The line

16 Nov

Princess dresses, fairy outfits, tiaras and handbags were being strewn about on the playroom floor as Hannah searched for a specific costume.

“I want to wear a purple skirt.” Daniel told me, eying the purple dress that landed at his feet.

He carried the item in question over to me and I helped him put it on.

Dressing up is fun for ALL little kids.

Dressing up is fun for ALL little kids.

“Here Daniel,” Hannah said as she put a purse over his shoulder.

He slipped his feet into a pair of Hannah’s plastic dress up heels.  “I’m walking, I’m walking!” He told us, excited that he could walk in them without falling over.

Hannah grabbed the hot pink wig and placed it on Daniel’s head.

“NO, I’M NOT HAVING PINK HAIR.” He told us disgustedly while flinging it off his head.

Dress: Fine
Purse: Welcomed
Heels: Super fun
Pink wig: Absolutely not.

The line has been drawn.

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6 Responses to “The line”

  1. Casey November 18, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    I think it’s great to give your son the option to be exposed to ‘all things girly’ there is nothing wrong with it. If he wants to wear a purple skirt so be it! I applaud you for not being a crazy person and refusing to let your son do what he wants to do!

    • Mommy Adventures November 18, 2013 at 8:48 pm #

      Thanks 🙂 They don’t know about girls things and boys things, it’s all just things to them.

  2. Chrissy November 18, 2013 at 9:45 pm #

    That’s so cute. I remember my son at the same age having his own cabbage patch oll just so he could play with his sister and her girl friends. Mind you, the cabbage patch doll was male and wore overalls. Such fun! Miss those days.

    • Mommy Adventures November 20, 2013 at 8:43 pm #

      My parents are sending them a cabbage patch doll each for Christmas. I loved Cabbage Patch dolls when I was growing up 🙂

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