Communication: Make sure to have open and honest communication with your daughter about her relationship. Talk to her about your concerns and expectations, and encourage her to be honest with you about her feelings and experiences.
Age-appropriate activities: Consider setting limits on the types of activities your daughter can do with her boyfriend. For example, you may allow them to go to the movies or hang out at the mall, but not allow them to be alone in a private setting.
Supervision: Consider whether you feel comfortable allowing your daughter to spend time with her boyfriend without supervision. If you don't feel comfortable, consider setting limits on the amount of time they can spend together when you are not present.
Respect: Make sure to remind your daughter to respect your boundaries and rules, and to always prioritize her own safety and well-being.
Ultimately, the amount of time your daughter should spend with her boyfriend will depend on what works best for your family and what you feel comfortable with as a parent.
It's important to establish clear boundaries and to communicate openly with your daughter about your expectations.