Ok I Have 6 Kids And My Oldest Boy(13) Wants To Color His Hair We Keep Telling Him He Should Wait But He Wants To Do It Any Ways Should We Just Go Ahead And Let Him Do Color It Or Make Him Wait.
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3/22/06 at 4:27pm
Originally Posted by MrsRoss
Piercings aren't really all that permanent. Not like tattoos anyway. Sure if you leave them in for years you might always have a small hole, but that's the same with ear piercing.
Now I'm not saying that someone should let their 13 year-old get facial or body piercings. I'm just saying that as an older teen (say, 16 and up) a kid could be doing a lot of things that are worse imo, like smoking, drinking, drugs, etc.
Yoshua - I think the rules that you have in your house are good. That's what works for you guys, and that's great!
I also completely agree that littlemama would be seen as a cool mom by letting ds color his hair.
Originally Posted by Yoshua
i have seen piercings where they got infected and a permanant scar has been left there. Piercings are still body modifications in the sence that you are permanantly putting something in your body, until you want it removed.
Originally Posted by vamp127
It can always be changed. That's the beauty of hair--you can cut it, regrow it, dye it back, etc.
|Sorry to hijack the thread.... I am the mommy to a 5 yo and, when I got a perm she said she wanted one too. I said no, but this thread is making me doubt on whether I did the right thing ... what would you all have done??? A perm is sooo expensive and I think it spoils your hair too....|