My oldest daughter, fastpitch, has a MySpace account. She uses it, like so many other teenagers do, to communicate with her friends from school, church, and the local 4H, to which she belongs.
When I found out that she had a MySpace page, we talked about it and she was very excited about the fact that I was so "cool" about it, and electronic social activity in general. I didn't bother to tell her about my blog, but I assured her that I was just fine with things like MySpace and Facebook, when used responsibly.
The funny thing is that she and I now communicate via MySpace nearly every day. It is usually only a note to say hello or something... but she thinks that it is pretty cool that her dad visits her page and has one of his own (as lame as my page is!).
She is a good kid.... and today is her eighteenth birthday! I can't believe it. More on that at my Real Dads blog, later.
I'm glad that she is glad that I visit her MySpace area... and that she didn't feel the need to keep it secret from me.