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Sometimes Nathan is an open book. You know what he thinks and means with no question whatsoever. He's simple. 

Other times he's just a conundrum. He will contradict himself and interpretations we've made of his actions. And, well...

Here's an example. 

We were recently in a toy store and Nathan was looking at something and checking it out pretty carefully before putting it back down and announcing that he won't play with it because it's a "girls' toy." I have no idea where that came from. Katie and I have never said something is a boys' or girls' toy, ever. I hate that some people feel that there should be such a dichotomy. Play with whatever you want.

In fact, these Star Wars Forces of Destiny dolls are, IMHO, one of the coolest toys out there right now. Release a Hera Syndulla and I will buy it.

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I also firmly stand behind my assessment that the greatest innovation by LEGO in the last few years is in the Friends line

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So, yes, I'm confused especially since Nathan will readily watch shows you'd think would be considered girls' fare like Shimmer & Shine or something else I think he said was called Sunny Day, but I could be wrong on that. 

Can someone explain this to me?

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