And especially since I have a boy, and not a girl, it makes for some interesting designs. I rarely ever use stars, browns or neutral colors, monsters, robots or other boyish themed stamps and papers on my LO's. If I do, it's been very few! I'm such a lover of flowers and flourishes that I tend to view it as how I see my son.
His innocence, his playfulness, his subjectivity to beauty at times when he comes up to me, and says, "Mommy, that flower is beeeuutiful!" I also look at his youth...he is young and so non-complex, unlike you and I as an adult. I think it's ok to use fun florals and such for now....and I try to limit them in certain ways..
Now when he grows up to be in his teens....then I might change how my layouts are designed, but for now....this momma loves her flowers! :) Here's a close-up of the Fabulous Flourish stamp - I loved stamping this in just pure black ink:
Papers: Webster's Pages: Lullaby Lane and LL Vellum, Wonderfall, and Life's Portrait Die-cut.
Webster's Pages Felt Leaves.
Hero Arts - S5449 - Fabulous Flourish.
Hero Arts - CL260 - Curly Alphabet.
Maya Road - Vintage Black Pearls Trinket Pins.
Black Copic Marker.
Versafine Onyx Black ink.
Sentiment computer generated on vellum paper.