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Old 06-30-2012, 06:22 PM   #21
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She'll figure it out. I'm not a girly girl, but my 5yo only wears skirts/dresses, always wants her hair braided/fixed and once used chapstick for eye shadow.


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Old 07-03-2012, 02:11 PM   #22
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I have a daughter and I'm totally relying on her friends and two aunts to teach her what she needs to know if she chooses to have an interest in makeup/hair/fashion. Me and makeup do not mix.
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Old 07-03-2012, 02:17 PM   #23
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Don't count on her being a Tom boy. I have a girly girl and 4 boys. She'll beat them at any game she'll just be looking really frilly while doing it.

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I am the biggest tom boy. I dont wear dresses or make up, my idea of "doing" my hair is pulling it back in a poneytail or bun. My 3 DD on the other hand is a girly girl, the more pink, sparkles, and frills it has the more she loves it. I dont have a clue what I am going to do with her.
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Even if you were "in the know" now, you wouldn't be by the time she gets to that age. Don't fret. You'll find ways to connect and outlets to get advice from if she asks something you don't know.

Besides, an excuse to have a girl's day out and get pampered while teaching her stuff? Pft. Count me in.

ETA: I was a huge tomboy, still am really, and my sister is not in ANY way. My mom isn't girly at all. My sister learned her fashion from magazines and friends, and her make up from friends as well. I taught myself make up starting from a Bobbi Brown book, and then experimented. While Jr. High was ...well, a disaster for my make up skills, from HS to now I am amazing at it. No idea why. I just figured out what worked for me.

And plus, think about it. You won't have the identical same complexion, coloring, body type, etc as your DD. So either way it would be new territory. It's really not that scary if you take it one girly moment at a time.

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Old 07-05-2012, 12:13 AM   #26
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I use to be a girly girl but since I've had kids, not so much. I love watching bubzbeauty on youtube though. She has hair and make tutorials (and on other topics as well) and I have gotten some really great tips.

Just try not to stress about it I'm the mom standing in the toy aisle around the boys birthdays asking dh what little boys like to play with. I am getting better but having grown up in a house of 4 girls (I have 3 sisters) girl stuff took over.
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