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Amy Can’t Relate To Daughter’s Outfit Choices

Amy has officially accepted that she’s hit that age where she can’t really relate to her 16-year-old daughter and the clothes she wants to buy.

She never thought she’d be this person because she feels like she keeps up with the trends. But when she recently went shopping, her daughter told her she was a grandma with her clothes. She's confused because she felt like she could once easily shop with her daughter and help her pick out clothes she liked.

Amy doesn’t want to try and dress like her, because she doesn’t really like how kids are dressing today, which she knows her parents probably felt about her outfit choices once. Her daughter does like some of her clothes because she’ll ask to borrow them, but other times she’ll laugh at some of her stuff and tell her she needs to get rid of it.