Just curious. We've got a triple-language situation where DH and I each speak a different language to DD (but English to each other) and she gets English at day care.
Right now DD (she just turned two) hasn't got a clue about gender. She assigns gendered articles randomly to her nouns, with the expected 33% success rate (we have masc/fem/neuter).
I'm just curious about the age range when kids typically figure this out, especially kids who are learning a gendered community language. Obviously hearing a language from only one parent really limits the range of the exposure. Btw I don't correct anything she says, nor do I ignore requests in languages other than my L2 (although I translate whatever she said into my L2 before I respond).
I posted a while ago about pronouns and since then she's got them totally figured out in English (loves to let us know about which things are "Mine!!") but still thinks 'you' means 'DD' and 'I' means 'Mom/Dad' in both of the home languages (so I know what she really means when she yells "Yours!" in my L2, heh).
TIA for the input - I know I probably sound kind of neurotic about the language thing but it's not really worry, more just fascination with the learning process and curiosity about how it is going to develop.