First, I'd like to go on record and say this: I do NOT encourage or push this child in any fashion direction. For awhile, I had dreams of cute jeans and white flouncy blouses from the Gap, but I realized that she really doesn't want to dress like her mother. At least not her mother in 2010.
She just likes to get a whole heck of a lot of poorly blended sculpting gel…
And a nice little dollop of blood red lipstick…
And essentially look WAY cooler than I could have ever HOPED to look at 14.
(Or maybe 15.)
But I wasn't into vampires quite yet, or goth, or anything remotely more experimental than Journey (unless you count owning Pink Floyd's "The Wall.")
Sure, I got there eventually…at roughly 19.
You can't summon that much angst and still be listening to Steve Perry.
I think on this, most of us can agree.
Note: all of the actions used on the pictures of Aidan are from The Pioneer Woman. I especially liked using the Bring on the Eyes action from Set 2 to give her that special, "I'm with the Cullens" vibe.