Son dating teachers daughter.

(22 Posts)
suejame Tue 03-Jun-14 22:42:53

My son is now 15 and made friends with his teachers daughter on his first day of secondary school.
She is his first and may be his only girl friend in his life.
He is doing well at school and his teacher has said she would be perfectly happy to have him at some point as a son in law.
Why do people keep on saying he should try other girls?.
Even though the relationship started early I am happy as a mother. I know where he is likely to be if he is out.

Sue

whatchutalkinboutwillis Tue 03-Jun-14 22:45:40

why the fuck are you and her mother/his teacher so set on them being together for life/married?

PourquoiTuGachesTaVie Tue 03-Jun-14 22:51:27

I agree with the poster above... why on earth are you so concerned about whether they marry or not at this age?

frames Tue 03-Jun-14 22:59:44

It seems like the gf mum was paying a compliment by saying she would like him as SIL. Let them enjoy this, see what happens, be there for them. Its awful that people are saying he should 'try' other girls...like he should sow some oats...yuck.

NickiFury Tue 03-Jun-14 23:00:56

Sue. You're ridiculous. HTH.

MissWimpyDimple Tue 03-Jun-14 23:06:22

What is the relevance of the girl being his teachers daughter? Seems to have no point in this thread at all confused

Littlefish Tue 03-Jun-14 23:07:48

He's 15! Back off. He may well have tens of girlfriends or she may be his only girlfriend. You are being utterly ridiculous to be considering them getting married.

littlegreengloworm Tue 03-Jun-14 23:08:09

Er, he's 15 !

Rest of his life? Talk about pressure. Also agree with teachers daughter thing. It's all a bit Hyacinth Bucket

Meeeep Tue 03-Jun-14 23:09:15

He is 15 confused hmm

They may be together for life, he may be onto number 10 this time next year. Leave him to it.

Cardinal Tue 03-Jun-14 23:09:39

Bit harsh to think she'll be his only girlfriend!

How many people do you know who have only dated one person? I know noone.

whatchutalkinboutwillis Tue 03-Jun-14 23:10:10

I don't understand if they've been in a relationship since year 7 or have just been friends since then and recently started dating? Because if the latter then you need to slow down, and even with the first one its really weird for you to be thinking like this

TroyMcClure Tue 03-Jun-14 23:10:25

OP
knob off

Doinmummy Tue 03-Jun-14 23:12:25

Have you bought a hat yet Op?

LynetteScavo Tue 03-Jun-14 23:12:53

People are probably saying he should "try other girls" because you seem so set on him one day marrying his current girlfriend.

Which is a bit odd, considering he's 15. confused

She maybe his only girlfriend ever. She may be the first in a long line. Who knows?

VikingVolva Tue 03-Jun-14 23:15:27

I think his GF's mother sounds a bit of a fruit loop to be talking in terms of marriage at this stage.

Maryz Tue 03-Jun-14 23:18:54

This is a joke, right?

Doinmummy Tue 03-Jun-14 23:23:09

I hope so Maryz

AgaPanthers Tue 03-Jun-14 23:25:49

Are you old enough to be up at this time?

BrunoBrookesDinedAlone Tue 03-Jun-14 23:27:35

The Strange World Of Sue.

wafflyversatile Tue 03-Jun-14 23:28:04

Once they are 16 you and teach can whisk them up to Gretna Green and get them betrothed before they have time to object. Sorted.

AlpacaLypse Tue 03-Jun-14 23:29:45

greeneggsandjam Wed 11-Jun-14 22:35:13

I think Sue's son is having a great time on Mumsnet. Hello Son of Sue smile

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now