Sophomore dating freshman girl
I agree with the other answers saying that forbidding her from doing anything won't get you very far, but I do understand your concern.
He can learn about your family and I think that creates a better open line of communication.
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This way, she won't be so afraid to come to you if the need arises.
It may not be fun to think about, but she may need some information that you don't want her to have as a parent, but she needs as a young adult.
My mom had issues with it at first with the whole age thing, but once she got to know him she was okay with it.
It took a little while, but now she views him as her second son and we plan on getting married after we both graduate college.