The battle between parents and their kids when it comes to getting dressed is the stuff of legend. Even from a young age, most kids have fairly strong opinions about the clothes they like to wear, and the ones that they absolutely don’t. Here are a few of the things that parents love to put on their children, and children hate having to wear.
As with adults, likes and dislikes vary from child to child. One little girl may love frilly dresses, the more elaborate the better; her sister may have quite impressive tantrums any time she’s approached with one. It’s a good idea to respect your child’s individual clothing taste as much as possible to help foster a sense of individuality, but also to stand your ground when a particular style of dress is absolutely necessary. Striking this balance can sometimes be difficult, but your children will appreciate the effort.← 10 Reasons You Should Not Call Your Son a Sissy | 10 Safe Uses of Alcohols for Kids →
Good article for parents who need to understand kids attitude. Cloths should be comfortable to every child other wise they feel non-comfortable.
The outfits which you have discussed here, in true manner kids hates to wear
according to my experience kids hates cap, clothes with fur and itchy tags,
but the point which you have mentioned by this article are really worthy to read and appreciable
See thou all steps are good but not completed. It depends upon kids to kids. Like my baby like to wear itchy clothes with fur but not kiddie clothes. Somewhat this articles touched my heart and surely discuss this with my known.
As i am married but not yet became father but i have experienced this issue with my sister kids.
Very interesting and enjoyable article that brought back some good memories. I believe that children have their own preferences and it is a parent’s job to help them discover what those preferences are rather than impose their likes and dislikes onto them. What we wear is one of the most obvious forms of self-expression…and should be honored regardless of the age. However, it is also important that parents guide their children to learn respect for themselves and their bodies to know what is appropriate and safe. Thanks for sharing this!
Luckily for my little one, I’m all about comfort and I dress her the same New follower from the ffhop
Very good! How about PRACTICAL SHOES? Malika
When my oldest was 9 months old, I came home one day and his Aunt (babysitter) said he was cranky all day, which was out of character for him. After looking at his adorable outfit I decided to take off his jeans and put cotton pants on. He immediately stopped crying and was happy for the rest of the evening, he just didn’t like his jeans. I since then added “Take off pants” to the babysitters list of things to try to fix the sad baby. Cute isn’t always the most comfortable thing.
Ha Ha! Very cute blog entry! So fun to read all of the comments! Thanks so much for joining us on “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” We loved having you and hope to see you back next Saturday with more fun ideas! -The Sisters
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