One of the saddest moments for parents is when their children grow up. They become straightforward trees, extending their branches to check health without being taught by their mother and father. And while this is to be expected and even encouraged, it is frightening.
Your boyfriend no longer wants to be called a teenager. They do not want you to embarrass them in front of their friends. So you can’t shout I love pumpkin when you drop them off at school, and many other traditions that used to be good just embarrass them.
Breathe! Your child does not hate you. They only grow. And at this stage, every parent will have to pass. If there is comfort, they will also feel the same way their children do when they become parents. And you will be a cool grandparent that everyone runs to. * THEY ARE VERY SICK *
To show that you are not alone, Lisa Rubisch, a New York City-based business director, has something to say about this section.
“It never occurred to me that my son would grow up against me, Alex P. Keaton.
When my son was young, I dressed him in a picture. He had Beatles-Esque moppy hair; he was wearing small converse sneakers, red and cream-colored trousers, wrinkled black hoodies, and military trousers. She had no problem wearing anything bright. He looked like the mod/punk kid I always thought I would have.
But as he grew older, his style came out, no, it wasn’t something I was prepared for. Now she wears it behind closed doors, in private. Her current fashion mixes with the crowd, and her palette ranges from gray to black. He loves big Adidas basketball shorts that can make me shudder. No packs, no graphics – nothing. My heart ached as he cut his amazing rock hair that had grown so amazingly that it made a military noise.
Although it is hard for me to understand, his style, he is proud of the way he looks. Like everyone else, I identify myself with my clothes. We are what we wear, and my speech should be as different for everyone as possible. My style was planted because of the need to revolt in our next town, which is like preppy.
But when I volunteered to teach my child on a dangerous journey, his cheeks were red, and he shouted, “Mommy! You can’t! When I asked him why he mentioned my shirt as an example of my embarrassing episode. How embarrassing that would be!
Is it okay for my ten-year-old son to be embarrassed by me? I think that’s a normal situation. Although I am an urban mother whose job makes me stay current, I think I am in a very old school for her.
As her mother, I am proud of her. I am glad she has arranged her studies and she seems comfortable walking in her fashion path. What comforts me is that I still have my little boy who still thinks I am the coolest. She is only seven years old, and soon, I may have to pass her by MY MOTHER. But until then, I will be happy with its comfort, like a bearded shirt. “
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