Wednesday, June 21, 2006

College Boys

A year ago Barbie was always at home. Always available to help, babysit, clean-up, etc...and then around the time of the prom she started to branch out a little bit. Going out on dates (realized boys with cars is more fun than being dropped off by mom), curfews, and checking insurance and driving records has now become the norm at our house.

I should also tell you that Barbie has a boyfriend of (off and on) like five years, but this fact isn't crimping her style. As a matter of fact, now that Boyfriend has his drivers license, she may gravitate back to him.

But last night, somehow in the confusion of her leaving, my husband and I didn't realize that Barbie was leaving the house with a college Junior to watch the basketball game. Man-o-mine had a coronary when he found out (after she left).

Now, Barbie has explained how every boy relationship she has, with the exception of Boyfriend is completely platonic, which is fine. But I do wonder if all these boys/men have the same intentions?

After all a junior in college probably has different date expectations than a junior in highschool.

And even though Barbie is 17 she is still my little girl. I'm not ready for her to grow up and outward bound.

15 Comments:

Blogger Rave said...

You know my stand on this issue....even tho Barbie's b/f is my son....
if you have a b/f (or g/f) then you should not go out with other guys/gals...even if you think the 'relationship' is 'platonic.'

First off, it never is.
Second off, why would you want to go out with someone who is NOT your significant other ?(exception is same-sex best friend).
Thirdly, why put yourself in that type of position?
Fourth, WHY would you do it? What's the psychological reasons for doing it?

To my way of thinking, you are either IN a relationship, or you're NOT.

"Do or Do Not. There is no Try."
Yoda

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Anonymous Morrigan said...

A Junior in college has intentions for sure. If he doesn't get what he wants then he'll move on. I find it to be a great way to weed out the losers. I wish I had figured that out when I was 20.

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