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Old 07-08-2009, 07:15 AM   #11
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Re: Would you buy these for your daughter?

Yep they are soft and squishy and yep I'd buy them if I had a girl

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Old 07-08-2009, 07:27 AM   #12
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I personally don't see it as any different than putting a baby boy in a little tuxedo or tie and jacket. Neither the shoes nor the tux are really baby friendly and they are both made to imitate adult clothing.
When it comes down to "sexual overtones" and the like, I think the shoes only seem that way if they are paired with an outfit that says the same. There are many conservative dresses that would look more innocent and just as adult without the hoochie mama overtones. The outfit in the OP is not as tasteful as it could be and my sense of style would have demanded different shoes from the same line anyway.
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Nope, never.
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:46 AM   #14
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Totally yes! She loves to play dress up big time so these would be perfect. I guess I just don't see the problem with things like these that alot of people think will make a girl grow up too fast? Thats just makes no sense to me. I remember hearing a friend tell me to stop painting my dd's toes cuz she was too little for that, mind you she musta been 3 at the time. How does nail polish make a child grow up too fast? Ridiculous. I told her the problem is not the polish its you for thinking it does.
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I think they are hideous!!! NEVER would I put them on my child!
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Disgusting I know they are meant to be funny, but they're not. Unless you're looking to sexualize your infant/toddler...
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:43 AM   #17
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I think they are cute lol. I would never buy them though.
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I think that they are ridiculously ugly
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Re: Would you buy these for your daughter?

sexual??? really? i think that's reaching for something that's just not there they're shoes, not bikinis!

they're not my taste though, so no, i wouldn't buy them
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