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Sunday, April 16, 2006 

It wasn't supposed to end up this way....

I always swore that I would never do it. My mom did it to me, and to this day I can't look at anything with a ruffle or flounce. I am just now starting to wear shirts with ruching, and I'm 34.

Nope, I was not going to make my daughter a girly-girl.

Well, this morning LMD woke up and asked if the Easter Bunny brought her a "Princess Basket". (Yep, he did.) She then gleefully went outside and collected all the pink eggs in the yard, telling me the other colored eggs were Cman's.

She was resplendent in pink pjs, pink dress-up shoes, and pink earrings. I had a fully coordinated diva workin' it at 7 am.

I wonder if she can give me some fashion coaching?

You didn't do it. That child was born girly. I can tell. We always recognize our own kind. :?)

lol...I'm not overtly girly but man...my daughter is ALL. ABOUT. THE PINK.

Today she was telling ME what to wear for Easter...lol (she's 5)

I'm definitely not a girly girl, don't remember the last time I wore make-up or attempted to do my hair, but my little darling is all about dresses, shoes, jewlery, and Barbie. I HATE Barbie! Where did this come from?

That's funny! I tried to make my daughter a tomboy. I dressed her in denim coveralls, made me slop through the mud with me on the farm.... but there was no way. She'd come home, and get properly dressed in pink and high heels (at age 8) Now she's black, metal and fish net, but she's still very feminine...

deanna (the rlc)

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