Get over the gender division
I fail to understand why people can't stop putting everything in boxes. And they don't even spare the kids. So, if you have a boy you've got to stick to blue coloured things for pink is for a girl. What if I don't feel like dressing up my boy in blue? What if I want to add some pink to his wadrobe? I think the colour looks great on him. So, I will do these things and I have been doing these things but the judgementals don't seem to be digesting this out of the box approach well.
I have come across almost a dozen people of late who asked me if Shivansh is a girl. Well he has long hair and I intend to keep it that way for a while because it looks good on him. And yes, I will be using hairbands, rubberbands and clips to keep his shiny hair in order. Now, that definitely does not make him a girl. Similarly, if a girl has short hair or she dresses up in t-shirts and denims, she does not become a boy.
I'm okay with inquistive strangers asking if the baby is a boy or a girl. But, I definitely have an issue with these stereotypical lot that would walk up to you and say, "you've tied a pony for your boy, is he a girl?" Like really! Did that someone just ask that question. How on Earth can someone say something like that. I think I'd always fail to understand this lot I do hope to witness some change in this mentality.
PS- Dear baby be what you want to be. Dress the way you'd like. Don't be a follower be worth being followed. Mumma loves you 😘
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