Gender Education

No.  This is mom's glove.

No. This is mom’s glove.

Blessed with warmer weather this week, I took each of our dogs for a walk, one at a time.  My little neighbor friend joined me for a portion of dog walk number one.  And here is how the conversation flowed with this four-year old sweetie as we walked the cul-de-sac.

What’s the dog’s name?

Sugar.

Leaning down as we are walking….she pops up and says, “She’s a girl!”

 Yes she is.

Know how I can tell she’s a girl?

Hesitating now…. no???

I looked under her and saw.

Oh.  (no way was I going to prompt this)

I looked under her neck and she has a pink heart.  So that means she is a girl.

Yes ma’am!  You are so right!  nervous giggle  WHEW

Happy Weekend Friends!

And Be nice to people.  You never know what they may be dealing with in their lives. ♥

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25 Responses to Gender Education

  1. When my son was a tot, he informed me that he could tell the difference by the length of the eyelashes! Fun post, Paula! Made me smile.

  2. haha! Love it. Smiling now as I go on with my day.

  3. russtowne says:

    LOL! Love it. The illustrator for my children’s books said the only thing one needs to do when creating differentiating gender in animals or make-believe creatures is make the eyelashes on the females longer. Everything else can look identical. He was right. Even very young readers could instantly identify female from male characters.

    Russ

  4. Hahaha – love that story!!

  5. yreneyuhmi says:

    Oh so funny and cute! ^_^ and I love the photo! 🙂 thanks for this refreshing post! 😉

  6. This is so cute. Hope you’ve had a great weekend. 🙂

  7. So cute. Love the picture, Paula. Hope you are all well!

  8. viveka says:

    have to smile … this could be a picture of my mom and me … when I was in my late teens. *laughing. FAB shot.

  9. My sweet puppies. (at almost eight years old now….they are forever pups!) My wonderful four year old neighbor friend! ♥ 🙂

  10. shreejacob says:

    Thank goodness for pink hearts..hehehe

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