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Beyonce Likes Her Nephew So She Put a Shirt on Him

Earlier this week, Beyonce filled the role of favorite auntie with her sister, Solange's son, Julez. While the two spent quality time together shopping in Beverly Hills, the 4-year-old sported a "My Auntie Rocks" tee (you can get a onesie just like it here). Tops giving props to parents and family members have become increasingly popular over the years. Shirts have slogans from "My Dad's Mr. Wonderfull" to "Grandma's My Favorite" to "My Mom's Hot" and just about any other form of kudos you can imagine.

My own kids have received the sassy tees as gifts, but I've never felt comfortable having my 2-year-old wear the one that compliments me when we're out together. What's your opinion on this?


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Akpril Akpril 6 years
There's a difference between "My mom rocks" and "My mom is hot." I don't see why anyone would want to plaster all over their child their own opinion of their attractiveness, you know? I didn't want my baby wearing any of these shirts. It's probably way over analytical, but I don't like the idea of speaking for my child. I want him to be able to have his own opinion, not whatever I make him wear.
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