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normaM wrote:people get their babies ears pierced and no one shouts about it.
They do in the parents circle. I waited until Bean asked...see started asking before she was 2....at 4.5 years we went in and she got it done. Lost one a few months ago and got it redone in November. The ear piercer thanked me for waiting until my child asked.
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Kinda what I was getting at - it's common practice especially in certain circles when I grew up and has become more popular over the years. When have you ever seen face waxing? Never heard of it until this woman did it.normaM wrote:oh come now Fancy - I know lots of people who had their babies ears pierced for no other reason that " it's cute"
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I've been in salons where the kidlets are getting their hair done, nails painted and make up - under 5. Then parents snap their pictures and everyone oohs and asshs. Guessing some of those same parents would wax a unibrow in a heartbeat
If you allow it then don't complain about it
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rideforever wrote:I think prohibiting beauty pagents for kids would a good start.
This. A million times this.
"Remember honey, mommy doesn't love you unless you're beautiful enough to win"
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