All these people who are older that have permanent holes in their face wish their mom would've stopped them... you're lucky your mom gives a sh*t. She sounds like 1 awesome chick! I give her 5 stars & a pat on the back for actually paying attention to you & your life, & she's willing to take the chance of you hating her to make sure you grow up right!!! That's an awesome mom. Cut her some slack, you will look back in 10 to 20 years & be happy she was your mother.... promise! My mom stopped me too.
You're only 13. You will look so much more beautiful without it.! A lot of girls ruin there complection with piercings. Wait untill you're older. Then, if you still want to, then go right ahead, but if I were you, I would wait, <3
to convince her u could maybe give her a good report card and she wont let you because the first thing she thinks about is what if a boy looks at you and i asked my mom if i could get my lip pierced to btw' im 13 but my mom said i could'nt get my lip pierced but that i could get my nose pierced but where i live all the 13 yr old girls have their tongue pierced their nose lip and one of my friends got her whole ear pierced and i think she should let you because she's saying no and one day your gonna grow up and make your own decisions so either way it go your gonna have your way!! :)
The correct answer is....:. "I'm 13". What part of your age don't you understand? You are NOT old enough to make these type of decisions. You may THINK you are. But you are most definitely NOT old/mature enough.
I let my daughter get "snakebite" piercings last year......she was 13 also. She came to me and talked about how many kids in her school had piercings and just wanted to "fit in". I went to her school one day and paid attention, and about 60% of the students had a noticable piercing. I agreed.....as long as she kept them clean and it didn't change who she was as a person. She had a really hard time making friends. Now I guess she has the cool mom, it's easier for her to have friends. A few months ago she wanted to dye her hair pink....so we did it. I know I will be criticized for my parenting choices, but frankly .....I don't care what you think!!! You DO NOT pay my bills, or raise my children :) If you were my daughter, I would let you do it. You have to find your own way in life, and make your own mistakes. My daughter has not regretted her piercings yet and I don't think she will. Next month she is getting her eyebrow pierced also :)
well, be calm for a while like 3, maybe 4 months, ofassionally ask her, like once a month, I mean, if you reallyy want them. She will say no a few times, but you ask once a month, and when she says no, you just say ok and ask the next month again, will probably begin to convince her.