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To not let dd (6) wear heels and makeup?

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StuntCubble Sat 15-Oct-11 11:58:19

we went to a party and she was the only one not wearing high heels and makeup. She did have glittery nail polish and I felt I was pushing the boat out at that. The others had heels and full makeup eyeshadow blusher etc.

Should I just let her so she is the same as her peers? Is it just harmless am I being incredibly uptight?

shesparkles Sat 15-Oct-11 12:00:07

I don't think you're being uptight, you're letting your daughter be what she is-a 6 year old child so no, YANBU

MrBloomsNursery Sat 15-Oct-11 12:00:45

NO, YANBU. What kind of party was it? Fancy dress? I would never let my DD wear make-up at aged 6. Don't give in to peer pressure.

BuxomWenchOnAPony Sat 15-Oct-11 12:01:06

Wow, 6 year olds?! No, YADNBU, that's horrible shock

whackamole Sat 15-Oct-11 12:01:28

A little bit uptight! Didn't you ever wear those dress up shoes or clomp around in your mums high heels? I did! I also used to love playing around with my Tinkerbell make up (do they make it anymore? Peel off polish!)

For one party I think you could've made an exception.

StuntCubble Sat 15-Oct-11 12:01:53

Just a normal party. 6/7 year olds

whackamole Sat 15-Oct-11 12:02:30

Oh I had assumed it was some sort of dress-up party, rather than all the children arriving like that!

If that is the case then YANBU.

StuntCubble Sat 15-Oct-11 12:02:53

Whackamole I had even anticipated that they might be wearing makeup and heels tbh

Ineedalife Sat 15-Oct-11 12:05:07

YADNBU, it is hard as it is to let children be children.

I have only just started to let my 16 yr old wear heels and make upgrin.

My youngest Dd is big for her age and I am finding it increasingly difficult to find clothes which aren't mini adult clothes for her.

Stick to your guns stunt.

ScaredBear Sat 15-Oct-11 12:08:55

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StuntCubble Sat 15-Oct-11 12:09:53

I'd just hate her to be teased or set her at a disadvantage socially though I'm prob overthinking it, she isnt that bothered

StuntCubble Sat 15-Oct-11 12:10:47

It was in the evening, out for food etc if that makes any difference?

ScaredBear Sat 15-Oct-11 12:12:30

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StuntCubble Sat 15-Oct-11 12:27:13

Odd. When did all this happen? I never wore makeup at six

slowlygoingbonkers Sat 15-Oct-11 12:33:00

Yanbu my dd who is 6 is still into fairies and princesses and I hope she will be for a while yet. Kids grow up so fast these days anyway and I certainly wouldn't put makeup on her. I sometimes let her have a bit of nail polish on on school holidays but that's the limit.

Cassettetapeandpencil Sat 15-Oct-11 12:42:08

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mollymole Sat 15-Oct-11 12:43:54

YADNBU - I do not understand why parents dress their girls like mini tarts

Cassettetapeandpencil Sat 15-Oct-11 12:49:27

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Cassettetapeandpencil Sat 15-Oct-11 12:50:09

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MumblingAndBloodyRagDoll Sat 15-Oct-11 12:52:23

What kind of school is it where the 6 year olds are wearing makeup and heels?? My dd is 7 and in year 3 and they all look and act like babies still! even he mostmature ones are still into fairies etc. None wear makeup to a party. They wear leggings and a pretty tunic or a little dress with flat shoes and tights!

Fixture Sat 15-Oct-11 12:52:39

YANBU

MumblingAndBloodyRagDoll Sat 15-Oct-11 12:53:42

Watch her little feet Cassette My DD has dress up heels but she wears them in the house. I als paint her nails and she wears lipgloss in the house when she is dressing up...but it's clear!

tryingtoleave Sat 15-Oct-11 12:56:26

I thought the op was a joke or a typo sad

worraliberty Sat 15-Oct-11 12:57:15

YANBU

But having said that, it's a little weird isn't it?

In all my years as a parent (19 of them) I've never entered a party where all the 6yr old girls wore make up and heels confused

Do you live at Dale Farm by any chance? grin

tryingtoleave Sat 15-Oct-11 12:57:28

I remember begging my mother to let me wear lip gloss when I was 12.

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