One of my favorite shirts that C owns is a bright pink Ralph Lauren polo. The shirt itself has sentimental meaning to me as it is a gift from a close friend.
Throughout his life, thus far, C has been mistaken for a girl only 4 times. All of those times were the days in which he was wearing his pink polo. Now I know that everyone’s child is mistaken for the opposite sex, at some point. I also don’t have a problem with people thinking my son is a girl. With that being said, it is interesting to me how people respond when they seem C in pink:
- A little girl on the playground came up and asked me if C was a boy or a girl. I told her that he is a boy and she said “but he’s wearing PINK.” I love the mind of a child because the next…
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