An overwhelming number of parents admit some favoritism among their children, and many of the others are faking it too.
Entering the world of parenthood, we sometimes forget the language of our native land.
I wrote about how girls get slack for wanting “boy toys” or “boy clothes,” and how many adults keep the weirdness of this dichotomy alive. Shouldn’t we be post-gender mutually exclusive toys and clothing by now? Shouldn’t we just accept people as they are, without trying to fit every square peg into a round hole?