Colors make the world a better, brighter place in which to live, grow, and learn. But what does your little girl's favorite colors say about her? Have you ever been curious about the ways color affect her everyday life or demeanor? Let's explore a popular color choice for girls all over the world: Pink!
She's truly a pleasure to be around. Helpful and kind, she thinks of others before herself. She's easy to get along with and is a natural friend maker. She's not just nice, but genuine, delightful, and liked by all who meet her.
She's always ready to take part in games, activities, and general engagement. She herself is great at creating fun environments to be in whether it's with jokes, songs, silly movements or faces, or her presence. Anyway you slice it, she's a gem and she brightens any room she walks into.
This goes beyond an aesthetic and it's important to teach young girls that while personality and beauty go hand in hand, they aren't the same thing. Cuteness can be expressed with style, disposition, and body language, making it based around how you act, versus how you look.
She's clever, bubbly, and eager about the world around her which naturally draws other to her and her charm. This is often a trait we most associate with little girls, and she makes it a multidimensional identity. It's not just a compliment, it's a way of life!
We often look at children as a natural source of joy and a Pink girl is a great example. She's exciting and excitable, goes with the flow, and generally can put a smile on anyone's face.
There seems to be no getting her down or raining on her parade. Not just happy, but someone who wants to make others happy, too. She's often the life of the party or the one cheering on her friends. The world could use more girls like her.
Demure, understanding, and calming, the Pink girl knows there is true strength in these traits. She's also conscious of feelings and changes in moods.
She's a great reminder of one of our favorite traits in iconic women and characters, like princesses, actresses, and world leaders.
She doesn't have to be tough to get her way or prove herself. Her softer charisma and agreeable manner are a treat for others to see and serves as a perfect example to follow in life.
Famous Quotes About the Color Pink
"Almost all words do have a color and nothing is more pleasant than to utter a pink word and see someone's eyes light up and know it is a pink word for him or her too" --Gladys Taber, author
"Pink is not just a color, it's an attitude" - Miley Cyrus, singer
"I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that the happiest girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles." -Audrey Hepburn, actress
Colors to Explore in the Pink Family
Rose, Magenta, Fuchsia, Bubblegum, Watermelon, Blush, Salmon, Coral
Songs About the Color Pink
"I See Something Pink" this song is produced by Super Simple Learning, is available on the Spotify and Apple Music, and has a nifty video to watch along with on Youtube. It goes through other colors like orange, brown, green, but starts with the color pink and how we see them everywhere!
"Pink" by Aerosmith is a oldie but a goodie! Released back in 1997, the Rock-Pop hit is perfect when pink is your "favorite color." The lyrics are pink-centric and uplifting and just a bit funny, making it a great song selection in the car or for just being silly.
"Pink" by Janella Monae has a more modern feel. Released in 2018, this R&B-Soul number is sassy, flirty, and about female empowerment, telling "boys its cool if like blue, but we've got the pink." It also ends on a super sweet sentiment around the color which makes it even more fun and expressive.
"Cover Me In Sunshine" isn't a song about pink, but instead was written by P!NK and her young daughter Willow Sage Hart. This Country-Pop duet is a perfect Mommy & Me song to sing together. It's encouraging during tough times and a positive reminder that "everything is going to be alright"
Some adorable creatures happen to be colored pink in the wild! Take some time to learn about why and how behind the animal kingdom. For example: flamingos are born with grey plumage. They create and maintain the pink hue to their bodies by eating brine shrimp. But the funny thing is shrimp aren't naturally pink either! They get their coloration from eating algae. The same goes for salmon.
Another fun example is the domesticated pig. Those sweet little pink creatures we find on commercial farms are different from their wild hog counterparts in size, temperament, and of course, color. While they appear pink from a distance, that actually the color of their skin, which lacks melanin, underneath their thin, white fur.
Here are some other animals worth exploring that carry pink coloration:
Sea Stars Pink Dolphins Pink Fairy Armadillo
Orchid Mantis Elephant Hawk-Moth Pink Robin
So what did you realize about your Mia Belle Girl? What new things are you excited to share with her about her favorite color? We'd love to read your comments below! And be sure to stay tuned for our next color description coming soon!