At the end of the day it comes down to caring what other people think and being afraid. I don't care what other people think about my sons if they choose to wear something society deems "girly" and if people want to judge my parenting based on what my sons wear well that's their issue. If anyone ever dared mention something nasty to my sons I'd stick up for them in a calm, adult manner so he could see that there is nothing wrong or shameful in dressing how he pleases. I'd rather teach my children to be brave and be themselves than to hide who they are for fear of close-minded people teasing them.
Love this pic too.
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