Kimono or No-Kimono, Parents vs Kid

Kimono Mom -- Nov 20
Today is finally Sutan's Shichi-Go-San! We rented a kimono, practiced Japanese hair, and had grandparents come from far away, so we were well prepared.
However, Sutan was in a bad mood on the day of the event. (Because Sutan was too excited from the day before and she didn't sleep at all…!!) This was a battle between the parents who wanted her to wear the kimono no matter what, and Sutan who didn't want to wear it no matter what.

Shichi-Go-San is a Traditional Japanese ceremony that celebrate the growth of children when they're 3, 5, 7 years old. Most people go to a hair salon to have their hair done and dressed kimono, take pictures at a photo studio, visit a shrine, and have a celebratory meal with their family.