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Download my convenient Permission Slip for teenagers
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I have two teenaged boys who suddenly went from PS4 to going out with friends.
Having grown up with really strict parents, I suddenly understand why they gave me such a hard time to go out. But I also understand it from the teen’s point of view.
My boys don’t go out that much, but I find myself an amateur in parenting teens and I forget to get all the important details.
That’s why I decided to create a permission slip just to make sure I cover most of the bases I need to feel more at ease.
So please feel free to download the form and let me know if it works for you.
Good luck to all parents of teens. God bless us all!!

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  • Bella

    My mom’s friend naman, when her son became a teen, she has a logbook of all his friends who come over to their house. It asks for the name, home address, and mobile numbers of the kid and parent/s. It’s pretty hilarious but it spared her from a lot of headaches tracking down her son, or her son’s friends when other parents are looking for them.

    My brother and I are lucky our parents never did that to us. Although they were active in our school’s PTA so they know the other parents pretty well and the parents usually drop off and fetch us kids in each other’s houses and/or drive us around the city (or have a family driver do that). And we also spent a lot of time in each other’s houses so the parents know the kids pretty well.

    My parents used to tell us the reason why they weren’t strict with us was because they trust us and know that they raised us well. They also always say that it helps to get to know your kids’ friends, even if that means spending time driving them and their friends around or attending their acad and non-acad activities, even if it means giving up their own leisure time.

    As to that form, I think those are pretty standard info that parents should know whenever kids are asking for permission. I just don’t know how you handle unplanned stuff, like they were at a friend’s house and suddenly decided to go out, or when they suddenly decided to celebrate after exams. My parents were also pretty lenient about stuff like that. We didn’t really need to ask for permission per se, we just had to let them know about our whereabouts, e.g. we had to be fetched from the mall and not from school haha. 🙂

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  • Hein S

    Why do you need to ask number of friend and parent?

    Your kids have a mobile phone you can call direct.

    Just trust your kids and tell them to enjoy themselves.

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    CVS Reply:

    cause sometimes my kids are unreachable

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    Hein S Reply:

    These are the kinds of parental paranoia kids hate.

    FYI.

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    CVS Reply:

    I think you should shut up.

  • arlyn

    kyut! might as well include the “what” in the slip para todo na

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