If I can finish all my day's work in a day, then I am not dreaming big enough.
My youngest wears a lot of green and yellow because that is what I have for the first few months. We didn't know what the first baby was going to be until after she was born, so at the shower we got greens and yellows. I save the few pink/purple outfits she has for going out. And yes, she still gets called "he." My son got called "she." By now, with my fourth, it just doesn't really bother me. I shake my head and move on.
That's my slide girl! Frankly, I think she should wear not-pink more often.
So funny. I was just going to write a post about this same topic because two times recently I've had Alethea out in an obviously girly outfit and had sales people in stores refer to her as a "he". What is it about bright pink that doesn't tip people off? Sigh. My poor bald baby.
she is so cute:)
i didn't start enjoying pink until a few years ago and people didn't seem to be confused about whether I was a girl...it must just be a baby thing. :)
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