15 year old time home/bed

(9 Posts)
Needaglassofwinedotcom Tue 04-Aug-15 21:46:36

What is the norm?

targaryen Tue 04-Aug-15 21:48:33

We said 11pm at 15 but were definitely the minority and she stayed at friends all the time because they were all allowed out much later than she was. Now at 16 we have said she can come home when a house party finishes and she stays home much more.

justcallmethefixer Tue 04-Aug-15 21:51:17

I'm probably not the norm but my ds(15) has to be in by 12 weekends & hols and 10 during the week. He is usually in by 11 on hols and weekends thou.
No bed time, I'm often in bed before him.

Rivercam Tue 04-Aug-15 21:52:13

We generally say 9pm on a school night, and later during holidays etc. my 15 year old needs his sleep,so this is fine for him. His younger brother is often awake after him, and up in the morning first.

travertine Tue 04-Aug-15 21:58:05

Mine could do what they wanted as long as they told me where they were and what they were doing.

YeOldeTrout Tue 04-Aug-15 21:58:11

You have one that goes out? envy

WiFi goes off at 10pm so he's usually asleep soon after that.

CainInThePunting Tue 04-Aug-15 21:59:38

In at 8.30 on a school night and bedtime is 10.30. Weekends and holidays are more negotiable but bedtime is usually before 11.30 unless there is a good film or an event.
Even at weekends/holidays he has to be in by 9.30 because I don't want him on the streets after that time.

Groovee Tue 04-Aug-15 22:03:46

In the holidays I allowed her out til 10pm, but every time she is late home she gets 15 minutes chopped off. It's working, she was in early tonight. During the week, when school is the next morning and she isn't at senior section, then it's 9pm.

Needaglassofwinedotcom Tue 04-Aug-15 22:31:17

Quite a wide variety then. Old Trout I have one of those too - but they are less worrying!

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