My kids both had Facebook accounts long before I did. I asked to see them from time to time making sure no pedophiles were their "friends" or they weren't doing anything that they weren't supposed to do. I did the same when they had Myspace. I did have one of those and they didn't add me and I didn't add them. We were all like " no way are you gonna see what I have on there." I played my Mom card well though and monitored them every so often. I did let them see mine too, I really didn't have anything to hide - it was the principle!
Well, I joined the Facebook craze to find old friends and such. My youngest added me to her friends' list but the oldest not so much. It was invading her college life now! I was indeed enjoying getting re-acquainted with old friends from school and past military bases we were stationed at. I accepted requests from some of my husband's family too. My oldest kept telling me it was just wrong for me to have this, of course she said the same about Myspace too. It was nice to be able to chat with the friends from long ago in real time and I even added some of my co-workers. Which, for some was a mistake because when I wanted to put up a status like "