Boy-Girl Birthday Party Advice for Parents

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August 27, 2007

My son says he would like to have a boy-girl party this year. I'm wondering if he's old enough. He's 13 going on 14. And I think he wants to have a mature party. With intimate games (7 minutes in heaven). I am a little uneasy if that is what he is going for. So please give me your opinions.

LeAnn from Tulsa, Oklahoma


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As long as the party is supervised, things won't get intimate. Just make sure you supervise and it seems to me it should be ok.

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He's too young for that sort of party. But, since he's open enough with you to ask, I'd be delicate when turning him down.


I might say that in a few years you'd support those kinds of games but for now it's not appropriate.

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