Sunday, May 29, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Boy - Size 10 clothing Size 4.5-5 shoes
Girl : 7-8 Tops/pants Size 2 shoes
2 Toddlers: 3T clothing size 8 and 9 shoes
1 toddler: 2T clothing and size 7 wide shoes
Dad: Work clothes XL shirts and 38x32 pants (business casual polo shirts preferred size XL -- "Manly" muted colors -- no pinks, purples, peaches, etc.... He prefers flat front dockers size 38 x 32. His shoe size is 11 1/2.)
Everyone needs socks, underwear, jammies
newborn baby girl things
Gift Cards to Vitacost, Walmart, Target, Sam's Club, Gas Cards. (Super Walmart is the only grocery store close to where they will be staying)
Size 4 and 5 diapers -- ALL three toddlers wear these to bed...so this is a high priority! Any brand is fine!!
Hair products for Girl -- No More Tears and None of your Frizziness
Headbands, hairwraps, and any other hair accessories.
Friday, May 13, 2011
Monday, May 2, 2011
- When he chose the glittery shoes, I did not want him to feel as if there was a wrong choice
- Am I aware that people will have something to say if I let him wear the glittery sparkly shoes, YES...... Am I prepared to defend more of my parenting choices, I do this daily.
- He has longer hair than most boys and He already gets called a girl all based on his hair. He can be decked out in camo shorts and spiderman shirts, wearing Cars Light up shoes AND he will receive "she is just the cutest" comments ..many of these daily
- No, I am not going to cut his hair yet. I will if he asks
- What are your thoughts on toddler learning in relation to introducing gender identity? Have you already started teaching gender identity?