Every morning I put a hairbow in my daughter’s hair. She will admire it in the mirror for about two minutes, and then she pulls it out. No amount of coaxing will convince her to leave it in there. In fact, I’ve met very few girls who actually like the hairbows. Adults love them because we associate them with innocence. But innocence doesn’t come from hairbows, and there are a lot of gray areas in raising a daughter in the modern world that parents have to navigate.
The Chaotic Writer
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