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Monday, 13 November 2006

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Anamaria

I think Max will love this! Elliot has been after me to make him a necklace or bracelet, too; I've never made any "jewelry" before, though, and it's a little intimidating. Thanks for the inspiration!

We try to avoid gender stereotyping, too. We get lots of opportunitities to avoid it now that Elliot has a little sister who gets things like lipstick (!) in party favor bags.

heidi

my son loves bracelets and necklaces and all that jazz. luckily, a few of my daughters 10 year old fella friends wear ones that are similar to what you made. pretty cool in their circles actually. at 4 though, i think my little guy just wants the same things as his big sisters!!!

myra

Very cool bracelet. I was concerned about gender stereotyping too when I put together the croc charms for Buddy's birthday. I tried to steer him to a couple of other buttons but he insisted that we had to get the sparkly ones for the girls.

Ali

Glad to hear Max is enjoying some jewellery love. My 2 year old is deeply wedded to his string of (fake!) pearls.

Cynthia

Great job looks plenty boyish to me.Mmy nephews love necklaces and bracelets & the macrame is very popular right now too!

Dee

Thats a really cool bracelet, my son likes to try on my jewelry and shoes. Sometimes it bothers my husband but for goodness sake he's 3 years old and LOVES trucks and Superman, it doesn't worry me. I even let him join in on the Barbie fun when my daughter and I play- he usually picks the dog or the Ken to be anyway!

debbie

love max's choice of beads and your bracelet creation! my son was in high school and still asking for macrame & bead bracelets to wear - i don't know, do guys call them wristbands? anyway, i think he still might be sporting one....

Suzana

Hello,

Nice bracelet, I've learned to do that macrame in school...you were asking if I have a blog, of course I do, but unfortunately its in Portuguese, but you are always invited to come and check....

Regards

suzana

Samantha

I am sure my macho wrestling loving boys would adore this too. AND they are rather partial to some embroidery!

Marie

Love that! :)

Grandma Judy

Bracelets are for boys and men too. No gender stereotyping here. Have you noted all the rock musicians, movie stars etc with bracelets? I think it's great and you made Max a really good looking bracelet. Hope he likes it as much as everybody else writing comments. Love and kisses to him from us.

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