Juhi Parmar Has Perfect Reply For Trollers Who Questioned Her For Letting Her Daughter Wear Makeup
Juhi Parmar is a single mother to a 6 year old daughter Samaira. The actress recently hosted a grand birthday party on the ocassion of her daughter’s birthday.The birthday bash saw the presence of many television actors. Juhi took to her Instagram handle and shared few photos from the birthday bash with her Instafam. Her daughter can be seen dressed in a gown and looked adorable.
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When I count my blessings, my little girl you are on top of that list! Watching your excitement from so many days for your special day and then finally being able to enjoy it yesterday, was an overwhelming feeling for your Mamma. Moments from last night are still playing in front of my eyes as I smile and thank the universe for choosing me as your mother! My little princess don't grow up too fast as I loved the innocence and purity with which you enjoyed every moment yesterday! . . . @samairratales #LoveYouAlways #MommyDaughter #MummaDaughter #Daughter #BirthdayGirl #Love #Baby #Blessed #Grateful #Thankful
As soon as she posted the pictures she was brutally trolled by the netizens for allowing her daughter to wear makeup. You too have a look at how she got trolled:
To this, Juhi had replied in the best possible way slamming the trollers. She shared yet another picture in which Samaira can be seen dressed as a beautiful bride. Her caption is worth seeing. She wrote,”A mother’s dilemma! As a mother so far I have shared many challenges I have faced and how I have tackled them. However, this time I’m sharing the challenge with you as I go through it. They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but most would tell you its actually make up! As an actress, whether its while I am shooting or when I have to go out for a meeting, there’s really no way of avoiding make up. And little girls love make up, just the way Samairra does because their barbies and Elsa and the dolls they play with are perfectly adorned with beautiful dresses, jewelry and cosmetics.In Samairra’s pictures I have seen some of you question about why such a small child is wearing make up. And of course as a mother I have never encouraged my child to use cosmetics but she sees her mother use make up on a regular basis and feels that whenever Mamma wears make up she looks very pretty. Hence, when I deter her, a statement quickly comes my way, “So you don’t want me to look pretty!!!” A mother’s dilemma! I have explained multiple times to Samairra that she’s already a very pretty girl and make up has nothing to do with it. Yet that hasn’t worked! After multiple debates, I told her that make up would only be allowed on special occasions which is around 2-3 times a year – her birthday, annual day, etc. However, every time I get ready another debate begins. There have been times when I have decided to apply lipstick in my car so that I could avoid the situation but yes that isn’t a solution! And so going back to the question which many of you have been asking me, why make up on such a small child. Well you have your answer but I’m still seeking mine.Any of our mothers out there who have faced a similar situation and mind sharing how they tackled it? I’m hoping to find my answer and solution soon.
While talking to a leading daily, Juhi once talked about the challenges she faces as a single mother and said, “Of course it’s not easy! Single Parenting has its own challenges but this has been my reality for the last two years. I get double the love, double the attention, and double the responsibilities – it’s a mixed bag at the end of the day. But you would be surprised, God has made us women very strong and I’m blessed to have a great support system in my parents and friends to be able to take on the challenge of single parenting.
We wish Juhi and her adorable daughter a great life ahead.