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    Neither of my children wore denim until they were 12 months old - hate seeing little babies in 'grownup' clothes.

    Licensed clothing -loathe the stuff (except for Peter Rabbit - I think that's classic and my little boy had some beautiful Peter Rabbit onesies). One Christmas, my daughter who was 3 at the time, received 'Dora' nighties and t-shirts from my in-laws and they were all returned to Target on Boxing Day! I can't stand 'Dora' anything!!!

    Runners/Sneakers worn with jeans, shorts, etc. My children only wear runners with trackie pants and only at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponioes View Post
    Pink is a good colour on DD, she has quite olive skin with rosy cheeks and brown eyes and looks like she has a tan. Can't buy anything yellow and green isn't too great on her either, unless it's a mint green with pale pink to offset. .
    Did i read that right??

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    Quote Originally Posted by siansmum View Post

    Runners/Sneakers worn with jeans, shorts, etc. My children only wear runners with trackie pants and only at home.
    OMG massive pet peeve for me!!!!!

    My kids wear runners/sneakers for PE at school and Little Athletics - that is it!!!

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    LMAO! my kids wear trainers all the time, best footwear for running around a park, riding bikes etc.

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    Black clothes
    Licensed stuff. We allow the kids to wear licensed pjs though
    Headbands on babies

    I agree crocs are hideous but they are just so awesome! They are the only shoes my kids can put on and take off themselves, it doesn't matter if they get wet/ sandy/ muddy you just hose them out. The time I save in not having to put on 4 pairs of shoes each time we go out is worth it.

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    Gosh, aren't we all so diverse, as someone else pointed out?

    I have to admit that I've completely done a 180 about character clothing. I wouldn't buy it for A, B or C but E has lots of Ben 10, F loves Thomas and Cars, and G has Dora everything (and never watches her!).

    I don't like bikinis on anyone who isn't adult but I do sometimes buy them to go under rashies and boardies (so much easier for young girls to go to the loo). For my teens, I buy tankinis for the pool at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    LMAO! my kids wear trainers all the time, best footwear for running around a park, riding bikes etc.
    I agree. Me and dd do, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parentingrocks View Post
    Did i read that right??
    How did you read it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    I hate seeing girls knickers under skirts etc - my dd wears monkey bar shorts or leggings under skirts/dresses. That is my one rule, otherwise she has free range of her clothes to put on as she pleases.
    Me too! My girls always wear leggings under skirts

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    I dislike earrings on little girls, clothes with slogans and character clothing. I also hate bikinis on babies. My DD (7mths) wears an all in one rashie which is far more appropriate fir her age and skin protection.

    I don't mind headbands but my baby girl has plenty of hair.


 

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