Mighty Life List
Feb 17 2010

Elsewhere: Mighty Junior

In The Pink

You bought her trucks, encouraged her to play in the mud, used gender-neutral pronouns. She announced that she was a princess and refused to wear anything but pink. Actually, she won’t even eat anything that isn’t pink.

It’s a phase, so why not indulge her a little? Where can you get some miniature pink surgical scrubs?

9 Responses to “Elsewhere: Mighty Junior”

  • mp Says:

    Is it a phase Maggie? Is it really? I certainly hope so.

  • Kimba Says:

    Mighty Maggie, I’ve been looking all over the place for some cute beach cover up items for my son, and there is none to be found! I loved this, (http://www.lepetitkids.com/petit-bateau-kids-clothes-shorty-61185.html), but am unsure on buying it for my son since he’s 14 mths (though on the small small end). Something like unto it. Can’t find a thing! Though as always, there is a boatload of cute girl items out there. Sigh. I’m hoping you girls at Mighty know of other places to look…Anyway – just a wish and a hope from little old me!

  • Leah Says:

    very cute. My friend’s son, actually, is obsessed with purple and has decided that *he* is a very pretty princess who loves unicorns. I should send this her way :)

  • steph Says:

    are you trying to tell us something Maggie?

  • Pamela Says:

    Oh my gosh, how cute! You have to link to the book Pinkalicious. It’s the Pink Bible to every three-year-old girl I know.

  • Megan Says:

    Ruffle-butt panties are awesome…at any age.

  • Bachelor Girl Says:

    I think I’m going to buy a Bubbalou Band for myself.

    Don’t judge me.

  • WarsawMommy Says:

    Oh, cute!

    I have two boys, so I like to look at all this girly pink stuff and just smile at its sweetness. If I actually HAD a girl, though, I think I’d get all feminist and conflicted and weird about ‘pink! Barbie! Argh!”. But as it is, I just look at it and enjoy it. Thanks!

  • Jennifer Says:

    Pink was not always a girlie color! Love this article on Broadsheet (plus, it’s by an old schoolmate of mine!)
    http://www.salon.com/life/broadsheet/feature/2010/02/22/power_of_pink/index.html