The internet, social networking sites, the media, they all have the effect of flooding our kids with thoughts and images that their young minds are not ready for. Of course, adults are exposed to it as well so it's easy for us to become desensitized. But if we take a
step back, and look at the issue critically, it's easy to see how this can be harmful. As the world becomes saturated with technology,
our children are being exposed to adulthood earlier than ever.
There are only so many years when you can get away with picking your girl’s clothes; you can take amazing pictures together that one day will remind you both of those happy days, not to mention that it will brighten your day to see her wearing a pretty outfit.
If you want to take some great pictures for your Instagram feed, you can try to wear the same outfit as your daughter. If you can’t find the exact same clothes, you can improvise from what you and her already have. Don’t forget to wear the same hairstyle.
This is how to help your daughter become her best, well-rounded self in spite of it all. There’s nothing inherently wrong with playing dress-up on your child. You should support teaching your children to take pride in their appearance, and in looking puttogether and stylish.
Childhood is fleeting, and there’s plenty of time later on for children to learn about labels and get caught up in what’s in and what’s not.
As a matter of interest, Hola Bella in San Pedro specialise in cute little dresses and even swimwear for young girls. All can be made to your own design, even as mother/daughter matching outfits.