Farrah Abraham, a star of "Teen Mom," decides to tackle her 3-year-old daughter's unibrow. That's right, a 3-year-old.
Wow- and we wonder why kids are getting prego, have eating disorders, and have huge complexes.....we have teenage mom waxing eyebrows at 3!!! what has happened to this word. Little girls are supposed to have unibrows and wear no makeup. They should be worried about where to ride their bike, and make sure they are home on time for dinner. These women shouldn't have children.
I have never waxed my eyebrows, nor have I waxed my two daughters' eyebrows, but I am failing to see what the big deal is here? If any of my children had a visible "issue" that they may have been teased for by their peers, and I could simply resolve the issue with a few plucks, why wouldn't I??? People may say that it is only reinforcing feelings of insecurities and poor self esteem in young girls and that they should feel beautiful no matter what. I wholeheartedly agree that in a perfect ideal world we should never tell our children to change anything about themselves, no matter how easy it would be to change anything. However, in the REAL WORLD life is hard enough and no parent wants their child to have low self esteem from being picked on or made fun of by their peers.
You can't be serious? Come on! I am a mother of two girls, a 20 yo and 7 yo, and I can't imagine doing that to them even now. As my oldest can do as she pleases because she is an adult but I still wouldn't force her. Of course, I am not a teen mother and have sense, thank God. As far as the Tiara moms, seriously, stop living vicariously through your children. I am utterly shocked over bad parenting.
when will these girls stop trying to make their daughters into what they want to be. my daughter is beautiful w/out any help from anyone but hey i guess at least farah cares enough to pay attention to sophia, however misguided the waxing may seem.
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