california-mom (468.6 days ago) Lol not all babies have big eyes....My babies are mixed with Japanese and 2 have huge eyes (more like the Mexican side) and 1 has super Asian eyes and the others are average. Nothing really bothers me except when people ask if I want more (I have 4) and I say yes and they proceed to tell me why I shouldnt, or that Im crazy or Ill have my hands full....Thats just annoying!
leagia (468.6 days ago) Both my boys (under 1) have been mistaken for girls many times, it actually doesn`t bother me for some reason...maybe it would more if I had girls, and they were mistaken for boys. Even then I don`t think I would care, when I was a baby I was kinda boyish looking, but people don`t mistake me for a but now.
1st-time-Toya (468.8 days ago) my pet peeve is when people mistake my 1 year old daughter for a boy.....she will be wearing all pink or a dress with her cute lil diamond earrings in her ears and people still think she is a boy just because she doesnt have very long hair yet. UGH i hate it! Its like seriously, when did people start dressing boys in pink dresses? lol
Amberblessed3x (469.3 days ago) My absolute biggest pet peeve ever.....I hate when people ask my 6 year old where she got her blonde curls from. She is not my husbands biological child, which she knows but pretends she doesn`t. I had blonde hair as a child, and her sperm donor is biracial...hence the curls. But, I`d never spout that out to a complete stranger. It is really awkward. I love it when people say her hair is pretty though. And of course I love when people say I have beautiful, well behaved, smart, and/or sweet children.... Because I know they are telling the truth ;) I also dont like people saying my son is soooooo handsome, and says he looks like his daddy.... Lol. My husband is handsome, I know..... But if you hold my baby pic next to him, we look like the same person.
letthisonestick (469.3 days ago) Some people don`t like it when they call their babies fat...I like it. I like my fat baby!
Avas*Momma*09 (469.4 days ago) I like when people say DD looks just like me. (I think she looks exactly like me.) I don`t like it when they say she looks just like her Daddy bc she obviously doesn`t if she looks just like me, SO and I look nothing alike and even he says she looks just like me. I think they say that just bc they don`t know what else to say. I also like when they point out how strong willed she is...even if it does make her a handful I know she has a mind of her own.
kourtne (469.4 days ago) When women will say `oh he is sooo handsome, he looks JUST like his father`whilst starring at my husband! its like indirectly flirting with my hubby. also, when they would think my LO is a girl! He would wear ALLL blue and he had his hair cut. One time he was butt naked and they STILL mistake him for a girl lol. my likes: when they say my son looks like me=] haha and how well behaved he is!
Aaliyahs Mom (469.6 days ago) My daughter is mixed and I hate when people ask me if I`m her mom, like ya I`m breastfeeding somebody else`s baby. It just bugs me that people can`t see past her colour, if you look at her you can see she looks like me. I actually had one person ask me how is she my daughter cause my skin is so much darker than hers. On the flip side I love when people tell me how beautiful she is...Oh and lilyxox i used to hate that from MIL too.
lilyxox19 (469.8 days ago) My son is only 4 months old but I hate when people keep telling me I should rice cereal in his bottle.
mumbo (469.9 days ago) Pet peeve - `Oh look at his red hair` (not because I`m against redheads, but because he doesn`t have red hair! To me it`s light golden brown and I`ve had a hairdresser say his hair colour is `golden wheat` so why people call him a redhead is beyond me. My favourite compliment - `don`t you have lovely manners`. I`ve taught him please and thank you since he was a baby, and I also tend to get super excited over EVERYTHING around him (using a lot of enthusiasm) so whenever someone gives him something or he does or sees something he is very very enthusiastic and grateful. I think people appreciate genuine excitement over small acts of kindness (eg my mum bought him and my nephew a treat the other day, my son said `WOW! Ta Margo` whereas my nephew snatched it and ran off without thanking her and then discarded it shortly afterwards).