365 Snap Shots of Life: Day 97


CAREFUL! Young eyes are watching. We must be so careful with the young souls of our children. I am deeply grieved lately at how kids are losing their innocence at younger ages these days. No matter how hard we try to protect them, and I emphasize protect and NOT overly shelter, there is a difference; they still get exposed to age inappropriate things before their time. My youngest girl asked me the other day to tell her what a certain sexual reference meant. I let her see the shock in my face because I remember her older siblings hadn’t heard of that at her age. So she told me that she had over heard one of her older sister’s friends telling them about her sexual escapaes with her boyfriend. I was very upset.  So I had my daughter call her friend and tell her to please refrain from sharing her stories with her when she comes over; my daughter admitted to me that frankly, she was tired of hearing about it too. Folks, our kids will grow up it’s a fact of life. But when my 11 year old tells me she didn’t want to know about certain things yet, well I had to act.

Our children are being bombarded daily with adult material that is too much for their young brains and tender souls to deal with. I thank God I’m able to home school mine so  I can keep the onslaught at bay, at least for a little longer than the kids that have to face it everyday in regular school. I wonder what the people of a few generations back would think of all of this that kids have to deal with everyday?

6 thoughts on “365 Snap Shots of Life: Day 97

    1. Thank you this post was a sort of rant because quite frankly I have had enough of it and I’m glad to know I’m not alone in this! I think not enough parents are talking about it and the conversation needs to be started in order for things to get done. Have a lovely day!


  1. Oh my goodness! You should hear some of the children at my middle school! It’s absolutely inappropriate, disgusting, and irritating to hear all of this vile stuff that some kids will say!


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