I have no qualms walking around in the buff in front of my daughters. And they do the same with me. My girls are now 14 and 11, but we've taken baths together since they were born. Now that we're a blended family and because we live in the U. There is such a thing as common sense. If I were with my father-in-law or with my husband's employer, of course I would wear a top. If we had the chance to lounge around in a beach in Europe we'd be quite comfortable going topless.
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My advice may not be appropriate for you. That's ok. You are just fine how you are and I am the right kind of me. Welcome to Mothering! OR Remember. Old , PM - Thread Starter. My 15 yo daughter asked us if she could be a nudist. We should have seen this coming. I'll try to give a little history, and keep it brief. First she has two younger brothers.
I have always been a "nudie booty" in my own home. I would come home from work or class and just shed my clothes. It's not so much that I dislike clothes; I actually love them quite a bit. I love to be able to express myself with my wardrobe, but when I want to relax, I don't want anything to do with them.
In the photo, Kardashian West is seen from behind in front of a mirror, wearing only black workout leggings and an undone bra. Much of the controversy had to do with how people interpreted the photo to be highly sexualized; some Instagram commenters even accused Kardashian of setting a poor example in allowing her daughter to snap the nearly nude photo. How a mother or father chooses to teach their children about how to be comfortable in their own bodies—including about sexuality and consent —is up to them, and no parent should feel the need to justify themselves to anyone else. Meet the Expert. Gayle Peterson, PhD, is a family therapist who specializes in family development and prenatal counseling. For instance, if a father is uncomfortable with his wife being naked around their kids, their children are going to pick up on his discomfort. And because American children tend to be exposed to sexualization in the media at that age, Peterson says they're "probably better off with some sense of privacy, but obviously that may change depending on the family and the children involved. When I reached out to members of the private MyDomaine Moms Facebook group to find out what other parents thought about the subject of parental nudity in front of children, the message across the board was loud and clear: Let's put an end to shaming. It is wrong to imply one way of behaving is right for every family though," says group member Megan Blanchard.