If I hear this one more time...ETA update again w/pics pg 28 & 29
Okay, so this is my son. Yes, his hair is long. If you saw how hard he fights every time I cut his bangs, you would understand why I keep it long.
But I am so, so, so tired of everyone calling him a girl. I always dress him very boyish to try to prevent this, but sometimes I think I could write 'boy' on his forehead and people (especially women over the age of 60) would still call him a girl every time! Does anyone else have this problem?
Edit: okay, I'm not an idiot. I know my son has long hair. I know that long hair is traditionally worn on girls. The point I was trying to make in this post was that everyone always assumes he is a girl, even when he is dressed like a boy. I just think it's weirder to assume that I dress my daughter like a boy than that I have a son with long hair!
For all the people who asked, I put pictures of him when he was tiny on page 28 and 29