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Heelarious: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

You may be head over heels in love with your baby, but is she ready for a sassy pair of stilettos while still in the crib? Available in hot pink and black patent and zebra and leopard satin, Heelarious ($35) soft soled high heels for lil fashionistas prove that a party girl can look her best at any age. Do you think the footwear is fabulous or flabbergasting?

anikamakanda anikamakanda 4 years
What a slippery slope society is falling down. soon a 6 year old in heels and booty shorts will be oh so cute *sigh*
PrincessLtrain PrincessLtrain 6 years
Y'all need to get a sense of humour.
ans1981 ans1981 8 years
I think the shoes are too cute, I don;t think they would make a baby look like a street walker, they're for fun, more like for pictures. And I can't wait to get them for my 3 month old daughter!!!
babyhiccups babyhiccups 9 years
Absolutely cute, absolutely fun, absolutely meant for hilarity - not references to sick and disgusting pedophilic scenarios or prostitution. Haven't women come far enough that high heels can be seen as necessary to fashion as the belt, wallet or cuff link? Not all high heels are made for strippers or street walkers. I'd like to think that my personal collection is FAR from that, and would be totally appropriate for any child in my house to romp around in. I think that these are great and would be a fun addition to my child's special-event wardrobe. I vote that we all get off the conservative-freak-out-session and celebrate our inner Carrie Bradshaw (or Imelda Marcos for you long-time footwear lovers) and let even then wee-ones have a ball! Besides, read the fine print on the website. They're friggin COMPLETELY SOFT....SHEESH! *rolls eyes*
teagirl teagirl 9 years
Hahahahahahaha! These are soooo funny! But still...weird. Maybe for Halloween...MAYBE.
Livvy-P Livvy-P 9 years
UGH!! My daughter (3 y.o.) plays dress-up in her princess gowns & shoes, but they are plastic, and innocent-looking! Yuck, who wants their child to dress up like Heidi Montag?! There is something creepy about these shoes - especially because they are not intended as a dress up toy.
porkypocky porkypocky 9 years
even as a gag gift, they're still pretty creepy... not to mention the animal prints look tacky to me.
macneil macneil 9 years
It's just silly! It does not make babies prostitutes!!
BlairBear BlairBear 9 years
I think they're funny. I would have put them on my little babies. It's not like they're walking down the street in them, they're just for show.
imcs imcs 9 years
there is a time for everything
kittymeow30 kittymeow30 9 years
These shoes are purely decorative people! I mean you know its a joke right?? Heelarious? Hilarious? Anyways I think this is a great idea and dont think a baby could get hurt in these because the heels dont look real! I think its fabric. I agree, if it was for an older girl I wouldnt really find that appropriate but this is just like the bows people put on their babies heads its cute and fun!
ohjeeze ohjeeze 9 years
They are supposed to be a joke. It's for children age 0-6 months. Women are supposed to put it on their babies, take pictures to show her friends and say "look at what a fashionista my daughter is". Come on people lighten up. If it were for girls age 3-6 then I would've been irked by it. However, I don't think the APA (American Pediatric Association) would approve a product like that to be on the market as it would cause development problems.
peepshow peepshow 9 years
I'm guessing gag-type of gift, they can't really be serious. I might have to buy them just to freak my husband out. We have a 3 month old baby BOY. (Seriously, I'd never buy these. Even if we had a baby girl.)
macgirl macgirl 9 years
that's just weird.
blondie0087 blondie0087 9 years
for a baby who clearly is not ready to walk yet i think its cute....but only for infants, once they can pull themselves up and stand those shoes have got to go
lms lms 9 years
i don't like them at all, but I don't think they are dangerous. The heel looks soft to me.
LiLRuck44 LiLRuck44 9 years
libbyd libbyd 9 years
i wouldn't ever put those on my baby, but i don't think they're all that horrible... plus, it looks like they're size 0-6 months - not like a baby that age is doing anything besides lounging around on a playmat.
Its cute. I think they're just for dress up and fun. Not to wear every day like regular shoes.
brainstewerz brainstewerz 9 years
those are disgusting and it's wrong to make them even for a joke because there are dumb people out there who would put them on their child's feet. it's downright dangerous.
meandtheo meandtheo 9 years
I do believe these are supposed to be tongue and cheek. Look at the name, they are even making fun of themselves. so I think they are purely for entertainment value, which makes them pretty darn funny if you ask me. I even love the name!!
Frank-y-Ava Frank-y-Ava 9 years
I don't like it, kids should be kids not prostitutes! Same shit as the kid beauty pageants. I think those things are disgusting, tanning 5 year olds, fake teeth, makeup from here to England. It's just nasty. Kids should wear tennis shoes and sandals, that's it!!!
apma apma 9 years
Well, um, I guess babies could wear them for Halloween...if you wanted to dress them as a streetwalker.
Nyrina-Windu Nyrina-Windu 9 years
Those things appalling and gross to look at.
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