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Praise indeed

#1
:D I saw my friends 15 year old daughter recently, having not seen her for months.

My friend has now told me afterwards, she said;

"Margaret looks like a really trendy Mum now doesn't she?"

My friend says she wasn't sure what her daughter thought previously (and its probably best not to ask lol) but I consider it to be a real compliment coming from someone within an age group that will be so influenced by media etc.

One of the reasons I am doing this is because I want to set a proper example for my daughter, she's only 2 just now but she'll be a teenager one day (probably far too soon for my liking!) it hadn't occured to me I can actually be a good example to other young people we know. I'm pleased that my friends 15 yr old likes how I look as I was starting to be concerned that all teenagers were aspiring to size zero (needless to say I'll never be that nor do I want to).

anyway, quite excited to be thought of as trendy lol!

Mags
xx
 
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MissPiggyFi

somebody shrink me
#2
Wow! Praise indeed!!

Teenagers aren't too forthcoming with compliments so you deserve to feel great!

Well done!!
 

Geri

Gold Member
#3
Wow,
what a great compliment you got there :D

tis true, all this aspiring to be a size zero or close to that is very worrying indeed....

Be sure to tell your friend to keep you updated on the compliments from her daughter lol
 

katie_oxo

Silver Member
#4
Now that is what I call a compliment - anything positive coming from a 15 year old girl has got to be seen as praise indeed.

Cath
 
#6
Yahoo.. parise indeed.. and well deserved of course!!
 

sonkie

Gold Member
#7
It does somehow feel more real and true when a compliment comes from a child, as they are known for just coming out with what they feel.
You must feel great.
 


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