Tuesday, June 19, 2012

it's a girl!

duhh it's obvious my Babycakes is a girl, isn't it? having a baby girl brings a whole new meaning of cuteness altogether. everything looks cute on her. no, make that super cute. everything looks adorable. she can never look weird in a mismatched outfit (not that i've ever mismatched her clothes, mind you). what i meant by 'mismatched' is having her wear for example a orange top with a green pants and yellow headband. hmmm to think of it, she doesn't have an orange top, a green pants and a yellow headband. maybe i should get one for her (alasan). anyway you get my point, right? but then again, isn't colour-blocking the current hot fashion trend? or has it passed? i am no fashionista myself and i don't do colour-blocking whatever so i wouldn't know. that being said, it does not mean that you can dress your baby in any way you like. to you, she is the most adorable, cutest looking baby on the block but to others, she may look like a little clown. lol.
anyway, speaking of dressing up a baby, being a girl, Babycakes has tons and tons of clothes. first there are the daily clothes and pants that she wears at the nursery and then there's the weekend clothes where she wears only on weekends. they're too cute to be worn at the nursery (and Mummy might not see her in it) yet they are not really suitable to be worn outside to the malls or majlis and the like. 
i've always loved the colour pink so it is a good thing that my baby is a girl. as much as i try to vary the colours of her clothes, the colour pink dominates her wardrobe i think. on father's day, initially i wanted to treat hubby to a nice dinner somewhere but on saturday evening, hubby suddenly said, "jom pergi Genting!" i was like, huh, genting as in genting highlands? that was at 6pm. he said yes. KL has been so hot and hazy yada3, it's so near yada3 so off we went.
so i put Babycakes in a long sleeved plain dusty pink romper with a plain pink legging with hearts on it. just before we left the front door, her royal highness decided to poop. and she pooped a huge poop while sitting in the bumbo seat thus her poop rides up her back and stained her clothes and legging.
glitter-graphics.com how convenient. i had to clean her and change her altogether. this time i put her in a pink t-shirt with white polka dots and a white legging with pink polka dots and a huge pink flower on her little bum. when we arrived at genting, i put her on her hooded navy blue sweater with red and white soft shoes to cover her tiny toes. as i was pushing her stroller and entered one of the shops, a group of Thai ladies (or shemale- I can't tell for sure because they are so pretty yet the beauty wasn't natural, i don't know. too much make up perhaps?) saw Babycakes and started to admire at her and ogling at her. they were speaking in Thai and they even touched her hands. then one of them said "[Thai words] handsome [Thai words]" i was like, uh huh. i couldn't be bothered to correct them though as i was hungry at that time and kinda malas nak layan.
we then had dinner at Hotel Highlands coffee house (food was so-so) and I opened Babycakes' sweater zip because i wanted to put on her bib to feed her. her pink t-shirt was obviously showing.  a chinese family near our table was admiring Babycakes from afar and saying how cute she was because she was seated beside me, not on the baby chair and she was feeding herself the biscuits. then hubby carried Babycakes and brought her over to the table to say hello to the family. then the chinese lady said "so cute ah...dah besar sure hensem worr." hubby corrected her and said, "ini baby girl lah" to which she replied "ohh girl ah? sure cantik besar nanti"
my question now is, does Babycakes look like a boy? just because she's wearing a navy blue sweater, does that make her a boy or look like a boy? isn't it enough that i've pink stuffs all over her? so much for being non-stereotypical huh?  but if you ask me, i'd chose a girlier sweater for her actually but we bought this particular sweater from Baby Poney last year simply because they were on sale and it was buy 1 free 1 for the price of rm69. rugilah if tak beli. her other sweater is red but it's one size bigger so it's kept for use in the future.  so shall we stick to the blue is for boy whereas pink is for girl then?

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