While I tend to parent in a mostly gender neutral way, I still get a bit annoyed when I have to correct people when they call my son "she" or tell him he's "so pretty." I think it's mostly the polite Midwesterner in me that hates correcting people. That said, I couldn't not buy something from the Calypso St. Barth For Target line for my son . . . except all of the kids' clothes were girls' clothes. Undeterred, I found a way to make this Toddler Tunic ($13) work for my son. We tested it out on a day in Brooklyn and Manhattan, and I was pleased to note that only one out of about 10 passersby called him a girl (and I blame that on his cute curls).
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