I haven't had a lot of experience, but I think what I do know is that everything is easier when mothers also take the step.
It is legitimate for the mother to have worn the belt until marriage, but if the girls reach the age to wear theirs, I think it is better if the mother resumes its use.
The girl is going to see everything as a more natural process and that it is neither a punishment nor mistrust or anything negative, and that, and it is important for me, that everyone at home has the same rules.
It is also normal for advice to go from mother to daughter, in my house, as my daughter started with the belt several months before my wife, it is the other way around.
Who was more interested in you wearing a belt, your mother or your father? How much they check your belt shows that they know their stuff.
Laura It's up to husbands for married women
I agree, but I think from my experience that husband would do well to maké his wife wear a belt. At least in my home that improved the situation a lot.
Excuse the question: you wouldn't have preferred that your mother had also taken It?