As spring turns to summer, high school prom season is in full swing, and there are inevitably more parents hosting slumber parties and sending their kids to sleepovers. I was speaking last week at a book event for my book The Myth of the Perfect Girl , when one parent asked me what I thought about sleepovers. A lively discussion ensued. The topic of sleepovers and slumber parties seems to be one of those issues in parenting where most have an opinion, and no opinion is necessarily right or wrong. A few years ago, Chicago Tribune columnist Heidi Stevens wrote a Sleepover Survival Guide , and in her New York Times article "Ensuring Domestic Tranquility at Sleepovers" physician Perri Klass notes, "The sleepover, along with its cousin the slumber party, has apparently become an essential part of childhood, for boys as well as for girls.
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If this year's trend to host indoor dinner parties over going out is anything to go by, we guarantee will be the year of sleepovers instead of all-nighters or parties see you later, Fear of Missing Out, it's the era of staying in, otherwise known as the Joy of Missing Out. Besides, you can still sip on wine and enjoy yourself without the headache of catching a ride home. Just relax, laugh, and have fun.
By Lisa Murphy Jul 20, Overly excited or homesick kids, wet sleeping bags , nervous tummies and social conflicts can make for a rather, er, eye-opening experience. Sweep away the Cheezie dust and fatigue-blurred memories, however, and a more positive picture begins to emerge.