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3 teenage girls anyone?

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BibiThree Sat 20-Sep-08 21:31:28

Now I know I may be worryng about this prematurely as my dds are 3, 1 and 1, but oh my - what is it going to be like when they're all teenagers at the same time?

FAQ Sat 20-Sep-08 21:33:29

in reponse to the title

"no thanks" grin

I@m just hoping I kick DS1 out of the door when he's 18 off to University or something - otherwise I'll have 3 teenage boys in the house - 19,16 and 13 - urghh all stages of teenagedome all at the same time.

WendyWeber Sat 20-Sep-08 21:35:03

They won't all be awful at the same time - hope that's a comforting thought wink

misdee Sat 20-Sep-08 21:35:21

i will have 4 teenage girls at once.

dd1 will be 19, dd2 will be 17, dd3 will be 15 and dd4 will be 11. i know dd4 wont offically be a teenager, but am still dreading it.

am thinking i may just move out and leave them to it lol,.

eandh Sat 20-Sep-08 21:35:42

God I'm dreading the 2 of mine being teenagers, plus the fact the street I live in has a total of 6 girls all born around the same time I hav visions of clothes, make up and hair straightners flying from house to house wink

Bibi - just had a look at your pics they are beautiful girls!

BibiThree Sat 20-Sep-08 21:36:26

but the dts will be surely? dh is worried about the boys that will be calling, i'm worried about the moods and the door slamming
they're not all like that are they?

WendyWeber Sat 20-Sep-08 21:37:14

It'll be reight, misdee. dd1 will test out all the boundaries for the others (actually from what I've heard of dd2 she might be an accomplice wink) and then when the other 2 come along you'll be horizontal about them.

BibiThree Sat 20-Sep-08 21:38:10

thank you eandh smile

WendyWeber Sat 20-Sep-08 21:39:15

I haven't got 3 girls - or twins come to that - but have had 3 teenagers & honestly, only 1 was ever horrible at once & the others would sympathise with me about it until it was their turn grin

misdee Sat 20-Sep-08 21:39:40

actually i think dd3 might be the one to worry about WW. she is a monkey of the highest order.

eandh Sat 20-Sep-08 21:39:57

its the thought there is a possibility 3 of 4 weeks that one of us may have PMT thats worrying dh!

ChacunaSonGout Sat 20-Sep-08 21:42:16

agree WW and i am only at one end of it mine are 16,almost 14 almost 12

i feel in the thick of it!

random Sat 20-Sep-08 21:42:54

I have survived 2 teenage girls both now in their twenties and lovely have a teenage ds it ain't all bad ..some bad times but some fantastic times too smile

WendyWeber Sat 20-Sep-08 21:44:55

Well yes, DD3 does always sound like a pickle grin But your standards & expectations will change as they all get older & you may well find that she will be easier to cope with as a teenager than the older 2 - that has happened with mine (although the younger 2 are boys, that may make a difference I spose)

WendyWeber Sat 20-Sep-08 21:46:17

That was to misdee btw

Chacun, you are in the thick of it! grin (Sounds as if you are coping fine though)

KateF Sat 20-Sep-08 21:46:58

OMG I have just worked out that when dd3 becomes a teenager dd2 will be 16 and dd1 17. That's three years of them all being teenagers! Mind you I think dd1, at nearly 9, is one already. Today she told me that her strops and tantrums are all the fault of herr "horrormoans" grin

mumeeee Sat 20-Sep-08 22:11:36

I have 3 girls aged 21, 18 and 16. The 21 year old is now a mature young lady.

chipmonkey Sat 20-Sep-08 22:23:35

The only comfort that I have in having 4 boys ( and do be gentle with me, it is my only comfort!grin) is that I won't have a gaggle of teenage girls at any time. Will have teenage boys who apparently just veg under a duvet and I think I can handle that!

ChacunaSonGout Sat 20-Sep-08 22:31:52

Wendy i am going to see your creator at the literature festival

WendyWeber Sat 20-Sep-08 22:32:54


I heart Posy smile give her my love

WendyWeber Sat 20-Sep-08 22:36:37

chipmonkey, boys are actually very nice on the whole. One of mine is so chatty he's almost as good as a girl & they are both huggy as well, although DS2 (15) went through a stage of recoiling & still won't touch in public grin

ChacunaSonGout Sat 20-Sep-08 22:37:28

when i went to buy the ticket there was 1 left so i shall go alone...dp probably delighted

I am a little excited!

ChacunaSonGout Sat 20-Sep-08 22:38:24

ds's are easier ime chipmonkey so fear not

LollipopViolet Sun 21-Sep-08 14:14:09

We're not all terrors, honest! I may be sarcastic at times but generally I get on with my mum. I don't slam doors either.

AuntEm Mon 22-Sep-08 22:02:20

grin at horrormoans. I think I have these too.

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