10 months ago
Last edited at 10:20AM on 5/2/2013
U don't. If your dad is like me. No ring no playing house. My advise is if u want to play house you two get your own place. Did I mention I have 3 girls. No way no way! You push your dad he may end up hating the boy for causing friction with his girl. He already doesn't like him cause he is boy who is interested in his little girl. I'm not being mean. I have a 16,9,6 year old daughters. Just giving a Dads point of view. If you are still living at home you have to except the rules. No matter how old you are.
Usually a father doesn't want to see his little girl with any guy. And we'll, why is he moving in?? In all case, you should be moving out with him.. If he wants to have a straight relationship and sow your father that he can take care of you and he is worthy of you, he should have his own place. A place where the both of y'all could be. It never looks correct for the guy to move in to the girls house. It's not right.. Good luck convincing your dad though. It never hurts to try.
You need to answer your dad's question about WHY your bf has "no place to go". And unless your bf recently lost his job and house/apartment due to the economy - there's not many good reasons for someone to have no place to live.
THAT is a toughy .. I don't think I would care for a bf of my own teen daughter living with us either .. but .. I would also would want to know the circumstance about why this kid 'has no place to go'.
Is it because he has no family .. or is it because he doesn't like his parents rules so he moved out .. was he kicked out of his family home because of something he did .. Do you see where I am going with this???
If in fact, this kid is a 'good' kid, and genuinely needs help .. I would do what I could to help him find a place to live, if I chose to not have him "live" in my own home. I wouldn't want to just turn my back on someone so desperately in need.