I was raised in a tough family, meaning as a little girl I was allowed to play with trucks, play football, climb trees, make mud puddles, shoot a BB gun, and I was always taught to stick up for myself and that sometimes sticking up for myself meant throwing a punch. I am raising my girls the same way. My ex seems to have a problem with letting the girls get dirty, and letting them play with trucks or taking them to see the Monster Truck shows, or teaching them to skateboard. My girls are still very much little girls. My 4 year old is a little diva, she has 14 pairs of shoes, loves clothes shopping, and still talks like a little princess. She also likes trucks, skateboarding, singing, and playing guitar. My 3 year old likes getting dirty, playing with bugs, and watching the fights on TV, she also has an addiction to skull knitted hats, clothes shopping, painting her fingernails and wants to play drums. She also likes modeling.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:44 PM on Aug. 3, 2009 in Preschoolers (3-4)
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Answer by older at 2:48 PM on Aug. 3, 2009
I have a daughter and when she gets bigger, she can be a girlie girl or a tomboy or a little bit of both lol .
I was both I loved girlie stuff but played rough and my best cousin was a boy at the time.
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