TODAY | September 11, 2013
>> stop labeling boys and girls items and they're going to remove any gender specific tags on -- and references in their store. apparently the u.s. stores have already been doing this. so they say.
>> in the u.s. they say they -- they just have sections.
>> things like that. i guess maybe they online --
>> the trains and car section.
>> we were talking about this. i mean, it's high time that we get rid of any sort of labeling because a lot of kids these days like whatever toys. the rainbow loom thing is the perfect example. my son is into it as much as your daughter.
>> nikki has a bunch.
>> i say we let them loose at toys "r" us and see what they come out with.
>> absolutely. but it's interesting how they do gravitate without anyone ever telling them to certain things.
>> they do. i remember going to a -- like a play date, like a thing and they threw out balls and dolls and cars and trucks and it was interesting to see how the babies that were like 6 to 9 months old went for the balls and the cars and the girls picked up dolls. although some girls picked up the cars too.
>> i remember when i was much younger just wanting an easy bake oven .
>> yeah, well, and you still do.
>> it worked out for you.
>> i can cook anything as long as there's a lightbulb in the oven.