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OnSugar Blog: Little Celebrity, Big Nerd!

Lots of moms think out loud, and Grafix does too. Little Celebrity, Big Nerd! comes from the Grafix On Sugar blog at OnSugar.

Do you dress your kids like celebrities? I mean, do you go out of your way to make sure that your little one has all the hottest fashions, accessories and hair...I know I do. What cost does dressing your little one take on your wardrobe? Recently, I have realized that my two very fashionable boys have better wardrobes than I do — better appeal and more friends! I mean, I would never even consider buying myself a shirt for $140, but I do it (and did it yesterday) for a 3 year old without hesitation.

Why is this new wave of tiny fashionistas emerging? Did something happen when Suri Cruise was born or was this always around, and I just found out when I had children? Whatever happened, I am worried that these two little trendsetters are going to grow up and want more then just a taste of what I have given them. Perhaps, they will be spoiled or maybe it will just be a part of our culture to always sustain a unique and trendy appearance. Whatever it is . . . I have to change!

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Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 5 years
My kid is definitely dressed better than I am. I don't have the money to buy her new designer clothes, but she gets new Target clothes and new factory outlet clothes every few months while I do my best to make my old clothes last and hit the secondhand store when I need something new to wear.
sourcherry sourcherry 5 years
Yeah I don't really understand the point of a $140 shirt for a toddler. He doesn't care how much it costs, and the grown ups who even notice will only see him wear the shirt a few times... I think the money would be much better spent on yourself - you're the adult, you're the one that should have the privilege of an extravagant closet... at least it is in use for a lot longer!
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