Dress Like A Girl
Some parents subconsciously enter gender-stereotypes into their children. It usually starts with their dressing. Your daughter may not be a fan of frilly dresses or those cute skirts that you want her wear. She might be comfortable in jeans and a tee. You can suggest, but negating her dressing sense might do more harm than good. She has her own tastes, appreciate them.
Girls Don't Do This / It's A Boy Thing
If your girl loves boyish games like baseball or football, don't tell her that it's a boy's game. Don't stop your daughter from exploring something which she might excel at. It's a modern world, and anyone can pursue anything that they want, irrespective of their gender, nationality, or ethnicity.
Don't Eat Too Much / Fatso
"Real Men like curves, only dogs go for bones...", is so true. Don't tell your daughter that she's overweight, even if she is. You need not remind her that. It can lead to starvation and anorexia, due to being called fat and going under severe depression. Instead, teach her about healthier diets, and keep her engaged in some physical activity.
You Should Put On Some Make Up
While some mums are worried that their daughters might be putting on make up too early, others ask their girls to put on some before they leave home. It indirectly translates into, 'You are not pretty, you need help'. Be thankful that your daughter is not burying herself under the mountain of make up.