(1 of ) Worst: All their friends have dubbed your house the hangout.
(2 of ) Worst: Despite the sunshine outside, they only have a monitor tan.
(3 of ) Worst: There’s no food in the house two days after shopping.
(4 of ) Worst: Your limited cell phone plan is used up before the end of the month.
(5 of ) Worst: You come home every day to a kitchen filled with dirty dishes.
(6 of ) Worst: Every day, the house looks like a tornado hit it.
(7 of ) Worst: You’re tired of hearing “I’m bored.”
(8 of ) Worst: You run out of plates, cups and silverware, and find them all in your teen’s room.
(9 of ) Worst: Your teen sleeps in past noon, and then stays up all night.
(10 of ) Worst: You can only play referee for so long.
(11 of ) Worst: Two words: science experiments.
(12 of ) Worst: You ran out of fun ideas for them within the first week of vacation.
(13 of ) Worst: The kids might be out of school, but you don’t get a summer vacation from your job.
(14 of ) Worst: Their idea of summer entertainment is playing with SnapChat filters.
(15 of ) Worst: Summer reading list? Only if it’s in text message form.
(16 of ) Worst: Their chore list is untouched. But they’ve built an entire Minecraft world.
(17 of ) Worst: If you want them to leave the house, you’re going to have to open your wallet.
(18 of ) Best: No homework to keep on top of them about.
(19 of ) Best: The dog has someone to hang out with during the day.
(20 of ) Best: Mornings are blissfully quiet.
(21 of ) Best: You might be able to bribe them to get things done around the house for money while you’re at work.
(22 of ) Best: Weekday camping trips!
(23 of ) Best: When your house is the hangout, you get to meet all of their friends.
(24 of ) Best: If you have SnapChat, you get to see EVERYTHING your kid is doing (and laugh with them about it).
(25 of ) Best: You have more opportunities to hang out with your teen before school starts again.