How To Keep Children’s Play Away From Gender Stereotypes

Starting with why some of us find it so hard

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Children need to grow both roots and wings.

Why do we focus on growing girls' roots and boys' wings? Why are we so stuck in stereotypes that we enter panic mode when a boy wants a kitchen set, and a girl asks for a robot to play with?

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On growing closer to your child, embracing and resolving conflicts, enjoying life as a parent.

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Adelina Vasile

Aspiring toddler taming master, part-time (copy)writer. Hit me up at adelinanvasile@gmail.com

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