Daddy Rules For Baby Girl

The following is a list of rules for dating, applicable to women and girls alike. These rules are intended to help you avoid making mistakes in the early stages of dating and will help you determine whether or not someone is worth your time.

It’s always your turn.

As a girl, it’s always your turn to have fun. You should always be able to speak up and be heard, even if you’re the only one in the room. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t have something because you’re a girl or can’t do something because you’re a girl (unless it’s dangerous).

It may seem like we live in an age where equality has been achieved, but this isn’t true for everyone—especially women and girls who are still facing sexism every day. And while some people might try to convince us otherwise with statements like “boys will be boys” or “girls must learn their place,” there are still plenty of things for us ladies to fight against: gender-based violence; pay inequality; sexual harassment; catcalling; street harassment—the list goes on! The important thing is not just recognizing these problems, but acting upon them as well!

Princesses can be pirates.

You are a princess. You may not be the prettiest or the smartest or most athletic girl in your class. But you are special, and that is what counts.

You can be anything you want to be. A doctor, a mechanic, an astronaut—you name it, and I will find a way to help you achieve it!

And when people say girls can’t do this or boys shouldn’t do that: that’s just not true. Girls can be pirates too; they just have to wear glasses and get their ears pierced first!

You have to be a nice person.

You have to be a nice person. You need to be someone who cares about other people and wants the best for them. If you’re not, it won’t matter if you are perfect in every other way because no one will want to spend time with you or even look at your face. People will tell me all of the time, “My daughter is so mean! I wish she would just be nice!” And I say:

  • That isn’t what you said when I was younger and wanted a sibling.
  • It’s not that easy being an older sister! But really though…
  • The truth is that some girls are just born mean (and some guys too). They were raised wrong somehow—or they just aren’t programmed right mentally/emotionally/whatever-ly—and there’s nothing anyone can do about it except hope they grow out of it by themselves someday (which rarely happens).

I’m sorry if you’re smart, sometimes boys are intimidated by that, but it’s okay.

You can be smart, athletic, funny and artistic. You can also be smart, sensitive and anything else you want to be. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!

Not all girls like the same things and that’s okay.

So, let me get this straight: you want to be a girl. Okay, fair enough. But what? You don’t like pink or princesses or ponies? Are you sure?

Listen, it’s okay if you’re different from other girls. In fact, in my opinion, being different is great! If everyone thought and acted exactly the same we’d have a boring world already (and I wouldn’t have any more work writing about boys).

But if your dad says something about how all girls like pink and princesses and ponies because that’s “what girls do” then he’s wrong—and probably just trying to make himself feel better by saying something mean about someone else as an excuse for why he can’t/won’t get into politics or learn another language.

Don’t let anyone make you feel bad for liking something.

Don’t let anyone make you feel bad for liking something.

Don’t let anyone make you feel bad for being smart.

Don’t let anyone make you feel bad for being a girl.

Always take care of yourself.

Here are a few ways you can take care of yourself:

  • Be kind to yourself. You deserve it! Your body and mind will thank you for it.
  • Take care of your body and mind, just like you would any other precious thing in your life.
  • Don’t put up with abuse or let anyone make you feel bad about yourself (physically or mentally). Ask for help if someone is hurting you physically or mentally. They don’t know what they’re doing, so don’t worry—it’s not your fault!

It’s okay to not know what you want to do with your life, it’s not the end of the world.

Dear Daddy,

I know you’re probably wondering how I’m doing. You’ve been busy with work and stuff, but I miss you. It’s okay if you don’t know what you want to do with your life, it’s not the end of the world. You can still figure out what path you want to take in life, even if it takes some time (and maybe a few failed attempts). It’s okay to change your mind about things too; this doesn’t mean that everything else will crumble around us—we’ll just find different ways of getting there together!

Respect is earned, don’t put up with nonsense just because he’s cute.

Respect is earned, not given.

Don’t put up with nonsense just because he’s cute.

Don’t let anyone make you feel bad for liking something.

Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t have something because you’re a girl.

Make sure whoever you date treats you right and takes your feelings into consideration.

Another thing to keep in mind is the fact that you’re a young woman and should be treated as such. It’s important to date someone who treats you right, who takes your feelings into consideration, and who respects you as an individual. If there’s anyone out there that doesn’t fit this description then he’s not worth your time.

Don’t ever let anyone tell you that you can’t have something because you’re a girl.

Daddy, don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t have something because you’re a girl. Don’t be afraid to try things just because other people say they’re for boys or girls. Don’t let anyone make you feel bad for liking something just because it wasn’t made for your gender. And never ever apologize for being smart!

dating rules for little girls

The second rule for baby girls is to not let anyone tell you that you can’t have something because you’re a girl. You may have heard from other people or even your parents that certain things are only suitable for boys or men. This is not true, and when you grow up, it will be important to know that no one can tell you what’s right for your life–including me!

If someone tries to stop your ambitions because they think they know better than you, don’t listen to them. They might be wrong about the fact that only boys need pocket protectors at school and girls should just keep their hair long and take notes in class (this was my personal experience with high school). Remember: It’s up to each child how he or she wants his or her life to go!

Conclusion

I know being a girl isn’t easy, but you should always remember that there’s nothing wrong with that. You’re smart and beautiful, and you have so much potential. I hope these tips help you get through life with more confidence and less fear of the future!

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