Parents are happy for their youngsters to have a TV in their bedroom at 11 years old and trust them to surf the web unsupervised when they are 12.
A spokesperson for My Nametags, who commissioned the research, said: 'The survey just goes to show some of the many intricacies of being a parent.'Of course, every child is different and may be able to do things or take on certain responsibilities later or earlier than our results show.'However, it's fascinating to get some indication of when mums and dads will typically allow or expect their kids to do certain things.' Whats App and Snapchat accounts are permitted at 14, while MP3 players and tablets are allowed at 12 – and laptops are considered acceptable at 13.
After they meet and exchange conversation, he realizes what he has been missing at home and decides to pursue his happiness with her on the side.
And 13 is the point when parents trust their children to be in the house alone and also go out on their own.In a loveless marriage with small children, the kids become more of a silver lining and the focus of all the reasons to deal with the unhappiness of no sex and conversation that only revolves around household duties (“did you pay the light bill?”, “Johnny has band practice tomorrow, can you pick him up? Often the fear of what others will think will not let him do it, as the man does not want to become the “bad guy” in their eyes as the daddy who left in their early years.The research among parents with kids aged two to 18, also found 70 per cent believe privileges are granted too soon nowadays.The study also found mums and dads will let their kids watch 12 certificate movies alone at 12 years old, 15 certificate movies at 14 and 18 certificate movies aged 16.