I'm sure a lot of you saw that article where the parents aren't telling anyone whether their baby is a boy or girl..it's probably even been discussed already since I haven't been in answers for awhile. They aren't even going to fill the child in on gender differences. Does this seem like it would do any good to you? What I mean is... it seems that a lot of that stuff is hardwired in. I can tell differences between my daughter and son already, and he is only one. He definitely gives meaning to the phrase "boys will be boys." And by that I mean... he is very stereotypically "boy" even at this age. Climbing, wrestling, eating like a pig...and my God how his face lights up when he sees a ball.
He's one, so obviously he's too young to realize "Hey, I'm a boy...so I should like these things..." It seems as though me treating him as gender neutral would only have him confused or wondering what was wrong later...since he is naturally inclined to "boy-ness."
If he were more feminine or whatever, that would be fine too...I'm just saying in general.
What do you think?
Asked by Anonymous at 7:50 PM on May. 31, 2011 in Just for Fun
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