It’s not a new idea to celebrate the life of a child in the early stages of life.
But what do baby boomers want for their own special Christmas?
Baby boomers have been asked this question before.
What do baby boy girls want?
Baby boomer women’s magazine The Lingerie Store has been asked, too.
“For a girl who has had to grow up with a little bit of a stigma, the answer is simple,” reads a piece on the issue.
“Just know that it is the girl’s choice and if she chooses not to wear anything she will feel comfortable enough to wear whatever she wants.
And she can wear what she wants if she likes, no questions asked.”
Boomer men’s magazine Playboy is more forthcoming.
“It’s a little more complicated than that,” reads the cover story on this year’s Christmas season.
“We have a little girl who is 6 and she has a few choices.
She can go with a dress she likes or she can go down to the store and buy something that she likes.”
The issue also includes a photo essay on the subject.
For the boomer men, the choice is simple.
“I would say that the most important thing for the boomers is for their boys to feel comfortable and that the booms want their boys and girls to have a great Christmas,” the cover says.
Bustle has covered the topic before, but this year the magazine is taking a more direct approach.
This year’s issue features a photo of a baby boy wearing a “baby-padded” jumper.
The article, entitled Baby Boy Style, has been written by the popular fashion editor for Bustle.
It’s titled Baby Boomer Girls: Christmas 2017, and features a selection of images of a number of boomer boys, with a baby-padding jumper on one of them.
While the story is a lighthearted look at the festive season, Bustle’s editor, Emily Bazelon, said the piece is a powerful reminder of the importance of celebrating young women.
The article also highlights how boomer mothers have a strong connection with their children, with the author pointing out that boomer families “are the best in the world when it comes to raising children and making sure their children are happy and healthy”.
“It is just a wonderful thing that has happened in the past 50 years, but it is also just a beautiful thing to be a part of,” Bazelons mother-of-two told Bustle in a video interview.
A number of women who were interviewed for the piece echoed Bazelones sentiment.
I think it is a little weird, but I also think it’s the most powerful thing to have, to have something like this.
Sarah Hildebrand, 25, told Bustles story, saying: I have a daughter who is six and I just really appreciate it.
And I just want her to know that she can dress as she wants and she can be who she wants to be.
As for why she wears the jumper, Sarah says she thinks it is part of a family tradition: It is part family and part friendship.
Read more of Bustle magazine’s coverage here: Baby boomer mom Sarah HildeBrand’s Baby Boy Dress Bristol, UK: BUSTLE Cover Story: Gotta get your hands on a new dress this Christmas December 21, 2017: Cover: Molly Scott, Bustles Brisbane, Australia: The Brixton New Age, Australia