I would not like my mom to be Waverly’s mom I can’t even imagine how I could live and here are some reasons why I would not like to live with her, she is moody, a show-off and a strict mom. She always would be mad when her children talked back to her no matter if they are right or wrong and is always pretending to be a know it all.
She is moody that when even someone says something bad to her, her mood chges instantly even when she is super happy she still gets mad at small things she. For example. “It’s just so embarrassing.” “….Embarrass you be my daughter?” Her voice was cracking with anger (Tan 5). As you can see she got mad at Waverly for saying something back at her. Not to mention she is always changing her mood she was happy right before Waverly said that to her and when they were at the church during Christmas she thanked the benefactor that gave them the chess set, but when they got home she told them to throw it away even though she was just gladly accepting it “When we got home, my mother told Vincent to throw the chess set away.” (5).
Nobody likes somebody that brags or show-off something every time they see them, Waverly’s mom is always like that like that. “This my daughter Wave-ly Jong,” she said to whoever looked her way.” (5). Before Waverly became a champion chess player her mom never bragged about her, but after she was famous she always wanted Waverly to be with her whenever they went somewhere she was showing her off like she just won a great big trophy to something important a even though Waverly did everything her mom pretended that she did all the work so that she could win taking all the responsibility. She did not even do anything Waverly did all of it she used her precious lifesavers that she got from Christmas so that she could even play chess against her brothers
Waverly is probably such a good child that listens and behaves because her mom is really strict. This is one of the good traits she has to me I think a strict parent leads children away from being spoiled brats that do nothing by themselves. “Bite back your tongue,” scolded my mother when I cried loudly (1) this shows that she does not want Waverly to whine or cry when she wants something really badly, but when she finished shopping she still bought the plums for Waverly this shows that she cares about her but also is strict with her so she turns out into a good person that can survive without getting everything they want, but she Is sometimes too strict for example when she would not allow her to play in the local chess tournaments and sometimes she does not give them enough freedom to choose what they wanted to do
Even though Waverly’s mother is always moody, a big show-off and a very strict mom she still help Waverly become the girl she is now you can say that she deserves a little bit of the credit for Waverly become a chess champion. But can you live through what Waverly lived through when you don’t even have your own voice to anything, when you get shown off all the time even when your mother can’t even pronounce her own daughters name correctly?