No. Not me. Although after the last few weeks, I have thought about putting out a want ad, or better a "NOW HIRING: Man with libido who loves kids and will do it with a large pregnant woman."
Okay. Off topic there. Sorry.
But really, I'm talking about the lovely hat I saw at Old Navy last week. YEP. Aside from the "cowboy wanted" shirt pointed out so eloquently by my NOW PREGGO pal Christina (WEEEHOOO!), I saw that hat.
And I nearly barfed right on it.
I know we talked about this before, but let's talk about it just a little more. Because you know what? I'm sick of it. And I want to find out how tolerant you are of it. Do you let your girls where the cute chick, pretty princess, spoiled rotten t-shirts? Why or why not?
And if not, do you have a hard time finding stuff for her to wear that you feel is appropriate? And what do you deem as appropriate for your child?
I threw out a shirt from my SIL that had princess something all over it. It really wasn't even that bad, but I'm just so OVER the whole my little pretty princess crap. Everything is so GENDERIZED... and you can't get away from it.
There's this whole group blog thing called "Moms for Modesty" or something like that and while I'm not really so keen on that either, I wonder really how far we're willing to go - particularly when our daughters get older and watch television for ONE MILISECOND and see the short skirts and tube tops. And then if you say no, do they run into the girl's room at school and change?
UGH. I feel drawn to putting my daughter in pants just to say "Screw you" to the all the makers of the ridiculous girl clothes. And really, I don't loathe dresses or skirts (however, I think tights and stockings are mighty annoying myself so I imagine my daughter might feel the same way).
What about you? What's your stance on this whole thing? What's your limit in terms of what you'll put on your daughter?