It doesn't matter if your daughter is decked out in pink with a big bow in her hair, there will always be someone who asks "his" age. The same thing happens when your son wears his "brother" shirt and a stranger compliments you on "her beautiful eyes." People often speak before they assess the situation even when the truth is written on your child's top. But we're curious if you think girls get mistaken for boys more often or the reverse?
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