Comments: Gender Confusion

So cute! Between this and the chicks at school, the Boy has demonstrated a charming innocence. May it substantially survive for years and years to come!!

Posted by Lenise at June 2, 2006 09:43 AM

He did a wonderful job on the doll and bag. As for the name - although I haven't heard it in a long time, "Sandy" has been used as a guy's name (although it could have been in a 1930'2 era mystery novel I read a long time ago...)

Posted by Diane at June 2, 2006 09:46 AM

Well, there is Sandy Berger, former NSA, of the documents stuffed in his pants and socks fame. Maybe "Sandrio" is better.

Posted by Jordana at June 2, 2006 09:54 AM

I was at a kinder graduation yesterday... they do grow up too fast...
As for the name, I have known two males named Sandy... though none named Sandra. But as for the last name... it is a little known fact that the Hispanic last name of Obregon is derived from an Irish last name (like O'Brien, or similar such spellings) and that Boynton could easily become something like Boeneton...

Posted by Blair at June 2, 2006 11:51 AM

I have an Uncle Sandy, a wonderful man. His given name is Carl Sandford and he was called Sandy because his father was Carl. Now my father-in-law's name is Sherrill. Of course, you never call him that.

Posted by earth girl at June 3, 2006 06:48 AM

That's wonderful.

My little boy, 3 1/2, insisted yesterday on a pink balloon and then asked, "isn't it a pretty pink, Pappa?"

Colors. Only significant if you let them.

Posted by RP at June 5, 2006 08:38 AM

That is GREAT. Lovely doll, too. He did a wonderful job.

Posted by Another Jordana at June 8, 2006 06:53 AM

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