I am mother to a 6 year old tomboy!
It’s hard to imagine that she once dressed up in sparkly dresses and transformed into a princess at the bippity boppity boo boutique at Harrods. I did mention in that post that she was a ‘purple girl’ rather than pink. Liking a healthy mix of different activities that are stereotypically boyish or girly.
Not anymore…if she thinks anything is too girly it can’t be worn or done. Even though I do love how she knows what she wants and likes, I am a tiny bit sad we won’t play princesses with me anymore. You can’t force kids to be who they are not though! Helping them find their own way will hopefully result in adults that are confident in themselves and what they want.
Next kindly let Eva pick some pieces from their high summer drop and as you can see…tomboy doesn’t have to mean jeans and a minecraft t-shirt. Although she loves wearing things like that too!
One thing Eva does love and that is posing! We hit the streets of Horsham and Eva threw out some impressive moves, I even managed to learn a few tips from her!