More proof that people who design children's clothing don't have children or, at least, any concern for them growing to become useful adults.My sister gave my daughter a tee that said "Diva" when she was 6. I tossed it.
I don't think I even understand that "hollaback" one... Those are funny in theory - but no, I wouldn't want to see on my own daughter.
I would wear that trouble t-shirt as it is more appropriate for me.
Seriously, who thinks that these tshirts a good idea?
What? Were they all out of Hannah Montana and Jonas Brothers T-shirts?
That bad news: this means there is still a girl out there wearing the shirt that says, "I recycle boys"Can you believe a classmate of my daughter's wears that to middle school?! I WISH she would donate it!My daughters are old enough that fashion could be a constant battle. Thankfully, they have noticed that I was right... people who wear that stuff are usually not 'best friend' material. But these days we compromise... stupid t-shirts can be worn as pajamas... mom still has the last word on what phrases they are allowed to snuggle up with.
I hate all those tee shirts with the obnoxious sayings on them. I refuse to purchase them.
Too bad one little 8 year old I know already owns all of those shirts and has internalized their messages. She's a terror! Thanks, Paris Hiltons of the world!
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