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December 15, 2006

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theresa

I understand completely! Before we had our baby boy (8 months ago) we decided not to find out the sex, so I was buying clothes that I considered gender neutral (because I didn't want anything pink or frilly)... of course girls can wear boys clothes more easily than boys wearing girls clothes, but it ended up being a lot of blues and greens, blacks and greys and browns. I guess it's good we had a boy because even in the clothes I dress him in people still ask if he's a girl! Even when I think he looks totally "boy". I think there's a huge void of modern/cool baby clothes for both genders. Pia's outfit is adorable!

Jussi

Alison! don't you dare go putting any ribbons or bows on that dear wee head!

Anne E.

I had the same problems with people thinking my son is a girl, just because we kept his hair a little longer than most. He could be wearing a totally boy outfit, jeans and a blue tee-shirt with a truck on it and parents at the playground still assumed he’s a girl.

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