The Best Posts From The ‘Penn State Parents’ Facebook Page
Sometimes letting go is hard.
That’s why some parents feel the need to stay connected to both their children as well as parents of other college children when their kids go away to school. Some parents do this by calling, video chatting, texting, or sending care packages, but others opt for strength in both social media and numbers, namely Facebook.
We discovered that some particularly
overprotective Stately parents created their own 1,649-member group named “Penn State Parents,” where members post everything from questions about dorm life to reactions to the football games to concerns over test scores.
And we’re bringing you the best posts from Nittany Lion moms and dads in this group. There’s hover moms, cool dads, and genuine love and concern in this group, but that’s okay because we love our parents and know that they always have our best interests at heart.
Those pesky Scantron bubbles.
I’m sure your son or daughter would have preferred you take the exam for them too. CHEM 110 gives everyone anxiety.
“I was scheduling courses for my son/daughter and…”
The Real University Health Services
Okay this I can sympathize with. Nothing is worse than being sick at college without your mom to help you out.
The Football Parent
Posted shortly after the Northwestern game. No arguments here.
This parent didn’t let the game get him down. James Franklin, is that you?
I would buy one.
Onward State’s live blogs have nothing on this commentary.
The Cool Parent
Only if it’s in your roommate agreement form.
The Financially Responsible Parents
This dad just doesn’t understand that some people do their best thinking in the shower.
The Empty Nesters
I just know this mom is going to have a buffet of beautiful home-cooked meals waiting for their kid when they return.
Because sometimes everyone needs a little TLC.
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“I knew my mom did it and I knew I was going to finish, but having her there pushing me, talking to me, and keeping me occupied definitely took my mind off the pain.”
The potential upside for George Campbell and what he can bring to Penn State’s offense is huge.
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