Thursday, February 26, 2009

Her words about Feminine Attire...



This precious little girl is our "middle" child.
She often has a mind of her own, is creating and dreaming in her own little world much of the time!  Friends smile at her fear of nothing!  The Pediatrician said that she would be the first in for stitches or a broken bone.. this child, my little tomboy is always in a dress.
Climbing trees are done in a dress, she even rides her bike in a dress.

Here are her words about feminine attire:
(from a 6 year old)

Wearing dresses makes me want to dance!
 I think wearing dresses..its more like a girl and it makes me feel good.
 I don't like shopping unless it is looking for dresses... 
it is more fun than shopping for other clothes, like pants.  
Makes me want to do girl stuff like going on dates with daddy to the tea room.

Coming up next..
 what the little Knight thinks about all this stuff
 and
Some easy skirt tutorials




6 comments:

  1. My second daughter is the same way. I have a picture of her which embodies it purely: wearing a tutu and wielding a sword!

    She too speaks her mind so freely that she's been nicknamed Sassafras. I love her spirit. But, oh! She does loathe a dress unless it is just. right.

    I need to work on this. Thanks for the gentle reminder.

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  2. How precious...I wish I had wanted to wear skirts and dresses when I was young. I enjoyed wearing them in private but in public I thought people would think that I was too girly, however skirts do not make you girly but lovely. There is a nice line in between those two. Now I wear skirts all the time...I can hardly think of not wearing one! :)

    Have a Great Day!

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  3. Hey Trinity Mommy, I've been enjoying your posts on feminine dressing and took the challenge as well. Thank you for your thoughtful words.

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  4. She is precious. You would never know by her words on feminine attire that she is a tomboy. Thanks for sharing this.

    Blessings,
    Elizabeth

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  5. My second daughter is the same way. I have a picture of her which embodies it purely: wearing a tutu and wielding a sword!

    She too speaks her mind so freely that she's been nicknamed Sassafras. I love her spirit. But, oh! She does loathe a dress unless it is just. right.

    I need to work on this. Thanks for the gentle reminder.

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  6. She is precious. You would never know by her words on feminine attire that she is a tomboy. Thanks for sharing this.

    Blessings,
    Elizabeth

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