We have not allowed difficult child to make her own Facebook page for a number of reasons, the main one is that she has no clue how to conduct herself appropriately in social media (she's had her phone taken away for texting issues MANY times). We feel like FB and internet access are privileges, ones that she has yet to earn. She has been caught multiple times in violation of house internet rules, to the point that she wasn't allowed to so much as TOUCH the computer for a while. She is out of state with her grandparents right now. I just saw a few minutes ago that she has created a FB page for herself over an hour ago, and has already friended her biomom (NOT a good idea!). I asked husband if his mom had mentioned anything to him about it, and he said no. Then a few minutes ago he texted me to say that difficult child had just texted him to ask if she could make a FB page and that grandma could monitor it. HUH???? Um, she already MADE the page! Apparently without any permission whatsoever - I'd like to think that my mother in law would talk to us before giving difficult child permission to do this, especially considering that she was one of the people most against difficult child having a FB page to begin with. This child just thinks she should be able to do whatever the hell she wants, and it DRIVES ME NUTS. Asking permission after the fact??? I don't THINK so!