Deciding if you would pierce your daughter’s ears as a baby was a big decision.
There’s lots of pink in your house, intentional or not.
She is obsessed with shoes.
That stash of nail polish in your closet? It now belongs to her too.
Your daughter regularly hands you nail polish to paint her toenails. It’s so cute, it’s impossible to say no.
You have massive amounts of hair ties and bows.
Doing her hair every morning is a struggle.
That said, you get really excited when it’s finally long enough to do fun things with, like little braids and pigtails.
You want to buy all the dresses just because they’re too adorable.
You buy pink glitter TOMS and she loves them. (After all, she’s already obsessed with shoes…)
You know every line of the Sofia the First theme song… and all the other songs for that matter.
You wonder which Disney princess your daughter is most like.
Your daughter is already trying to wear accessories.
You’re already planning on putting her in dance class. You can’t help it – tiny ballerinas are so cute!
You struggle with wanting your daughter to be girly and provide her with both girly and gender-neutral toys. You feel like you shouldn’t want her to be girly… but so what if she likes princesses? She likes what she likes!
You’re already hoping she has good self-esteem, since you know what’s coming in later years.
Her temper tantrums now are giving you glimpses into your future arguments.
You’re already dreading the day your kid wants to pick her own clothes and the battles that will ensue.
She likes to help you put your makeup on.
You’re so excited for her to get old enough to read all the books you loved as a kid. Little House series, anyone?
She carries around a bear, or a baby, and it’s just too cute for words.
Sometimes it’s hard to resist the urge to get anything with a bow, or your sorority mascot, or a dress… basically, your checkbook hurts.
You already see so much of yourself in her, and hope she grows up to become your best friend.
Fellow girl moms, any you’d add to my list?