Talk to Your Daughter About Shaving and Be Nice

Talking to your daughter about shaving certain hairs will be easy. Daughters are going to hit puberty sooner or later. You shouldn’t worry about it too much. This is a normal stage in their life. A time when they found out what love is and learn how to shave their body. You can teach them what they need to do to shave each part of their body. Even, tell them about why they need best shaving cream for bikini area on their skin. Tell them all the things they need to know and set them in the right path. Make sure they the know the consequences of what happens when they make the wrong decisions when shaving. Shaving hair on your skin is easy but it can get really ugly fast. Can get ugly really fast and all sorts of ways. Important to take your time and make sure the razor is not hurting you. See more below to get a start for telling her about shaving.

What Time Should You Talk About Shaving

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The right time to talk about shaving is when you notice the signs that she needs to shave. This natually happens sometime in middle school. I will say in the 7th or 8th grade. he will be about 13 to 15 years old. This is when you need to tell her about shaving. Do not tell her when she is in elementary school. She is far too young to learn about that type of thing. She also needs to be a child and think the world is this beautiful Disney land place. The girl will have signs when she is ready. She will have hairs growing from her panties and may see something growing on her legs. The hair may be small to see. But, once it gets really long it is time to tell her about shaving. You know it is time when you talk to her and look at her close up. Then, it will be time to talk to her about it.

Furthermore, when you talk to her about shaving, you need to be nice about it. She is a little girl and does not know the harsh realities of life yet. The girl must be taught the lesson in a nice way. Yelling at her will make her think you don’t like her instead of learning the lesson. That is how children think. You must never forget she is a child. A child must be taught things the nice way in order for them to learn the best way. That is what worked for me. I am sure it will work for your daughter.

Razors Daughter Should Use

Razors your daughter should use should be for kids. Kids have skin that is softer then the skin you use. She is not an adult. Her skin is easier to cut hair and also easier to get scrapes. So, go to the store and look for a razor in the kid section. When she reaches the age of 16 and up, she may be ready for the adult razors. Strangely, the girl may want her private area shaved in middle school. Teach her to shave it with best shaving cream for bikini area that you can find for kids. Shaving cream is needed for you and so is it for her. Shaving cream makes the blade cut smoother and makes her feel no cuts from the blade. Inform her about the shaving cream and make sure she uses it every time she shaves. It may be wise to watch her the first few times shaving too. Kids never fully know what their doing until they practice and practice.

Safe Tips to Tell Her About Shaving

Tips you should tell your daughter for her own safety. Tip 1, never use razors with other people. You could catch a STD or a disease that can’t be cured. Tip 2, take your time when you shave. If you have to be in a hurry, make sure you set outside time to take care of that. It is ok to rush a little but but never rush to the point when you need something shave in 1 quick minute. That will always lead to disaster. No matter how you cut it. It will end up scratching and tearing the flesh. Blood will be every where.

Local School District Considers Structuring Classrooms By Weight

The Snooterson School District is considering a request by a local group of concerned mothers to separate students by weight.

Alyce Bryson, mother of two Helmsley Elementary students, said, “It’s not fair to our children to expect them to be bombarded with bad examples.” Bryson paused to smooth the hem of her tennis skirt. “My children work very hard to make good food choices and stay physically active. They understand that people who aren’t thin just aren’t as good as everyone else and have made it their passion to stay in top physical condition. How can they continue down the road to good health when they are surrounded by children whose parents don’t love them?”

When asked if she felt it was incendiary to suggest other parents don’t love their children, Bryson said, “It’s obvious, isn’t it? I mean, when you see children who are, well, I hesitate to use the word “fatties” because it’s just so hateful, but you know what I mean. A parent who loves their child would never allow their children to have over 8% body fat.We check body fat at our house every Tuesday and trust me, the kid who gets up to even 8.1% is going to lose their wheat grass smoothie treat for two weeks.”

When pressed to explain how the segregation would work, Bryson brightened and said, “We’ve found a way to make it fun for the kids. They’ll be in weight classes, like boxers. Kids like mine will be in a ‘featherweight’ room. Kids whose parents might love them but allow them occasional access to sugar and processed food will be in a ‘middleweight’ room. Children whose parents don’t love them, you know, the ones who eat fast food and have never run a single marathon, will be relegated to a ‘heavyweight’ room.”

Malissa Hurst, a neighbor of Ms. Bryson, added her take on the new classrooms. “I had no idea Alyce’s group was as straight up crazy as they are. First of all, this plan isn’t being implemented. The principal had to get a restraining order against Alyce and the only other people who still go to her meetings are her mother and her housekeeper who doesn’t speak English. I think she pays her housekeeper overtime to attend. Anyway, I dropped out of her group after the first meeting. She said it was a group dedicated to children’s health. Mostly, we had to listen to her talk incessantly about her kid’s grueling schedules. I warned her if she didn’t get the stick out of her ass that people would stop attending.”

When informed of Ms. Hurst’s comments, Ms Bryson retorted, “I DO have a stick up my ass when it comes to the issue of our children’s health. I have a huge, throbbing stick up my ass and I am proud of that stick. I believe in this. I am doing this for my children. I want them to be surrounded by the same beauty and dedication at school as they have at home. We all want is best for our children. I just don’t see how I could live with myself if I didn’t fight for this cause.”

Frank Johnson, Vice Principal at Helmsley Elementary declined to comment other than to dismiss Ms Bryson’s claim that her classroom by weight was being considered for implementation.

17079fc095d94d7e2fb86a9f8ea9ad8eAbout Michelle Poston Combs

Michelle Poston Combs can be found at her blog Rubber Shoes In Hell. Her work can also be found on The Huffington Post, Better After 50, The Mid and Scary Mommy. She had an essay in Jen Mann’s latest anthology, I Still Just Want To Pee Alone. She was also in the 2015 Indianapolis cast of Listen To Your Mother.