10 Best Things About Having Two Girls

best things about having two girls

Our two girls are Caitlyn and Ava, aged four and one.

They are forces of nature. Drawn to each other, but all hell can break loose when they collide.

These two little girls are my everything, and it is the best thing having two girls (well in my opinion).

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Here are the 10 Best Things About Having Two Girls


1. Wear each other’s clothes

They already sharing as my oldest daughter’s clothes are being passed down to the little one. When we buy clothes for Caitlyn, and it does not fit we just pack it away for Ava.

Interestingly, maybe they will wear my clothes too? I have a leather jacket that is pretty cool, and I think they will want to wear it. Maybe at the time, I will not like the idea of them wearing my ‘vintage’ leather jacket (it is not vintage). But now the thought of it makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside!

2.  Play with the same toys

Even at their current ages one and four they are both interested in the same toys. Whether it’s a doll, puzzle or Legos, they play together. Of course, they play in their own way as they are at different stages of development.

3.  Share a room and a bed

It’s common for sisters to share a bedroom. Even if they had to be teenagers, they could easily and comfortably share a bedroom. If we had to go on holiday, we could easily be okay with one extra double bed. The girls currently share a bedroom.

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4.  A built-in best friend

There is a high probability that my girls will grow up to be super close. A built-in support system for each other.

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5. Having girls make us more conscious of gender equality. 

Feminist: someone who believes in equality and being able to make the choices that are right for you whether you a male or female.

Having girls has made me realise even more how the world likes to separate girls and boys. And give out subtle cues with regards to what they should or should not like.

Our eldest daughter (at this stage) has a balanced interest in both girls and boys activities.

She can rock a tutu and the next day a PJ masks outfit. She can sit down and play with her my little pony figurine, and then step away for some golf. Our second daughter may or may not follow suit. Either way, it makes us more conscious of ensuring that they understand that they have equal access to opportunities. My husband wrote a blog post here about his views on raising girls and why we strive for equal parenting.

I also accept that I cannot control  the messages they are exposed to when I am not there. I can only ensure I expose our girls to role models, teach them values and common sense.

Best things about having two girl

6. Challenge stereotypes (if they want to)

Following on from point four, we made a point of not restricting our daughter to only girls clothes or toys. So she does takes what she likes from what is available. Whether its dresses or shorts; cars or dolls.

I love the fact that  she does not carry self-limiting beliefs about what girls and boys should do. It is exciting to see this side of her and how she goes for what she likes. It is cool for now as long as it what she wants to do.


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7. My girls make me want to be a better human being

I am their primary female role model. It makes me more conscious of how I present myself to the world.

We play with makeup and perfume (they get tinted Labello lip balm, and kiddie skin freshener). But I also let them see me on the floor with them playing. They also see their father, and I work for our family. We work inside and outside the home (work inside the home is also work!).

8.  They are affectionate

They are charming, warm, cozy and all things sugar and spice. And demanding, cheeky and loud.

9. Join me at the salon

In fact, for my birthday my four-year-old joined me for a pedicure. I can just picture our mommy daughter dates at the salon when they are older.

10. Best things about having two girls – Our unique family journey

I am grateful for my two girls. I loved sharing the best things about having two  girls and I love our journey. What is your journey?

Whether you have girls or boys, enjoy your journey!

Author: Cherralle

Mom, wife and career loving parent. This blog focus on career and work life topics for mothers.

20 thoughts on “10 Best Things About Having Two Girls”

    1. Indeed it does. there are a lot of commonalities about what we experience as parents. Thanks for commenting!

  1. I have a younger sister. Felt so nostalgic after reading your post. It brought back soooo many wonderful memories. Thanks for sharing such a lovely article. Good work 👌👌

  2. I love this and I can’t wait for girl days at the spa with my little girl. We hope to have more children so I am excited to learn how they will interact and how we will manage the challenging times.

  3. We have a little one year old girl now and we’re talking about number two in the next few years. I want to give my husband a little boy because he was raised with all girls and is currently in a house where even the animals are all girls. But this makes me want to give my little one a built in best friend!
    Thanks for sharing with Mom Blog Tribe!

  4. I am telling you its awesome 🙂 I think a girl and a boy would be pretty cool too! thank you for stopping by.

  5. Hello Cherralle,
    Informative post!
    Point #5 is the most important for us, #Having girls make us more conscious of gender equality.
    Thanks a lot for sharing!

  6. Hi Cheralle,
    Girls are really affectionate, that’s so true 🙂 We’re four girls in the family and my mom said, girls are very handy. I remember asking her if she wanted to have a boy but she always answers, “I couldn’t ask for more”.

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