This Mom is Dressing Her Daughter Up As Influential Women in History and We Are In Love
The future is indeed female.
Jenelle Wexler from Illinois has been dressing her infant daughter, Liberty Wexler up as influential and iconic women throughout history, from Cleopatra to Amerlia Earhart. Janelle told Inside Edition "I started taking photos of Liberty portraying influential women and I wanted to celebrate these women for their contributions they have done for our society."
Janelle hopes that people find the photos inspiring and that these are women that her daughter can look up to and aspire to be like -- and maybe even other girls will see these positive role models and want to learn more about them and become like them. The pictures of Liberty certainly brought a smile to our face and we hope to see more! The crafting that goes into the costumes for each outfit is so well done and intricate -- and it looks like mom and daughter are getting in some quality time and memories. Raising our girls as the leaders they can be from the start will start to shape our world in a positive, new light and we can truly believe that the future is in fact, female.
Here is Liberty as Jane Goodall, the famed primatologist and anthropologist, most famous for her work with the social interactions of chimpanzees.
Add of course Frida Kahlo.
Amelia Earhart showed us that women can soar to incredible heights.
Betsy Ross sewed a pretty nifty flag.
Missionary Mother Teresa.
Sally Ride was the first woman astronaut, ride Sally ride.
When you call my name it's like a little prayer...few people, let alone women are more iconic than Madonna.
I'm with her.
Who else should Liberty dress up as!?