She replied that she read them to keep up with the ever changing fashion trends of her children. Oh, right. The clothes they wear, the music they listen to and the activities they enjoy doing are so different from our
Her two daughters, who are working after their graduation, are always shopping. She doesn't like the clothes or fashion accessories that they bought, but she kept mum about her displeasure. ish.
She feels that either there is too little fabric to amply cover the body, or the dressing style looks weird. A knee-length dress over tight 3/4 pants. yikes. Then there is the wide choice of hair colourings to match the look. And the tattoos and piercings in the most unmentionable places.
My neighbour maybe a traditional Asian lady but she is able to accept the latest trend. She doesn't criticise her children's dressing or likes, no matter how weird it seems. Therefore, her relationship with her children is one that's close and loving.
Should all Moms (and Dads) be well-informed on the latest trends of the young?
I would say,"Yes."