Transgender Child

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This article is about the love and compassion that the parents showed
for their transgender child. A heart-warming story! Their journey begins!

‘I want to be a girl, Mom! Just make me a girl!’

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The article mentioned about how the father gave a doll to his child.

When I was a toddler my mother gave me a doll whose eyes would close when the doll was placed on its back. I as a typical boy took the head apart to see how the eyes closed.

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When I was VERY young, I was in love with Shirley Temple.
For one Christmas, my dad purchased a child-sized arm chair rocker.
Sitting in the rocking chair was a Shirley Temple doll.
I still have that doll which, even without the box, is worth a few dollars.
At age 70, the sentimental value is PRICELESS :!:

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