Quoting TantricLemons:" people don't so much get upset at me, because they think that I have a son >.<"
Quoting Maria + Cory = Alexis:" I had a pink Disney princess blanket draped over my daughter's car seat and people still ask if she is ... [snip!] ... ask if she is a boy. I am like WTF? Don't you see the pink? Dress your kid how you want because in the end people are stupid. "I've had people do that too. The first time I looked at the lady like she was an idiot and I had to catch myself and not be mean to her. lol I'm a smart ass when I'm sleep deprived...
Quoting Tasha Norman:" haha same here. I think the ratio of my daughter being called a boy to a girl is like 10 to 1 at least."Even in my daughters pink carseat >.< but its all good to me because I dont need her being only told how pretty she is. I am totally ok with people using "male" adjectives to describe her... you know smart, strong fast
Quoting Derpy Hooves:" My daughter had a black tee shirt that said got milk? in white print like the ad slogan. And someone ... [snip!] ... thing? I had her in a pink onesie as an infant and someone asked why my son was in pink... some people are just smurfing idiots."
Quoting Holly Marie Read:" I find it to be a little funny. We have several outfits that I put her in that would be considered "boy" ... [snip!] ... ? ;P Why do people seem to care about the little things so much when it comes to babies... especially OTHER PEOPLE'S babies?"Everyone thinks DS is a girl because his hair is a tiny bit long even though I put him in "boy" clothes. Is annoying.
Quoting BabyJsMama:" My husband calls my daughter "son" sometimes because of how I dress her. I'm not girly, and neither is she. I figure as long as we're comfortable, the clothes don't matter."My DH does that if DD is wearing yellow and jeans and I just let the bitch out of her cage and go "you didn't have the right sperm for sons" (we have 2 DDs), he shuts up then.