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7 Responses to “Why As We Grow Older & Become Mom’s & So On, Are Expected To Act, Dress, Look & BE A Certain Way?”


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  1. i love your style, keep it up you’re doing it right. If someone wants to argue with you tell to go play with their kids instead of standing there criticizing you for a being a “secure-with-herself-mommy”

  2. Happy Halloween! Trick or Treat 🙂
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  4. Twinpossible

    Thanks babe:) You are SO right! I really spent most of my life, caring what others thought of me, especially strangers…Now i ask myself WHY? I was completely paranoid about that, and it made me crazy.

    Most of the time, I’ll never see them again anyhow, so why not have fun, stay young, as long as possible, and be MYSELF! I encourage every woman on the planet, don’t feel like you have to conform….BE WHO YOU ARE! That is where you will be happiest. A happy mom =happy kids!

    I enjoyed dressing up like a fruit loop yesterday:) WHO CARES…35 and trick or treating. I do it for the kids. They are my life, so it’s the least I can do, plus, I like to participate. I’ll share some of my costumes, thru the years shortly & an after Halloween post. Time has been too scarce today!

    Love your comments, Eschelle. I’m proud to share part of a name with ya:)


  5. elle

    Yes, there are those expectations that you SHOULD be, dress, do this that or another once you’re a mom and/or over a certain age (typiclaly 35). I am 46 and I ignore that shyte. I dress how I please and act how I please. I am pregnant with my first child, so I don’t know if it will change when I’m 50. But I’m not a very social person and I have only a few close friends so they don’t care.

    Fact of the matter: women are catty and very conformist. If you are too different from everybody it causes problems. So you have a choice, give in or do what the f* you want and endure the pressure. It’s that simple. I know that at my age, even though I don’t look like a stereotypic 46-year-old, that tongues wag because of my age and how I dress (trendy but not trashy by any means).

    I don’t give two rats asses what those jealous biddies have to say. It’s my life, my body. I won’t have them or anyone else telling me how I should run my affairs. Once you give people that kind of power, you’re done.

  6. Twinpossible

    I really like you Elle! Two thumbs up, to this comment! I have three little words for you…YOU GO GIRL! You are so right, and I really thought, once we left high school, and moved on in life, that cattyness, and cliquey-ness would stop there. So strange to be thrown back into, such an enviornment again. Everyone sizing eachother up, I think WORSE, then in highschool.

    You are right. I to, am going to stay FREE to be ME, and not conform. If I want to change my style, so be it, for now, I’m who I am, and nobody will change me. I refuse to grow old, I’m forever young, at least in my mind, and in my heart. I can be mom and be me, at the same time, without changing who I am, and I’m really proud of you, and also very excited for you. CONGRATULATIONS on your 1st child!! Such an exciting time…God bless you both.

    Keep on rockin it mama, and thanks for stopping by Twinpossible:)

    xoxo Shelly

  7. Today, I went to the beach front with my children. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She placed the shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear. She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is entirely off topic but I had to tell someone!

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