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Irony thy name is pink.

standard November 14, 2009 5 responses
Just One Year Crocheted Bootie from Target

One of my best friends is having a baby shower tomorrow. It’s a bit of an nontraditional shower giving that she’s having her second child, but she wasn’t able to have one for the first so we’re making up for it a few years late.

She had a son the first time around. This time she’s having a girl.

A cute widdle girl.

A few weeks ago she came face to face to my every growing laundry pile (the clean stuff, I keep the dirty stuff hidden.) and she laughed.

“It’s so pink!” She said, with barely veiled horror tinged with amusement in her voice.

“Oh the sweet girl,” I thought, looking at her bulging belly. “Just you wait.”

There is no fighting the tide of pink when you have a baby girl. Even if you try, you can’t win. I know, I tried. My girls wore lots of blue for those first few months. And then they discovered pink and it was all over.

I kid you not, Little L learned to say “Mama” when she was five months old. The next word she said, months later, was “Pink.”

Tonight I headed out to the store to get a shower gift. I was determined to load up on pink, lots and lots of pink. I wanted to overwhelm her with pink. A bit of a tongue-in-cheek gift if you will. Pink booties, pink blanket, pink rattle, pink sippy cup – with princesses for added effect, more pink booties, pink gift bag. Pink, pink, pink. No more dinosaurs and trucks for that mama! She needs to be indoctrinated to the pink world of princesses and tutus!

My cart loaded up with enough pink to make someone nauseous (too bad Pepto is also pink), I went and collected a few things we needed around the house.

Namely new underwear for C and Little. For C because she has outgrown her first batch, and for Little L because I harbor the hope that gorgeous underwear will motivate her to do more than sit on the potty wearing her diaper.

The underwear I picked out?

Princesses, Tinkerbell, and Hello Kitty.

All pink.

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  • As I walk through the halls of my school, I have to laugh, the lower the grade the more the pink. Coats, hoodies, backpacks, lunch boxes…peek into the rooms and it’s more of the same.

    Teaching fourth grade, only one year younger, has brought more pink into my life too.

    Around fifth grade they start turning more to black and gray, which when you think about it, is kind of sad.

  • You can’t avoid the pink! 90% of A’s clothes are handmedowns from other moms of older baby girls and yes, 75% of it is pink. The remains are purple, yellow, red, white, with occassional forays into green and blue. It is insane how much pink there is!

  • I so agree, my daughter LOVES pink … this year it’s actually pink and brown but last year it was PINK ON PINK everything!! LOL

    Congrats to your friend, she is in for a fun time with a daughter! I have two sons and one daughter, luckily my daughter was born first because she was an easy baby which made me want more, the boys on the other hand … have been difficult from day 1 … not in a “bad” way just a lot different than my daughter was!

    Can’t wait to see what your friend thinks of her pink gifts!

  • I so agree, my daughter LOVES pink … this year it’s actually pink and brown but last year it was PINK ON PINK everything!! LOL

    Congrats to your friend, she is in for a fun time with a daughter! I have two sons and one daughter, luckily my daughter was born first because she was an easy baby which made me want more, the boys on the other hand … have been difficult from day 1 … not in a “bad” way just a lot different than my daughter was!

    Can’t wait to see what your friend thinks of her pink gifts!

  • Not only can you not avoid the pink – you will grow to love it!! I was very anti-pink before my daughter was born. Now I excitedly buy her pink tutu type dresses.

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