Woman gets up at 6:30am to put on make-up before taking her son to school: "I don't want to look sloppy like other mothers do"
All women would like to always feel as beautiful as princesses and spend their free time shopping and taking care of their bodies. But reality does not always allow these luxuries: more often than not work, housework and, above all, children force one to change one's priorities. It is no coincidence, then, that many mothers "let themselves go" over time and stop dressing up or putting on make-up every time they leave the house. Then there are those women who, despite having children, prefer to make "sacrifices" in order to always appear flawless: this is the case with the subject of this story.
Sunny Andrea is a 39-year-old mother and a so-called "glam mom". But what exactly is a "glam mom"? Well, this is simply a mother who, despite having children, is always very attentive to her physical appearance (Sunny has two children, aged 7 and 2). No matter how tiring her routine is, Sunny wakes up at 6:30am to choose her clothes and put on her make-up before taking her eldest to school. Sunny is very critical of those mothers who have clearly let themselves go and who accompany their children to school in just their pajamas and no make-up on.
Sunny outlined her "philosophy", stating: "I think the way you dress and present yourself sends an important message to the people around you, and looking good while dropping the kids at schools gives me the push I need to start my day."
Certainly, Sunny's beliefs are reinforced by current societal norms about beauty. In addition, Sunny works part-time as a model and is married to 54-year-old entrepreneur, Danny Andrea. Given these circumstances, Sunny has a lot of free time and a lot of money to be able to take care of herself. And, apparently, Sunny's husband likes his "glam wife's" lifestyle. Sunny stated: "Danny loves to spoil me with clothes and make-up gifts. He compliments the way I look and is happy keeping me happy. He also has a knack for choosing clothes and shoes that fit me perfectly, and he even goes clothes shopping with me."
In short, Sunny says she is always very puzzled when she sees "rough-looking mothers" roaming about whenever she takes her son to school. What do you think about this story and Sunny's lifestyle?