I wonder if the parent–teen daughter fights about the length of skirts, shorts, etc., ever, ever ends -- or changes. I was too sleepy to notice my elder daughter's shorts this morning, but I criticized them when I picked her and her sister up from school. They have, like, a 2-inch inseam; ugh! So, of course, she comes back with that standard teenage line (which I myself used when I was that age) "You should see what the kids at school wear!" And of course I come back with the standard parent line, "I don't CARE what the other kids are wearing!" and on and on 'til we get to "As long as you live under my roof...."
Does this ever change? I'm thinking it doesn't.
I miss the toddler days when I
got to pick the outfits.
I tried to snap of picture of her to text to my friends to get some backup, but she was having none of that, LOL.