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To get a light blue pushchair for my DD?!

(45 Posts)
mollypollly Thu 18-Dec-14 19:24:09

Quick straw poll please! Thanks ladies smile

GnomieGrace Thu 18-Dec-14 19:25:14

No

funchum8am Thu 18-Dec-14 19:25:33

No.

GnomieGrace Thu 18-Dec-14 19:25:39

By that I mean YANBU

MrsPresley Thu 18-Dec-14 19:26:21

YANBU

MuddlingMackem Thu 18-Dec-14 19:26:41

Eh? YANBU.

Why would it be unreasonable?

Most of the pushchairs we had for our kids were blue, dark blue mostly, because I like blue. We also had one red and one grey. 1 DD and 1 DS.

Only colours I would refuse to have would be pink because I don't like it, or white/cream because it would get filthy. hmm

justaweeone Thu 18-Dec-14 19:27:15

Go for it!
My Ds had a purple one!
Also would it worry you if you drove a blue car??

FastWindow Thu 18-Dec-14 19:27:22

Yanbu. I dress dd in the boys jeans and jumpers from tesco or asda or whatever as they a) are lined and b) exist.
Try finding a normal jumper for a girl. It's all frippery and twee pictures. Gah

SANTABankWadgerHAT Thu 18-Dec-14 19:27:24

No.

DD here has a blue pushchair. Hasn't done her any harm.

bakingtins Thu 18-Dec-14 19:28:10

Everyone will assume she's a boy. I have had countless old biddies asking me what his name is even though dd has a pink snowsuit on. I bought a navy pushchair for ds1, because I liked the colour rather than 'blue for a boy' and I haven't seen fit to replace it. Buy it if constantly correcting people won't piss you off.

Dinosaursdontgrowontrees Thu 18-Dec-14 19:28:23

My dd has a blue buggy.. Don't understand why it would be a problem..

ouryve Thu 18-Dec-14 19:28:44

Good grief, no. She might grow a willy or something.

(Of course YANBU)

padkin Thu 18-Dec-14 19:29:13

It's fine. Don't be daft. I like the comment on whether you'd be happy in a blue car. Same difference.

SoleSource Thu 18-Dec-14 19:29:35

YABU at the age of 5 your DD will have grown a full beard.

ghostyslovesheep Thu 18-Dec-14 19:29:59

no idea at all why a. YWBU or b. why you need to ask!

ApocalypseNowt Thu 18-Dec-14 19:31:32

nope

Fanfeckintastic Thu 18-Dec-14 19:32:31

grin soul

HesterShaw Thu 18-Dec-14 19:34:22

Why on earth might it be construed as unreasonable? confused

mytartanscarf Thu 18-Dec-14 19:34:30

Buy the one you want.

Waiting for someone to tell us how blue was once a girl's colour and boys and girls used to wear dresses, though. Nice variant on "DS wants to dress as Elsa from Frozen" though.

TravellingToad Thu 18-Dec-14 19:35:09

I don't get it. Does the pushchair have barbed wire in it? why would it be unreasonable?

HesterShaw Thu 18-Dec-14 19:35:23

Oh that people might think she is male? Because she's in a PALE BLUE pushchair??????

How weird.

mollypollly Thu 18-Dec-14 19:36:35

Thanks ladies grin I have a yellow one at the mo but need to replace the hood and footmuff...I love the blue colour but my friend balked when I said I wanted to get it for my DD! I thought it was a strange reaction, but I can imagine getting fed up of people asking how old 'he' is etc...

HesterShaw Thu 18-Dec-14 19:37:28

This blue stuff is weird, you must admit. As a baby and little girl, I had very red hair. I was never dressed in pink ever as it clashed wildly with my hair, and also I didn't like pink. My favourite colour and the one I wore a lot was blue. I'm not aware that anyone thought I was a boy.

Actually as a child of the 70s, I was equally often dressed in brown, mustard and sludge green, but that's by the by.

WhereIsMySantaHat Thu 18-Dec-14 19:39:07

Is it the pale blue bugaboo colour one? Of so, it is lovely and completely fine for a girl or boy.

mollypollly Thu 18-Dec-14 19:53:38

Yes santashat, it's the ice blue one...I think it would be lovely for a girl too! smile

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