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can i put a boy in a pink stroller?!

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thefoodfighter Thu 24-Mar-05 17:20:28

been given to me, its so wonderful, light, everything! ..but its pink. would cost over 100.00 for a new one!

Yorkiegirl Thu 24-Mar-05 17:20:45

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iota Thu 24-Mar-05 17:21:20

I would

fairyfly Thu 24-Mar-05 17:21:33

Yeh course you can

thefoodfighter Thu 24-Mar-05 17:23:26

its bright pink, even the hood and the bumper bar! i mean i could see it as, i'm a girl and its my accessory! like a handbag! however...

posyhairdresser Thu 24-Mar-05 17:24:53

Yes. It will not make him grow up gay.

Blossomhill Thu 24-Mar-05 17:25:14

How old is he???

nutcracker Thu 24-Mar-05 17:25:34

Well you can yeah, personally i wouldn't but thats just me.

SeaShells Thu 24-Mar-05 17:27:48

Not sure really, saying that my DD has a very 'boyish' pushchair and today was dressed just like a little boy!

giraffeski Thu 24-Mar-05 17:27:58

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PsychoFlame Thu 24-Mar-05 17:28:08

Well you would put a girl in a blue stroller so why not??!!!

I personally would have put my DS2 into one of those fab princess pink strollers had they been around when I had had DD1 and then passed it on.

Besides anything, my DS2 fave item is a pink tutu half the time!

Accessorize hun all the way...big.

Now a pushchair to go with each outfit.

Psycho...and Flame on the last comment

Clayhead Thu 24-Mar-05 17:32:11

I do!

thefoodfighter Thu 24-Mar-05 17:46:46

wasn't worried about him growing up gay! he's 10mths at teh moment so quite little, can imagine everyone looking in and telling me 'oh what a lovely girl' ...but i love pink! don't know if dp would stand for it either...spoil sport

Blackduck Thu 24-Mar-05 17:48:05

TFF - there's a thread about people mistaking boys for girls and vice cersa so I don't think the colour of your stroller will make a blind bit of difference!

thefoodfighter Thu 24-Mar-05 17:50:02

...that doesn't really bother me either...not sure what it is?!

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