My daughter is such a girly girl

Couple of nights ago I had a girls night out with preschool moms. We went for manicure and pedicure. I returned late so my daughter was asleep. But when she woke up in the morning, all she could ask and talk was about my nails. It was so cute, she is only 2 years old and was so excited she could barely handle it.

When she was younger, she had no interest in dolls or stuffed animals unlike my son. J I would buy dolls and he would play with them, she mostly liked to play with cars. Amazingly since she turned two, everything changed. She doesn’t walk without her Barbie or princess pictures. When I’m wearing jewellery, she asks for a bracelet or a necklace too.

So today, I ended up painting her nails, of course with a very light and sparkly nail polish. It was the loveliest time we had together, we had a tea party with her dolls and then she asked me if I could paint her nails. It was the most beautiful smile on her face when patiently she held her hand to be painted.

I always liked to have a daughter to be able to share these things with, as I didn’t have a sister. Now I’m very happy that she likes to be pampered and do girly stuff.

Until later,

About Anahita

I'm 36 years old, proud mother of two toddlers. Son born in 2005 and daughter born 22 months later in 2007. I'm a Homemaker/Travel agent. Like cooking, sewing, painting and love kids.
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One Response to My daughter is such a girly girl

  1. Stacey says:

    My mom tried painting Georgie’s nails but she just wanted to wipe the polish off. Georgie is more a paint the walls with nail polish kind of girl. Its great your daughter will let you paint hers!

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