She NEVER Lets Her Kids Attend Sleepovers, And Her Reason Is Very….


Every parent likes to raise their kids in their own way. Some rules that fly for parenting people just don’t fly for others.

Many people like to make rules for their own kids and don’t really care if other people agree or disagree with it. But, with many parents now using social media and TikTok, some people clap back saying they “think it’s insane.”

Just like a Virginia mom Tara Huck shared on TikTok with her parenting rules.

In the video Tara shares three opinions to the song “Start a Riot.”

And while some people are discussing her “no limits on screen time” and “If they don’t eat what I make, they don’t eat,” it’s her first opinion that has the comments section in an uproar.

“I don’t allow sleepovers.”

The Virginia mom explained in her now-viral TikTok video that she doesn’t allow sleepovers due to safety concerns for her children, and the response was something she wasn’t expecting.

Captioning the video “This should be fun,” Tara clearly knew not everyone would agree with her no-sleepover stance—but she wasn’t prepared for the backlash. Here’s what angry parents are saying about Huck’s policy.

Her pinned comment on TikTok states: “Can’t trust what happens at someone else’s house. And then don’t do them at mine because that’s not fair.”

Folks online thought it was “weird” and a few commenters went so far as to say that Tara’s kids would either hate or resent her when they grew up due to her helicopter parenting. While she trolled many commenters right back, she attempted to rationally explain to others the reasoning behind her parenting decision.

“Unfortunately the world is a crazy place and I’d rather them not be vulnerable to other possible scenarios,” Tara replied to one comment. “I see kids as most vulnerable while they’re sleeping. Of course stuff can happen at any time, but while they’re sleeping is when I feel it can be a bit more dangerous,” she said to another user.

The false sense of security implied behind the “no sleepover” rule is one that could annoy or trigger many sexual assault survivors. Predators do not limit their assaults to nighttime and plenty can happen before Mom picks up her kids for the shower and bedtime routine that will happen at home.

In order to limit the potential of “anything happening” the only course of action would be to be fully present with your child at all times when they interact with anyone.

“Your kid can get molested whether or not they sleep over. Kids get molested at school, work, by their own friends,” one person pointed out. This is a fact that should be obvious to anyone. Yet, Tara shared that her kids do attend play dates, go to parties, and play sports.

Another user shared, “The only one that I don’t agree with is not allowing sleepovers…family is more likely to abuse your child than a stranger due to family having more access to “groom” a child into not telling.” According to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

“Teach your kid what’s appropriate and inappropriate. Get to know the family and people they want to have a sleepover with or just invite them to your house if you feel safer,” one user wrote.

Others knew firsthand about the potential dangers of sleepovers. “I don’t blame you with the sleepovers either. Bad things can happen … happened to me as a kid. You just never know.”

WATCH the video below:


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Sources: AWM, DailyMail

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