

Started by Allie Rambles May 8, 2012. 0 Replies

Ok, is it just me or is attitude or the perception of attitude built into teens as soon as they are 13?My son is 13.  Everything is eye rolling, sighs and slouching even if I want to talk to him. …Continue

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Comment by Vickie Cook on August 19, 2010 at 11:01am
Hi everyone. I am new here and am glad there is finally a place for the parents of teenagers. We went through a few tough times with our oldest now 20 (Still going through them). Our youngest is 16 and so far has not given us any trouble or reasons to worry (besides driving).
Comment by Tiia Jones on June 15, 2010 at 2:29pm
Oh...don't tell me it gets worse. I was hoping it would get better when she got 16. No? I may send her to a convent! Anyway, maybe we could do a wall post of a weekly question where people could share their responses? Just a thought...
Comment by Tiia Jones on June 15, 2010 at 3:40am
All right this is exciting! Thanks for starting this! How old are your teens? My daughter is 13 so still pretty young but I've about had it with the eye rolling and huffing. If I never hear another "huff," it will be too soon. She still has four more days of school, so I'll be really glad when that's over. Enjoy the rest of your week. Take care.

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