As transgender identities become increasingly acceptable in North America, new issues are constantly being revisited, or for many, visited for the first time. The latest “dilemma” to hit national airwaves, newspapers and magazines is how parents of potentially transgender children, even toddlers, deal with this pseudo-new phenomenon. So how young is too young when it comes to supporting your child in their gender reassignment? Recent reports on the subject have shown children as young as four, and even two and a half, as being both vocal and certain of their transgender identities. And many parents are behind their children 100 percent in their transition. But is the right way to go? Is their a difference, and if so, how can you tell, between a four year old girl who prefers baseball and trucks and a four year old girl who wants to stand at the urinal? Are parents acting too soon? Or are they not acting soon enough?