I'm fairly young to have children. I'm 21 my husband is 27, it was kinda an accident and we had twins.
So anyways I was going to a mothers group the other wearing an outfit pretty much like that link just with leggins underneath. My husband was like "you can't go out like that" and I was like "why" and he was like "well you're a mom now you can't dress like a college student" But why not? I just graduated from college, I'm still in good shape and I don't dress really revealing anyways
I asked a couple of friends and interestingly the girls said it didn't matter while the guys said I should dress differently. They also said I shouldn't a bikini when we go swimming but rather a one piece.
So is it common practice to dress different when you have kids? What would be appropriate outfits then?
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The page came up, but nothing showed, so I just checked the "Bettys" section. I don't know if that's what you were talking about, though.
I think part of it is the age difference. He's 27 and has been out of college for longer than you have. As such, he's less prone to dress the way a guy in college would and thinks you should be in the same mindset. I partly agree with khesethorpe's answer that part of the issue may be jealousy. One suggestion I have is the next time you go to the pool at your gym, look at some of the oter moms your age and see what they are wearing. I also agree with jangon.
What I recommend is that you ask him what kind of clothes he's talking about. Take him shopping with you and buy a few outfits that you can agree on (like two or three). He may just want to show you off without people giving you funny looks.0