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Friday, 31 August 2012

No make-up for children

My little girl does not wear make-up or nail varnish because as a Mother I feel it is really important to teach her she is beautiful in her own skin and is naturally beautiful without it. And I want her to really enjoy being a little girl and not pretending to be a grown up, childhood is so precious it needs to be celebrated as a child.

It is without a doubt in my mind I am very different to many Western people as I do not follow like a sheep and do what everyone is doing, that is why I suffer from quite a lot of bullying as I speak my mind and don't care what others think as I have my little girls best interest at heart. We need to change the way the Western World is and give back our little girls their childhood. I analyse things and think of the consequences. I look at myself when I was young and how I never felt good enough or pretty enough. And ended up looking like a clown because of the amount of make-up I put on my face. I wonder if I was more natural looking back then would I have got more respect? I think so!

I am on Google+ under Sharon J. Bainbridge. If you feel you would like your little girl to grow up in a world that gives them back their childhood and one that respects mothers and women, then get in contact!

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