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So, here's my problem. My Mom doesn't like buying me clothes anymore because she complains that I always end up rejecting them. And I keep quite a few stuff until it can't fit anymore! Yes, I do reject some clothes later, but how can I get her to realize that my style will change and that she can still buy me stuff without complaining?
Suggest going shopping with her so you can pick out what you like and try things on. It'll be more effective for both of you- and then her feelings don't get hurt. You'll also get some quality mother-daughter time in!
by emmaleeruth on 7/8/2013 3:35:37 PM
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So, this weekend I have to watch 6 KIDS!!!! My dad says I can invite a friend. I want to invite a friend I have not seen since fourth grade. I want to get to know her better too. Is this a good idea or not?
Thank You SO Much!
Hey GL girl! It's awesome that you want to try to get to know your friend better, but when you have a big responsibility in your hands, it's not always the best idea to invite someone over who you haven't seen for a long time. Try inviting over a friend who you know better and can trust while babysitting. After your babysitting gig's over, try to arrange a time when your 4th grade friend and you can meet up (at the mall, pool, etc). That way, you guys can meet up again and not feel stressed about babysitting!
by Genovi on 6/26/2013 2:57:01 PM
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