Life Blog – 10 Things About Being A Petite Girl

I have always been short. I stopped growing at around the age of 13, and have been about 4’11” since. I, honestly, didn’t realise how short I was until other people started pointing it out; I thought my height and point of view was normal until then. It’s not my favourite trait, for a number of reasons (as I will explain below), but I have grown to embrace it over the years. So, here are 20 things every petite girl knows to be true:

1) Everyone thinks you’re 12.. or 10

3ab318d6e3baef8ec9ce68e2246e5370aecd6011a6f872f81522f44039abd3cd

Even kidsΒ who are years younger than you. It’s bad enough that those your age or older think this.

2) Wearing heels all the time

189261652a914abe7c2786c3700f293c

And everyone has to point out how short you are when you eventually take them off.

3) Walking with friends is more like a sprint

short-girl-problems-meme

Whilst they might be strolling, you’re taking place in a track event on your own, by trying to keep up with their pace.

4) Tall guys can be annoying

a162

5) But they also have their perks

couple-cute-goals-love-favim-com-3503949

a21afafa5b97c6c832c71d9416ea5d56

6) You can’t buy normal clothes

weheartit-comjeanspic

You have no choice but to shop at places that do a petite range, and there aren’t that many of those around, and itΒ can get costly.

7) A chair is your best friend

10264963_10203881901234855_5143749363786681446_n

There are a lot of things in this world you won’t be able to reach, but a chair will never let you down!

8) Being able to buy teens/kids clothing

051723326dfb35916021e08d150f1cc1a273a1-wm

I fit into a 10 year old’s clothes, and I am not ashamed to admit it!… because I save money by doing so..

9) Being in a crowd is your worst nightmare

b1d6e721bfbdc4d275cb5f1b26ddb17d

And not to mention going to concerts!

10) But everyone knows, we’re the best!

d558218f25769339f7eafd2c9a52fec3

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s