There’s not a mom on the planet who hasn’t had THE argument with a daughter that ends in the line go upstairs and change right now. OBVIOUSLY, Michelle didn’t get the memo. Where’s Joan Rivers when you need her?
Hellooooooooooooooooo, the First Daughters are vacationing in Europe sightseeing but all the while knowing what they wear is going to be photographed a million times. Wanna wear ripped tight white jeans? Fine, but do it when you are not representing the USA. Thank you very much.
This girls, this, much much better. I wonder how much of a fight they put up to be forced to wear a dress or if it was just told by them in order to enter 10 Downing Street, one must actually look proper?
I’m not saying the first daughters need to wear dresses all day every day – but there is such a thing as dressing for the occasion. My kids weren’t given a choice when they were younger – the girls wore dresses to church. The boys coats and ties. I had a No Sweatpants rule, never allowed out and about, only for school sports and at home. We had what we called grandma appropriate outfits too, when they were meeting up with my mother. Rules are good. Rules are very good but of course, at some point, they have to decide on their own. Daughter E was just in Wilmington visiting grandma, and after she left, my mother called to say, she looked great. I loved the dress she had on! There ya go. All my nagging worked.