What do you say when you child approaches you and ask you if they can get a tattoo? First and foremost you can’t really tell them no, because that you make you a hypocrite because you have one. First let me mention that I do not have children of my own, but when and if I do, I don’t think tattoos would be a problem with me. Now my husband on the other hand he would be the onenot to approve. However, I do understand that some parents even if they are tattooed that they may not want their child to get a tattoo. Just hear me out ok?
First of all when you child turns 18 they will probably want to do that same thing I did and run out and get a tattoo. But as a parent even if you are tattooed you may have mixed feelings about this one. For instance, you probably would not like for them to come home with a huge tattoo covering half of their body or coming home with a tattoo on their neck, face, hands, or some other very visible place. So this leads me to say does it make you a hypocrite if you have these feelings. I mean maybe you should tell them you have no problem with them getting a tattoo as long as it’s not huge, offensive and in a very noticeable place. Plus I don’t think we make the best of decisions when we are 18 years old anyways. I mean we have a lot of growing up to do and 9 times out of 10 things we liked or thought were cool when we were 18 look back on it when we are 25 and think what in the hell was I thinking.
So what do you think about this?
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