LIVINGSTON, N.Y. — “I’m going to put on some long underwear,” the boy said.

“How long are you going to wear it?”

I asked.

I can’t tell you, he said.

“I’m just going to do it.”

“I love your underwear,” I said. 

I could tell the boy had a problem.

We all do.

A mother wears a long skirt, a father wears a short skirt, or a daughter wears a bikini top.

Or maybe I’m just a bit of a fashion obsessive, obsessed with fashion, and have spent days, sometimes weeks, obsessing over a particular pair of pants or shirt or jacket.

But the boy’s pants, shirt, and jacket were all too long, and he could barely fit his little hand in them.

The boy’s mom has the right to decide what kind of underwear she wants her son to wear.

And I can tell she loves the look.

So I decided to give her the right of a choice, too.

For this story, we asked parents and caregivers in the New York area about their opinions on the right length of underwear for children.

Some people just want their children to wear shorts, some people want to have a more casual style, and some people just don’t like the look of long underwear.

I’ve been in the lingerie business since 1998, when I began selling my first lingerie line, which was called “Couples of Color.”

I had to work hard to find and market lingerie products that fit the needs of a wide range of people.

In the early days, I was the only adult on my staff, so I didn’t get to speak to people from all walks of life.

However, as the lingeries industry has evolved, the size of the audience has expanded.

Now it’s hard to stay up-to-date with trends, and my customers have come from all over the world.

I’m excited to be part of the conversation.

What do you think?

What are your thoughts on the length of the underwear?

Please leave a comment below.