At What Age Should Your Child Leave The Nest?


1. Does your child make their bed every morning?
Does your child make their bed every morning? Yes No Sometimes


2. Does your child floss?
Does your child floss? Yes No sometimes


3. Do you feel as if your child ever lies to you?
Do you feel as if your child ever lies to you? Yes No Sometimes ▶ Next Question ◀




Here are all the results with descriptions

18 Years Old
Your child should leave the nest and break out on their own when they’re 18 years old. While some might see this as a bit harsh, you know that the greatest way to grow as a person is to make your own mistakes. You’ve given them everything you can, now it’s time for them to find out just how far they can go without your hand.

21 Years Old
Your child should leave the nest and break out on their own when they’re 21 years old! After graduating college, your child needs to leave the comforts of home and find their own path. You’ve given them all of the love and guidance they need to know that even if they make mistakes or fail, they’ll never be without your support.

25 Years Old
Your child should leave the nest when they’re 25 years old! You’ve always given your child every opportunity to succeed, even if it meant sacrificing some of your own life. While 25 might seem old to some, your child needs this extra time after college to truly find their place in the world.

27 Years Old
Your child should leave the nest when they’re 27 years old! Sure, 27 isn’t exactly young for a child to finally be moving out of the house, but you and your special little one have always had a strong bond that neither want of you wanted to break.

30 Years Old
Your child should leave the nest when they’re 30 years old. Sure, 30 years old is way older than average, but your little chicken needed a little extra time to find their place in the world and grow. In fact, you’d keep them 10 more years if you could get away with it. You love the company of your child more than just about anyone else.