A few weeks ago my 6-year-old daughter looked at me and said, "Mommy, you need a lot of help with your fashion. I could teach you, you know."
Since the moment Delilah could speak, she's been telling me, "Mommy, you like cool and I like pretty."
My daughter, on the other hand, LOVES to be seen. She sees dressing up as a celebration of herself, and it's incredible to watch.
I'm constantly aware of the behavior I'm modeling for my child. I try to never let her see me appear dissatisfied with my body, but I know deep down that the fact that the dissatisfaction exists is probably palpable for her.