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i am not sure i would let MY daughter out of the house like this..would u?

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Question: would u put this/somthng like it on your child (0-6yrs)

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yes, whats wrong with it

no way!

not that young

depends(tell me why)


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do you guys think this is an ok outfit?

I found this and others like it on a site called www.flyingpeas.com and ahile they do have some cool things i was shocked by some of the things they have . how bout u?

 


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toddler boyteen boy

by on Apr. 20, 2009 at 12:43 AM
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mytwosons510
by on Apr. 20, 2009 at 5:49 PM

I don't get why anyone, would put their child in those shirts. Completely inappropriate

forsythia_18
by on Apr. 20, 2009 at 6:02 PM

I feel that uncomfortable feeling you get when you're the only one laughing at a joke.  ***backs away carefully***

lol

dita
by New Member on Apr. 21, 2009 at 12:04 AM

I am NOT stereotyping u!

If u would read i am telling from a personal perspective, i was a very young mom (16 to be exact) and i know how i thought then compared to now.

I was not bashing u and by the way, you r NOT a "young " mom by some standards and definitions so don't get so busy about it.sticking out tongue

Quoting Mommy_of_Riley:


Quoting dita:

I think it is highly offensive when i see things like this on kids.

The parents that have there kids in thee are normally the kids who have babies.

I can say this because i was one of them, i had my oldest at 16 yrs old and i bought this trash for him.

As they say, when i was a child i thought as a child........so not cool for parents to do there kids!

Gotta love those stereotypes....

My husband is 25 and I am 23.  We are not children or "kids who have babies". 
We just have a different sense of humor than others...


 


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dita
by New Member on Apr. 21, 2009 at 12:07 AM

i dont think there is only one side to this coin, i simply wasnt sure why someone whould put this shirt on there kids or some of the others on the site i mentioned.

I think alot of the clothes are very cute, even funny however i think some cross the fine line IMO...thats all

 


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luckcharm
by Bronze Member on Apr. 21, 2009 at 12:17 AM

I'd put it on my kid.  Would she wear it to school? No,  their are school clothes and there are just clothes.  

I think its funny,  I may have an odd sense of humor but whatever,  there just clothes.   I don't think clothes make a person who they are... unless they are seriously superficial.

 

                   

Mommy_of_Riley
by Jes on Apr. 21, 2009 at 1:39 AM

Sorry for jumping but I get defensive when people bring up "young" moms...  Some people just go there and I don't consider me to be a "young" mom.  Yes I'm only 23 but I was married for almost 3 years before we had our son...  (Sorry... not meaning to rant)

Anyways.  Thank you for clarifying what you meant.

Quoting dita:

I am NOT stereotyping u!

If u would read i am telling from a personal perspective, i was a very young mom (16 to be exact) and i know how i thought then compared to now.

I was not bashing u and by the way, you r NOT a "young " mom by some standards and definitions so don't get so busy about it.sticking out tongue

Quoting Mommy_of_Riley:

 

Quoting dita:

I think it is highly offensive when i see things like this on kids.

The parents that have there kids in thee are normally the kids who have babies.

I can say this because i was one of them, i had my oldest at 16 yrs old and i bought this trash for him.

As they say, when i was a child i thought as a child........so not cool for parents to do there kids!

Gotta love those stereotypes....

My husband is 25 and I am 23.  We are not children or "kids who have babies". 
We just have a different sense of humor than others...

 



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hsteele
by on Apr. 21, 2009 at 2:13 AM

I plan on letting my kids dress how they want to, but I am pretty hopeful she won't want to dress that way. Hopefully lol.

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s.teph
by Member on Apr. 21, 2009 at 2:47 AM

Personally I don't find it funny, although we do have other shirts like that. However, I think there's a fine line between what's appropriate humor and what's innappropriate. Like ours say/said
-Famous: Autographs available after kindergarten
-Automatic Sprinkler

-Daddy's wingman
-This is my time out shirt (I wear it all day long)
-Grandma loves (to spoil) me
-Party in my crib 2 am bring your own bottle
-My dad is the man

There's probably a few more I'm not thinking of.. and that doesn't even include the bibs.. but I wouldn't put my kid in something with curse words on it.. I just think it's innappropriate. He has his whole life to use those words and wear clothes with cursing on it.. he doesn't need me to help him start a few years earlier.I want him cute and cuddly as long as possible because by the time 12 rolls around I'm screwed lol.

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KittyD
by on Apr. 21, 2009 at 2:48 AM


Quoting cdgoldilocks:

No. I wouldn't. It just isn't very classy. It is not the future I would want for my dd, to get trashed at prom. It isn't even funny.


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Brandie_xo
by Member on Apr. 21, 2009 at 2:50 AM

Its one thing to put clothes with funny sayings or pictures on them on your child.


It's another to put trashy things on them.

This is trashy.

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