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    When I paint my toenails DS always asks for it. I paint his and some people comment but doesn't bother me. It's one of the things as long as he wants it, I am happy to oblige.

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    My boys have never asked. Ds#2 asked for "shadow eyes" once tho and i let him. He was so stoked. If they asked i'd do it. Prolly toes tho, as they are older now and already cop flack from other kids for being different.

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    My son is one of 3 girls. He wants what they want. He has long hair, wears dresses and if he wanted I would paint his nails.

    He is often mistaken for a girl. Until he cares DH and I couldn't care less what others think.

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    I would say no too, because of the mess and permanency of it, but I'd also say no to DD, as she doesn't sit still and would get it everywhere. I think some things are just for adults or older children too, I'd say no to make up for my kids too, no matter what their gender.

    And those parents, how awful! Just awful, and we wonder why bullying seems to be getting worst, its because parent of the bullies justify their behaviour. It makes me sick to the stomach.

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    I not only let my 4 yr old son wear nail polish, he joined me for my latest pedicure! He chose yellow and black to be like batman. He liked the foot spa. We enjoyed ourselves and ds has never had bad comments when he is wearing polish (usually only on his toes, but he has also had it on his fingers before).

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmetterling18 View Post
    I not only let my 4 yr old son wear nail polish, he joined me for my latest pedicure! He chose yellow and black to be like batman. He liked the foot spa. We enjoyed ourselves and ds has never had bad comments when he is wearing polish (usually only on his toes, but he has also had it on his fingers before).
    Why haven't I done this yet?

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    I wouldn't offer it up, but if my DS asked I would do it. I would have said something about the teasing: that is not cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schmetterling18 View Post
    I not only let my 4 yr old son wear nail polish, he joined me for my latest pedicure! He chose yellow and black to be like batman. He liked the foot spa. We enjoyed ourselves and ds has never had bad comments when he is wearing polish (usually only on his toes, but he has also had it on his fingers before).
    That sounds like fun!!

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    I would let DS have painted nails if he wanted, but at his age now I honestly don't think he'd allow me to do it. He hates being groomed (hair cuts, hair washing, nail trimming etc).

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    Ds is 2, he asked for nail polish while I was painting my nails, it doesn't bother me in the slightest so I pained his thumb nail, he looked at it, smiled and promptly licked it off. Yep, that's my boy lol


 

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