Senior boy and freshman girl dating
She didn't like that he was "knocking himself out" trying to get her attention, and she put him down, telling him he'll be cute when he grows up, because she thought he was immature.to call a high school freshman girl for a date, you must first get her number.Which to me is enough, but we still hug and act like we like each other, there's nothing to hide. If she doesn't know you, then that will be slightly awkward and weird.If she was already asked to prom then that would be kinda awkward telling you that And why would you take a senior girl to prom when you're a freshman and she doesn't know you?The age difference might not seem like much, but it definitely is. There are no laws against dating; there are only laws against sexual contact.Not only that, but doing anything other then just hanging out could be seen as being illegal. Do what you feel is right, I'm stuck in the same jam, I'm a freshman boy who is in love with a 7th grade girl. im also a a freshmen that love a 7th grade girl, im dating here but her mom told me 2 be friends only because im to old for her, sooo when shes around shes… Maybe your feelings are confused and you should ask yourself a series of questions. Moreover, the age of consent differs from state to state and country to country, so it is impossible to provide a definitive answer without knowing where you live. You may find that he is not at all what you thought and he is far less likely to do something "wrong" if he knows who you are, and what your expectations of him as a friend of your daughter.Just let her know that she's in charge of herself, but as her parent, you are in charge of feeling concern and making sure she's taken care of.
We are exactly alike, and I know he would never do anything to hurt me, because he cares about me way to much and would go beat up the person that ever tried to hurt my feelings.
I'm not so comfortable with the age difference between the two of them. Set aside some time one day to discuss it with her, but keep in mind: she's not in trouble; you are just concerned about what may happen.
I want to be able to chat about this with her, without her totally dismissing what I have to say. Maybe go out on a lunch date or picnic, something nice that says, "I love you, so let's talk and spend some time together." She may not understand at her age that even a couple years can be drastic for teens in terms of mental development, maturity, experience, and what they want to spend their time doing.
I think you should just wait 3 more years and then go to prom when your a SENIOR with a SENIOR girl Greg thought being in high school made him a man, but he was only a freshman.
He thought the senior girl was pretty and wanted to ask her for a date.