Ten rule for dating my daughter
We don't need the short skirt AND the belly bearing top.
On Thursday, she uploaded an Instagram photo of herself reuniting with the original cast of the ABC programme 8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter - except, of course, for the late John Ritter.
If you are truly feeling that way, we want to help you, but please don't use it as a way to get attention or to see how quickly he can drive over to your house. I realize that you have cell phones, but he is entitled to some peace and quiet while he's at marching band practice. I have no daughters, so I find it really refreshing and fun to talk to girls on occasion. on weekends until he is 17, and after that you can have him until midnight. You know, go shopping, have lunch, and even maybe go with her to pick out a wedding dress. Type your email address in the box and click the "create subscription" button.
The 14 missed calls and 12 texts that show up on his phone make you look like a psycho. Ask me how school is going, or how things are with the family. My son has many plans for his future that depend on his grades. If he hasn't called or texted me, and is more than 5 minutes late, you won't be seeing him for a few days. My list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.
An American sitcom starring John Ritter most popular before his untimely passing in 2003.
Ritter was also nominated posthumously in 2004, losing to Kelsey Grammar for Frasier.
The shows storylines were about a family patriarch named Paul Hennessy trying to stop his daughters from growing up too fast mainly in dating.
Retitled 8 Simple Rules after John Ritter's death.
I don't like psychos, and he won't either by the time I am done with him. A couple of my son's "friends that are girls" (Melissa & Rachel...thank you) have even sent me texts in the past, and I LOVE THAT! Therefore, school always comes before dates, phone conversations and even texting. We love including the girlfriends in our family functions, but we can't always do that. I have raised my son to be a gentleman, and therefore, have prepared him to date a lady. I take this rule seriously, mostly because I wait up for him and I'm ready to turn into a pumpkin when the clock strikes midnight.
There will be no trysts during the school week or after 5 p.m. By the way, National Potato Day and similar culture specific celebrations do not count as special occasions. Therefore, if my son is enjoying spending the day with his brothers, we may not invite you. Oh, and when this happens, please refer to rule #2. Please refrain from using foul language, and dressing like you have a future in the sex industry.
Do you have any new rules for your kids now that dating has gone digital?