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    Default Buying gender-specific clothes?

    Do it! I'm dressing my boy in pink dp already knows this! Lmao.

    He says 'he will have homosexual style and that's okay'. My lesbian friends are horrified I'm dressing a girl in pink! Lol.

    There is a site called childrensalon if you really want to ummmmmm..... I dunno?! Get into bank card trouble bahahaha!! One the lovelies suggested it to me on here. And omg. ADDICTED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Do it! I'm dressing my boy in pink dp already knows this! Lmao.

    He says 'he will have homosexual style and that's okay'. My lesbian friends are horrified I'm dressing a girl in pink! Lol.

    There is a site called childrensalon if you really want to ummmmmm..... I dunno?! Get into bank card trouble bahahaha!! One the lovelies suggested it to me on here. And omg. ADDICTED.
    There's dressing a boy in pink and dressing a boy in a pink tennis dress!

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    I'm not superstitous but i'd buy it but then buy a boys item aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    There's dressing a boy in pink and dressing a boy in a pink tennis dress!
    Well okay... Maybe I watch too much modern family

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    I have bought one little black and white onesie .. Won't no the sex for a few more weeks ..

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    Default Buying gender-specific clothes?

    I have a mix of girly and boyish colored clothes and now really think I'm having a boy. Except I'm the sort of person who will dress my boy in a pink and white shirt and my daughter in a boys dinosaur shirt

    And yeah there are always sales on so don't worry you'll have another chance at getting it

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    Default Buying gender-specific clothes?

    I have a ds so baby 2 will be wearing his stuff inside regardless but just like u I went to dj's on Boxing Day and bought a few girl clothes, couldn't resist a good sale. If I have another boy I'll either return them or give away as a presents.

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    I have bought a whole heap of girl clothes and a whole heap of boy clothes , and dot know what I'm having. I figure I'll just put it away and if I never have a boy/girl I'll just pop it on eBay or give as a gift

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    If I really loved it, I would buy it anyway. As mentioned, if you do have a boy, you could always return it or give it to a friend/family member. Or just keep it because you love it! Up to you. Mostly we got gender-neutral stuff before we knew we were having a girl, and even after we knew, because we preferred it that way. When they're really little, it's more about what you like seeing them in, not what they like. So you buy whatever you think your baby will look gorgeous and be physically comfortable in, because it will make you happy. These rules, of course, are thrown out the window where grandmothers are concerned, because they will buy whatever they want, regardless of your wishes . On the plus side, nearly all the clothing we have from number 1 will suit number 2, regardless of what it is!
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    My theory is if I buy clothes before bub is born it isn't included in our budget later lol so Im trying to get neutral in various sizes. DH thinks I'm mad and wasting money but my other theory is I have baby shower gifts ready to go too


 

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