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Let’s Not Sexualize Baby Onesies, Mmmkay?

Just when you thought humanity wasn’t headed down the shitter after all, novelty store It’Sugar thought it would be a fun idea to sell baby clothes with creepy sexual statements emblazoned on the front of them. Phrases like “hung like a preschooler”, “I’m proof my mommy puts out,” and “does this diaper make my butt look big?” stand out, amongst others. Gross. Young people are bombarded with the pressure to be “sexy” before their age even hits double digits these days, but now sexual jokes are starting before the kid can even walk? Not cool. These clothes aren’t just sexual, they’re also flat-out body shaming. Do we really need to be scrutinizing the size of a baby’s butt? I’m pretty positive the company meant for these clothes to be taken as a joke, but that’s how ideology takes root: it starts out as something seemingly innocuous that’s not to be taken seriously, but then all of a sudden it’s totally ingrained into a person’s thoughts and a five-year-old is crying over whether her butt looks big because she’s been wearing clothes with phrases like this on them since before she could talk. Can’t kids just be kids for half a second without having to think about their bodies? If this is a sign of the times, I’m not too excited for whatever nasty ideas people are going to come up with next. [Change.org]

Totally Appropriate: “50 Shades of Grey” Onesies For Babies

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How are babies and BDSM related, you ask? The answer is the new 50 Shades of Grey baby onesies found on Etsy.com. Your baby will be sure to turn heads wearing these white ensembles, sporting phrases like “9 months ago mommy read Fifty Shades of Grey,” or “all mommy wanted was a night with Mr. Grey.” I pity the child who grows up and sees baby pictures dressed up in poorly written erotica-inspired attire! [Gothamist]

Snoop Dogg’s Latest Weird Thing Is … Baby Clothes?

Remember when Charlie Sheen did that really weird thing that one time? No, no, not the time he completely lost his mind, shacked up with a couple of porn stars and talked about winning and warlocks. We’re referring to when Sheen decided he’d make kid’s clothes. Yes, that happened. Well, now mega-weeded mogul Snoop Dogg is teaming up with David Beckham (oh sure) to launch a line of children’s clothing. It seems the pair met when Beckham appeared on Snoop’s “Father Hood” reality show back in 2007 and kept in touch. “I’d love to do a Babygro range and baby house shoes with Beckham,” Snoop supposedly told The Daily Mirror “It’s going to be fly. It’s great news they are having a baby.” And also, of Beckham, Mr. Dogg said, “He’s like a brother. I’m gonna show him to rap, for shizzle. He’s my boy. I love soccer just as he loves hip-hop. Beckham needs to keep doing what he’s doing, he’s a great father.” [Daily Mirror] Keep reading »

Awesome Affordable Etsy Find: Treat Your Baby Right

I pity the baby who doesn’t have a onesie with Mr. T’s face on it. Seriously though, if you’ve been looking for a badass baby shower gift, it doesn’t get more badass than this. [$14.99, Truly Sanctuary] Keep reading »

If We Were Louis Bardo Bullock’s Stylists…

We find Sandra Bullock‘s adopted son Louis as adorable as the rest of you, but why, why was the kid wearing that ridiculous beaded necklace on the cover of People? He’s not white, we get that, so does he really need a set of tribal-looking beads to drive home the point? Couldn’t they have thrown a cutesy baby outfit on him and called it a day? No one technically asked for the advice and we’re not applying for the job or anything, but … if we were Louis’ stylists, here’s how we’d advise him to dress. Keep reading »

Babyglow Clothes: Like Mood Rings For Infants

You may have been into color-changing fad fashions like mood rings or those gloves that produce designs in the cold, but did they ever really serve a purpose? (Besides telling you that you’re supposedly anxious, or that it’s freezing out?) Now comes something useful—Babyglow jumpers, designed to shift color to indicate changes in infants’ body temperatures. The suits, which come in green, pink, or blue, turn white if the baby begins heating up, alerting parents to pediatric fevers. A bit of a weird concept, but probably pretty useful! You know, considering that babies can’t talk and stuff. [P.S. What the hell is up with all these crazy baby products today!? — Editor] [SpringWise.com] Keep reading »

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