Marianna - posted on 05/16/2010 ( 16 moms have responded )
My husband and I just had our first child that turned out to be a girl. Of course I was super excited and he seemed to be as well. She is 4 months now and I look around and all I see is blue this and boyish toys there. I know his intentions are good but I think he is being a lil passive-aggressive with the boy toys and I'm a girly girl so naturally I wanted pink this and pink that but he said he didn't want to much pink. Now the only thing that is made for a girl in here is her swing, which I still didn't get a chance to pick out. The next item up for grabs is the high chair, and come hell or high water I want a girly pink chair with butterflies and flowers. How do I let him know without hurting his manly feelings that he is sort of ruining my experience as a first time mom to a girl.