Toxic Parents on Toddlers and Tiaras Create Jaw, Speech and Voice Abnormalities Along With Selfish Narcissistic Behavior
Watching Toddlers and Tiaras is like watching a bad car accident as your jaw drops in disbelief of what you have just witnessed. Perhaps the most disturbing of all the characters ever seen on the show is a child named Mackinzie Myers. There is absolutely NOTHING cute or adorable about this child. In fact to me she is an ugly child both inside and outside (Yes I called a child ugly) created by ugly parenting.
Her shiny and sparking dresses and wigs and mascaraed eyes and shiny glossed lips can never mask her horrific demanding selfish, mouthy behavior as she shouts the rudest things to her mother. She orders her around like a slave and in a demanding tone asking “Where’s my drink” There is no mention of please or a thank you. And worse of all the mother accepts this Toxic behavior.
Mackenzie is even seen on camera with her angry puss telling her mother not to speak to her and go away as she waits her turn to go on stage to compete for a beauty title. She actually says to her mother “I’m not doing what you tell me” “Go way.”
And what does this mother do? She merely says OK. Mackenzie’s mother is clearly intimidated by this monster child she created.
Not only does this mother not give this child behavioral boundaries or time outs, she indulges the child’s every whim. One of those whims involves the child’s pacifier which the child named “Ni Ni”
Apparently Ni Ni has taken on a persona of it’s own as both the little girl and her mother treat it as a live entity. The mother calmly says on camera how Mackenzie is addicted to Ni Ni. We then see a frantic MacKenzie running around her house anxiously calling out for “Ni Ni” as her mother calmly finds Ni Ni on a shelf which is too high for MacKenzie to reach .
The mouthy rude Mackenzie then stuffs her face with the Ni Ni as she manages to further insult her mother, make demands, and order her around. Even though the mother says nothing, she has an obvious eye twitch which perhaps reflects her discomfort and nervousness at being around this monster-like child. Oftentimes when we don;t express our true feelings we may often develop muscle twitches which often occurs around the facial and eye muscles.
This Ni Ni and her mother’s not putting a stop to a four year old having a pacifier has created a jaw deformity in the child. The deformity as you can see in the photo below is called an ” open bite” which severely detracts from her looks in my view. The mother and father of Mackenzie are spending thousands of dollars on her costumes, tans, hair wigs, her pageant entry fees, and transportation. But they are not focusing on the most important thing right in front of their eyes when it comes to beauty and having the winning advantage. They are ignoring their child’s “piranha fish- like smile ” that they created by constantly allowing her to have the pacifier in her mouth, which has distorted her dental and jaw formation as you can see int he photo below.
If this sounds mean to you it is not meant to be. It is meant to show you what can happen when you leave a pacifier in a child’s mouth too long, especially during critical jaw growth and developmental phases. So if you are a parent or grandparent be aware of this and when the child is no longer an infant, loose the pacifier.
The girl even has a speech impediment as a result of the open bite, which does not sound cute. She cannot make certain sounds properly because of the gaping distorted hole in her mouth. And no , she will not outgrow this speech impediment or lisp because it is now due to a structural deformity. She needs braces and dental work and speech therapy to rectify this problem her mother created by indulging her with a pacifier for way too long.
She is demanding and hateful as she screams at her mother at the top of her lungs. In the above photo look at her neck muscles and how bunched up they are as she screams at the top of her lungs. All the screaming and yelling on a constant basis and aggressive anger has made this child consistently hoarse sounding.
This is awful as it creates yet another problem for the child- vocal nodes or nodules . When a child or adult for that matter is constantly abusing and attacking their vocal cords, they are destroying their voice. It makes her sound unappealing and aggressive and hostile. She will have serious problems down the road in speaking and also in singing.
As Mackensie ages, I think things will only get worse unless she gets therapy. She is already formed as she is around 5 or 6 now. According to Gesell Child development studies, one is already formed by the time they are 5 . If that is the case Mackenzie, and other over indulged pageant created monsters are messed up forever.
Then there are the Pixie stick which pageant parents like Mackenzie’s give their daughters to give them energy so they sparkle during the pageant and don’t nod off. One girl reported on camera that she ate 14 of them. In reality the sugar makes them jumpy , prediabetic and creates cavities. It also creates a weight gain when they get older.
Then we see a total absorption of the child with herself as she thinks she is all that. She signs autographs and takes photos with other children with a phony mask -like smile. She doesn’t relate to these other children because it is all about her.
Unless this child is home schooled where she is the only student in the room she will have a heck of a time getting around with other children. These little boys and girls will not be impressed with her beauty queen status and her self absorption . Because she has not leaned basic skills like caring about others and non selfishness and sharing, early on, she will no doubt have a horrible time adjusting in a school setting.
She has been conditioned to only thinking of herself and not about others. She is conditioned to thinking about her looks in a competitive way. Heaven help another child who is better looking and more popular and gets more attention. Mackenzie won’t like it for sure and may act out in a bad way. In fact another contestant reported on camera that Mackenzie tried to bite her. Let her try that at school and she will be in huge trouble with potential law suits by the bitten child’s parents.
And who do I blame- Mr.and Mrs. Myers who both sit there like bumps on a log and constantly allow this ill behaved child to run over them. They are not doing her any favors by not disciplining her.
This child needed to spend most of her day in time out based on the behavior we witnessed on the show. Back in the day, she would have received a swat on her behind for that mouthiness. And she would have not been allowed to compete in any pageants unless she showed some manners and respect.
It doesn’t take a PhD in psychology, a psychic or a soothsayer to predict Mackenzie’s future. She is ruined forever and it is too late to change her unless she has a lot of therapy to undo the damage done to her by her lax and over indulgent parents. Instead spending useless money to win additional crowns and paying expensive pageant entry fees dresses, makeup, wigs, gas, and plane fare, Mr. And Mrs. Myers need to invest in a good therapist for Mackenzie in my view. They need to use the money they spend on gas to get to the pageant , to instead get to a homeless shelter so Mackenzie can learn the lesson of sharing by taking a good portion of her toys and stuffed animals and give them to homeless children or to children at her local children’s hospital.
Instead of The Myers depending on Mackenzie to win a few hundred dollars in pageant money, Mrs. Meyers needs to spend her time getting a job (and there are jobs where she could work from home in case she is home schooling Mackenzie).
Many of these Toxic Parents live through their children. The show is filled with unattractive, ill dressed, and morbidly obese parents who clealry live through their cute pint sized “thin” (for now) daughters. These mothers are not beauties and usually have never been one, so they feel a sense of accomplishment and esteem when their baby daughters get a beauty prize.
But what they fail to realize is that EVERYONE who enters the pageant gets a crown or a title so they are motivated keep coming back next year. In essence, many of these pageants are often duping the parents into thinking they have the most special and beautiful child when they really don’t. The pagent makes a lot of money as they acknowledge every participant and declare them a winner . The crown validates the parent’s over indulgent behavior, the money they spent on dresses and gas.
It’s is all too sickening. At this tender age of growth and development and personality formation, these little girls need to be learning that beauty is on the inside not just on the outside. They need to learn that pretty is as pretty does. That is worth more than any pageant win. If they don’t learn this lesson immediately, heaven help what kind of women they will grow up to be.- narcissistic, self indulgent, entitled and selfish creatures .
The girl also tells us on camera how cute and adorable she is. In one of her dance routines she puts her fingers into the sides of her cheeks to make a cutesy pose as she dances. It is all too nauseating to look at. At the end of her dance routine, she is quite adept at blowing a kiss to each specific judge which is supposed to sway them into voting for her. It teaches her how to be manipulative by using her looks and cuteness. The only thing is that after you watch her in action, her cuteness suddenly diminishes.