True story. In elementary school, I wore my cousin's belt that had a huge buckle that said MIKE. (I'm female). I wore boyish clothes and acted and said I was a boy. Not sure why. No wondering if I am the right gender. Mom of two here, happily married to my husband. Wearing dresses to church. :>)
Honestly, sincerely, and most definitely, don't put a lot of thought into what a two year old says. My son at around that age went to the store with his dad to get a toy. He came back with ballerina Barbie. And he would spin with her all around the house. And I have pictures of him playing dress up in skirts, carrying a purse, etc. He's 14 now. And about as male with raging testosterone as you can get. We just never made a big deal out of it and let him be whatever.
Don't worry about any of this. When she is 12, 13, 14 . . . take it seriously. Talk about her however you want without worrying about calling her a female when her two year old self says she is a boy. Worry not. These things work themselves out and frankly, parents have little to do with it. If she does go down that road, just be kind and open at that time. But what she does at 2 really doesn't predict much at all. good luck
Hello, my 4 year old daughter is doing this too and has been saying she is a boy since she was 2.5 yo. I am wondering if anything came of this or if your child is now happy being a girl?