All Blog Posts Tagged 'gender' (13)

Helping boys remember

A few weeks ago, I thought my memory could use some work. But after talking with some friends about my memory gaps, I've determined that I have a pretty good memory. I can remember little details around my childhood; lectures that I attended in college and loads of details about my time with my wonderful husband.…

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Added by Lauren Markman on November 5, 2014 at 6:32am — No Comments

Nickle and diming the kids

My son is a picky dresser.



I've not been allowed to pick out his clothing for at least two years. Yes, I supply him with enough neutral pants/shorts so he generally matches, but it is quite clear that I am not allowed to pick out his shirts. If he needs new clothes, then he is picking them…

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Added by Lauren Markman on July 30, 2014 at 6:33am — No Comments

Is your House Gender Appropriate? Why?

 Are you buying gender appropriate gifts this holiday season?

As the mother of three boys, whose husband travels for work, I spend A LOT of time with my little men. It would only make sense that they have a lot of feminine exposure. If I come home with a new pair of shoes, they want to see them and tell me how cool they are. When a commercial comes on…

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Added by Ellie Hirsch on December 19, 2013 at 10:57am — No Comments

Fun Ways To Determine Your Baby’s Gender – Am I Having A Boy or A Girl?

From the moment I found out that I was expecting with each one of my children, I couldn’t wait until I was able to have ultrasound done during the later half of the second trimester so that I could find out the gender of my baby.  In fact, I have figured out how some couples or moms can make it through their entire pregnancy not knowing the sex on the…

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Added by Christy Garrett on July 11, 2013 at 5:38pm — No Comments

Rock said, "I want butterflies and flowers too!"

What would you do if your toddler son says he wants to have butterflies and flowers tattoos and paint his nails?



What would you say to your daughter who wants a fierce moustache like daddy…

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Added by Felicia Tan on February 20, 2013 at 11:45am — No Comments

Pink is Just a Color and so is Blue....available soon

Finally!!

My new book, Pink is Just a Color and so is Blue will be available on Amazon in 2 weeks. 

 

 Pink is Just a Color and so is Blue is inspired by my 2 boys.  I once heard my older son telling my younger one that he was “like a girl” because he liked the color pink and enjoyed playing with toys that some people might…

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Added by Niki Bhatia on September 27, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Do Women Need to Think Like Men to Succeed in Business?

In a recent conversation with a friend who is CEO of a construction company, I explained how doing business with the government could potentially take her business to the next level. She shared her frustration at responding to RFP (request for proposal). She had bid on many over the years and each time, they were awarded to the same male…

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Added by Sylvia Browder on May 24, 2012 at 3:52am — No Comments

Parents Stopping Puberty So Child Can Pick Gender

There's a couple in California who want their pre-teen to pick his/her own sex. Yes, you read that correctly. At present, the child is being pumped full of hormone blockers to delay puberty until he/she decides which gender path to choose. Once that decision is made, hormones will be given to start puberty. … Continue

Added by Crystal on October 17, 2011 at 2:59pm — No Comments

All Kinds of Wrong - Vintage Folger's Commercial Circa 1950's

Welcome to the first installment of "All Kinds of Wrong" on the Multiple Mayhem Mamma blog.





You may have surmised by now that I'm somewhat sarcastic and have low tolerance for nonsense. As well, I have a penchant for all things referencing to the past, my youth and prior as well.





The combination of these two facts has resulted in something that I've wanted to do for a long time: analyze vintage television. Commercials and TV shows from bygone eras have both…

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Added by Samantha Kemp-Jackson on July 30, 2011 at 8:49am — No Comments

Gender Profiles

Yesterday, I bought my son a toy at a local consignment store. It was a little pink plastic doll house complete with little family, furniture and decorative accents. You guys, I have never seen a little boy so excited to get a surprise. He was ecstatic. Thing is though, when I checked out, the lady asked me how old my daughter is. When I replied that it was actually for my oldest son who is three, she made the awfulest face and replied that they had a boy toy’s section and asked if I had…
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Added by Amy Curtis on March 28, 2011 at 1:53pm — No Comments

GQ, Glee, and Sexism

What's your take on GQ, Glee and Sexism? Read about it on http://marinagraphy.com and place your comments on the issue -- if you think it's an issue at all.

Added by Marina DelVecchio on October 25, 2010 at 9:23am — No Comments

Penis or No Penis...That is the Question!



Wow I can't believe the time has come to reveal the news I have been waiting for the last 4 months! I started

this blog
as a way to scratch my creative itch, as well as pursue the hopes of… Continue

Added by Nacia Karim Walsh on June 24, 2010 at 5:38pm — No Comments

Toddlers and Gender Differences

My 2 year-old is a little like Jekyll and Hyde. One moment he’s a really nice guy to have around. He’s funny and has wonderful manners…(says “please”, “thank you”, “your welcome” and a proper “yes” (not yep) without me having to ask him to). Then in a flash, his personality can just change…into a whiny little terror. He screams at decibels higher than I ever thought the human voice could reach. We all cringe. Our moods change. Before you know it, one child is rolling his eyes in annoyance with… Continue

Added by Renee Martinez on July 2, 2009 at 11:08pm — No Comments

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