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Ok...so my daughter want's to be a boy!!! HELP!!!!!!

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
She's 4 and keeps on about being a boy and wanting to wear her brothers clothes.....anyone else ever had this???
Is it just a fad or......well.....not?? :(
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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[mod]#1
I'm sure it's just a fad. x :)
#2
No never had that one, does she play with girls toys and like pink girly things? Prob a fad, maybe she thinks she is missing out on something, is there any kind of hobby that your son does that she wants to do, or something he has that she thinks that you need to be a boy in order to have it . it might be something as simple as that, chin up
#3
Syzable
I'm sure it's just a fad. x :)

Knew I could rely on u to make me feel beta Sy xx
#4
surfbunny
No never had that one, does she play with girls toys and like pink girly things? Prob a fad, maybe she thinks she is missing out on something, is there any kind of hobby that your son does that she wants to do, or something he has that she thinks that you need to be a boy in order to have it . it might be something as simple as that, chin up

No, she's very girly...always loved pink etc (will find a pic in a sec) but last few weeks she's been going on about it. My son plays footy but she never reall seems that interested in that.
She asked me to buy her some boys clothes the other day, but not for school...wants to wear girly ones for school.
banned#5
i did read somewhere that a kid wanted a sex change at 12...


just googled http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-432094/Girl-14-boy-12.html
banned#6
it is quite normal, i shouldnt worry yourself about it, my son went on about being a girl for about a year, but it passed. I think its more in children that have an opposite sex sibling

Edited By: sassie on Oct 17, 2010 13:29: ,
#7
bykergrove
i did read somewhere that a kid wanted a sex change at 12...just googledhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-432094/Girl-14-boy-12.html

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!
banned#8
hannah19790
surfbunny
No never had that one, does she play with girls toys and like pink girly things? Prob a fad, maybe she thinks she is missing out on something, is there any kind of hobby that your son does that she wants to do, or something he has that she thinks that you need to be a boy in order to have it . it might be something as simple as that, chin up


No, she's very girly...always loved pink etc (will find a pic in a sec) but last few weeks she's been going on about it. My son plays footy but she never reall seems that interested in that.
She asked me to buy her some boys clothes the other day, but not for school...wants to wear girly ones for school.


i don't think you're allowed to put pics of kids up in here any more.
[mod] 1 Like #9
It's most likely a form of hero worship wanting to be like her brother or a hint of jealousy of him that makes her think being a boy will make a difference.

Kids are always random and come out with odd stuff but generally forget about it.
banned#10
hannah19790
bykergrove
i did read somewhere that a kid wanted a sex change at 12...just googled[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-432094/Girl-14-boy-12.html


Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!


Even at the age of two, Tim insisted he was a girl trapped in a boy?s body.
And when puberty began to approach at the age of 12, he convinced his parents that something had to be done.
With their agreement, he became the youngest sex-change patient in the world, receiving hormone injections which arrested his male development.


i'm just scaring you :p it's probably just a fad! maybe it was his birthday or something recently that gave him more attention?
#11
bykergrove
hannah19790
surfbunny
No never had that one, does she play with girls toys and like pink girly things? Prob a fad, maybe she thinks she is missing out on something, is there any kind of hobby that your son does that she wants to do, or something he has that she thinks that you need to be a boy in order to have it . it might be something as simple as that, chin up
No, she's very girly...always loved pink etc (will find a pic in a sec) but last few weeks she's been going on about it. My son plays footy but she never reall seems that interested in that.She asked me to buy her some boys clothes the other day, but not for school...wants to wear girly ones for school.
i don't think you're allowed to put pics of kids up in here any more.

Oh, I thought we'd got past all that!!
#12
Syzable
It's most likely a form of hero worship wanting to be like her brother or a hint of jealousy of him that makes her think being a boy will make a difference.Kids are always random and come out with odd stuff but generally forget about it.

Yh, ur probably right......hope so anyways lol. It's doing my head in!!
1 Like #13
Could just be a tomboyish thing?
#14
bykergrove
hannah19790
bykergrove
i did read somewhere that a kid wanted a sex change at 12...just googled[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-432094/Girl-14-boy-12.html
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!
Even at the age of two, Tim insisted he was a girl trapped in a boy?s body.And when puberty began to approach at the age of 12, he convinced his parents that something had to be done.With their agreement, he became the youngest sex-change patient in the world, receiving hormone injections which arrested his male development.
i'm just scaring you :p it's probably just a fad! maybe it was his birthday or something recently that gave him more attention?

OMBG!!! Don't tell me that! It was his birthday a few weeks back....will cling to that for now I think!
banned#15
hannah19790

Oh, I thought we'd got past all that!!


not sure, I don't know why the rule was put in place. best to check with the mods?
#16
DragonChris
Could just be a tomboyish thing?

Yh, I did think this but she's never been tomboyish before.....it's just started.

Ok guys, thanks....will just hope it's a fad and for now leave it at that. Thanks for the help xx
banned 1 Like #17
hannah19790

OMBG!!! Don't tell me that! It was his birthday a few weeks back....will cling to that for now I think!


that's the ticket. I'd bet it was because it's his birthday.

Perhaps take her out girly shopping one on one time.

and get your partner to take you son out one on one time?

i'm not a parent so that might be bad advice/cause the two kids to fight!
#18
bykergrove
hannah19790
Oh, I thought we'd got past all that!!
not sure, I don't know why the rule was put in place. best to check with the mods?

That was coz of a pic I put up and some overactive imagination from someone else .... but seen loads of pics up since then. Thought it was just a temp thing. I'll take it down then just in case xx
#19
shopstilldrops
lol, theres nooooooo way she could get away with 'being a boy ' .....she's far too pretty :D and looks very girly !got to say ive never come across it with either of my two tbh, ....dont worry it'll pass (_;)

Thanks hun, I'm sure ur right. Will let u all know if the op gets booked lol (I jest, of course)
#20
bykergrove
hannah19790
OMBG!!! Don't tell me that! It was his birthday a few weeks back....will cling to that for now I think!
that's the ticket. I'd bet it was because it's his birthday.Perhaps take her out girly shopping one on one time.and get your partner to take you son out one on one time?i'm not a parent so that might be bad advice/cause the two kids to fight!

That's sounds like pretty good advise to me hun, thank u xx
#21
shopstilldrops1 person likes this
[quote=hannah19790]See pretty girly lol, theres nooooooo way she could get away with 'being a boy ' .....she's far too pretty :D and looks very girly !got to say ive never come across it with either of my two tbh, ....dont worry it'll pass (_;)

Sorry hun, can u delete ur post for me......don't wanna get in trouble the the boss man lol
Thankoo x

Edited By: hannah19790 on Oct 17, 2010 13:45: .
suspended 1 Like #22
Im sure it will pass, my little girl is very girly ( she is 3 and a half) but my little boy who is 18 months want to dress up in princess clothing and play with barbies, i am hoping its just cos his older sister does it :)
#23
Tinkytayls
Im sure it will pass, my little girl is very girly ( she is 3 and a half) but my little boy who is 18 months want to dress up in princess clothing and play with barbies, i am hoping its just cos his older sister does it :)

Well, that makes me feel beta....not just me then xx
suspended#24
hannah19790


Well, that makes me feel beta....not just me then xx


:) at the moment he is walking around in pink sparkley shoes.... i do hope its normal anyway lol
1 Like #25
I see a very glamorous future for your little girl...


























http://img145.imageshack.us/img145/3369/burnspa250107250x350.jpg
1 Like #26
Just be glad it's not your boy tucking it under and asking if he looks pretty.
#27
Tinkytayls
hannah19790
Well, that makes me feel beta....not just me then xx
:) at the moment he is walking around in pink sparkley shoes.... i do hope its normal anyway lol
U saying that, I think my son used to do the same....God, I'm glad I came on here now lol

numptyj
I see a very glamorous future for your little girl
lol yh, thanks for that :p
#28
hannah19790
shopstilldrops1 person likes this
[quote=hannah19790]See pretty girly lol, theres nooooooo way she could get away with 'being a boy ' .....she's far too pretty :D and looks very girly !got to say ive never come across it with either of my two tbh, ....dont worry it'll pass (_;)
Sorry hun, can u delete ur post for me......don't wanna get in trouble the the boss man lolThankoo x



All done (_;)...
#29
Ungreat
Just be glad it's not your boy tucking it under and asking if he looks pretty.

I am now 100% relieved lol
#30
shopstilldrops
hannah19790
shopstilldrops1 person likes this
[quote=hannah19790]See pretty girly lol, theres nooooooo way she could get away with 'being a boy ' .....she's far too pretty :D and looks very girly !got to say ive never come across it with either of my two tbh, ....dont worry it'll pass (_;)
Sorry hun, can u delete ur post for me......don't wanna get in trouble the the boss man lolThankoo x
All done (_;)...

Thanks hun x
1 Like #31
Tinkytayls1 person likes this
Im sure it will pass, my little girl is very girly ( she is 3 and a half) but my little boy who is 18 months want to dress up in princess clothing and play with barbies, i am hoping its just cos his older sister does it :)

It's to be more like their older sibling - role model, idol, the person they look up to. Think that sums it up really for the OP ;)
2 Likes #32
im sure its just one of those things, ie maybe she likes some of the clothes he has or the toys or boys things he does and she's thinking yea ill have some of that, my son often wears his mum's heels and the only thing we worry about is just how good he can walk in them lol may i add i tried to get into an all girls school but that was nothing to do with wanting to be a girl do LOL
#33
My sister insisted she was a boy from a very young age, she came out as a lesbian in her late teens and had a sex change at the age of 35. I love my brother. :)
#34
Ungreat1 person likes this
Just be glad it's not your boy tucking it under and asking if he looks pretty.


What's the difference? Male > Female, Female > Male. And I think I'd prefer a Daughter changing to a Son rather than the other.

I'd just go along with it, soon will get bored of it and go back to her old ways I suppose.
#35
Wotwot123
Ungreat1 person likes this
Just be glad it's not your boy tucking it under and asking if he looks pretty.


What's the difference? Male > Female, Female > Male. And I think I'd prefer a Daughter changing to a Son rather than the other.

I'd just go along with it, soon will get bored of it and go back to her old ways I suppose.


Because if he is tucking it under I'd be looking out for him digging a dungeon in the basement and buying lotion by the crate.

Personally couldn't care less either way as I expect in fifty years people will probably be popping along to get genetically gender reassigned like they get laser eye surgery now.
#36
Dub11 person likes this
im sure its just one of those things, ie maybe she likes some of the clothes he has or the toys or boys things he does and she's thinking yea ill have some of that, my son often wears his mum's heels and the only thing we worry about is just how good he can walk in them lol may i add i tried to get into an all girls school but that was nothing to do with wanting to be a girl do LOL

lol, that's cheered me up hun thanks x
#37
hcd
My sister insisted she was a boy from a very young age, she came out as a lesbian in her late teens and had a sex change at the age of 35. I love my brother. :)

And ...well....that ......hasn't tbh lol
#38
So I was on my way home on the tube from work reading my copy of the Evening Standard and came across this! Reminded me of this thread.

http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/391/img00011201010181833.jpg

(_;)

Edited By: exStudent on Oct 18, 2010 18:40: edit

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