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Desiree - posted on 06/27/2010 ( 74 moms have responded )

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Hey moms how do yall feel about those new diapers from huggies... i think they are cute but my hubby doesnt want no parts of them for our son... he says they look like pum pum shorts, and when i really look at them he is kind of right??/

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Tara - posted on 06/30/2010

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You HATE feet? lol sorry but that' funny. Nothing wrong with feet, they serve a great purpose for us bipedal humans. A little bit of a hang up? I hope you are not transferring that to your children, they might end up having a strong aversion to feet or maybe go the other way and have a foot fetish when they're older. By the way putting children in hard soled shoes is bad for their feet. Soft shoes or no shoes is the recommendation of most podiatrists and chiropractors as they allow for the natural development of their arches and muscles. I also agree that children are a reflection of their parents but only when it comes to behaviour and values and morals. Not how they dress. The fact you dressed your kids to the nines as you say, and that they couldn't wear what they wanted as children, but were dressed up like dolls or window mannequins says to me that you care too much about other peoples opinions and don't care enough about instilling independence and respect for individuality in your children. Have you ever asked them if they like the clothes you put on them? Does it matter to you if they don't like what you choose for them to wear?
No play clothes as small kids?? Why?? Were they allowed to play in the mud? Roll in the grass, jump in the leaves in fall or do any of the other fun and dirty stuff kids like to do??? Or were their clothes and appearance more important to you?
I'm baffled by your style of parenting, to mean it seems like you might have a bit of an issue with power and control.
Again, how my children are as people, how they treat others and how they learn to be responsible for their own attire and comfort and making good decisions is what being a mom is about. I want my kids to learn to do for themselves, make decisions based on their own morals and values and opinions, not to force feed them what I think is best all the time. And as far as other people's opinion of me, well if they can see beyond the jeans and tie-dyed shirts and barefeet my children are often sporting, they would see that my kids are intelligent, articulate, worldly, compassionate and well rounded. By the way, we homeschool and I don't think school is a job I think it's like prison for children. Especially when moms send them off dressed like they're going to a funeral or a ball.
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Brittney - posted on 06/30/2010

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I got them and they are cute. But I never just have my son walk around in them as the commercial does. They are nice, and very absorbent...Just my opinion.

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I think it's funny that some of you are putting them under your daughter's dresses. What happened to bloomers? Even if a dress doesn't come with matching bloomers, you can still buy a pair of white bloomers (to match every dress she has) to cover the diaper.

Lisa, out of curiosity, what do you do with your daughter in public?

Sherri, onesies are cute, easy and convenient, and baby toes are the sweetest thing! But I agree with you that you don't have to spend a lot of money to make your kids look good. I just don't think looking good all the time is incredibly important. And I also live in an affluent town.

Minnie - posted on 06/30/2010

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Tahaha, Sherri, you would think my family positively neanderthal then, since we EC, and my second, from about 6-15 months, was without even a diaper much of the time- just nudie-butt since it was nice and hot out during the summer.



On the subject of the thread: I think the huggies jean diapers are ridiculous. I think in light of recent research showing the risks of disposable diapers they're trying to play up their image, since there are so many cute cloth diapers out there.

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Sherri - posted on 07/04/2010

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I do now see your point as well. I am really sorry I said anything that offended others I never meant too. So please let's agree that we do the best for our children and stop the bickering.

Deanna - posted on 07/03/2010

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I see your point, now you have to see the rest of ours. We simply are putting the comforts and safety of our children first. I live in the south and the humidity is awful...so if that means that I have to (gasp!) take off the tank/shorts or dress off and let their little bodies breath, well then, I guess I must be a welfare mom,...but most importanly, I have happy, healthy, cool kids...PEACE

Sherri - posted on 07/03/2010

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Because I have always had a problem with my there and their it has nothing to do with being educated it just is something that I seem to make a mistake with every single time and confuse the two every time.

Guess I just need to proof read better didn't realize we were now into grammar bashing.

Andrea - posted on 07/03/2010

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Sherri:



I would just like you to note that not all people who have dirty kids and only diapers on are on welfare. And probably not all people on welfare have dirty kids that run around only in diapers. It just feels like you are very much generalizing.



For boasting about that excellent education, I am just wondering why in virtually every post you've made in the discussion, you use "there" when you are trying to say "their". "Their" shows ownership and "there" is more like if you are referring to a location- or "look, it's over THERE."



You have also done it at least once- if not more with the word "wear". I think you were referring to your child "wearing" some clothes, but said "where".



Just look at the post you JUST wrote to me-



Just thought you might want to know.

Sherri - posted on 07/03/2010

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They are not babies anymore Jess they are 13, 11 & 4 and they play sports (karate, basketball, baseball, soccer), ride bikes, play at the park, we go camping, we go on vacations last year they went to Disney, they go swimming, we go to the water park do you still think they lead boring lives they have it better than most. Why will they have major issues because I dressed them nicely and cute when they were little? Who is judging now!

@Andrea

Most of the people that do let there kids fun the streets the next town over in diapers and dirty faces are on Welfare just so you know. We knew a family in the neighborhood and almost every family around there including themselves where on Welfare and the state of these kids was sad. If they did have shirts on they were dirty and filthy but usually it was just a diaper and no shoes on running up and down the sidewalks.

Before you start judging others, please learn to use the words in the English language correctly. Thank you :)

I am quite educated and do use the words of the English language correctly Dear!!

Jess - posted on 07/03/2010

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I feel sorry for Sherrie's children. It seems they have a very boring life and they will grow up with major issues. Let your babies be babies and your kids be kids.

Sarah - posted on 07/03/2010

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wow...we are judging children??? How are we supposed to improve our world and set good examples if we are concerned with what a "low class" baby is wearing?

Andrea - posted on 07/03/2010

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@ Sherri:





"A lot of welfare people let there kids run around in diapers and no shoes up and down the side walks and that is what I equate it too."



You equate the people who do this to the people on welfare. I'd love to know if you actually have ever ASKED these people who let their children run around in a diaper- or if you just assume because you feel that people who let their their children do it- and also people on welfare are "low class".



Before you start judging others, please learn to use the words in the English language correctly. Thank you :)

Michelle - posted on 07/03/2010

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I know this thread is about diapers but I have to comment as some of the comments above just just soooo snobby!!! I always dressed my girls for comfort rather than fashion - they're not dolls and I refused to dress them up like dolls. Yes they will be in a smart dress, shoes, etc when we are going somewhere that warrants dressing like that. Yes they dress very smart for school but for the garden, the park, and general running around they are in "sensible" clothes. They have always been allowed to get messy and I have always ensured they are "cleaned up" afterwards. My girls have no fear of getting sticky hands or messy hands - it all washes off after all. Yes generally as babies my girls were dressed when they went outside, though not with shoes on all the time. In the heat I just made sure they were covered in plenty of sun cream, put on very light clothing and left them bare footed (though they did wear sunhats). Nobody minded, nobody judged, nobody commented and nobody thought we were low class because of it.

As for the post. I've always liked huggies nappies but I generally used Tescos own brand (which are pretty much the same as huggies in my opinion). I couldn't use pampers on my girls as, for some reason, they caused a rash. I wouldn't necessarily buy a nappy for a particular design. I do think, for girls anyway, frilly knickers look really cute on a baby so I would rather put them over the top of the nappy. However, I did buy huggies pull-ups simply for the princess design when my youngest was potty trained as it made them seem more "special" to her and encouraged her to keep them dry and use the potty.

Debra - posted on 07/03/2010

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as far as the diapers, i wouldnt spend the money for jean looking diapers. i think that diapers should be covered by clothing of some sort also, but thats just because i have had experiences where my son would crap his pants and it went out sides of his diaper, you never know when your kid might get the poops. wouldnt you rather be safe than sorry? lol

Sherri - posted on 07/03/2010

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Whatever I live in the states where we only have 8 wks of summer here we only get about one week out of the entire summer that we have 90+ weather in a row. That is probably why things are different here. I don't ignore my child's comfort but a tank top or shorts over a diaper are not going to make children any hotter my dear.

Brenna - posted on 07/03/2010

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The daipers are cute but why pay more for something that is only for looks?

as for the other subject.. I grew up in a small town where you know everyone from the time you are born until you die. I can remember going to our local store without shoes, in our swim suits to get something to drink or eat til i was 10. Our community is just that way. We arent the sort of stuck up community that looks down on someone because they dont wear shoes and dressy clothes in public. Our community is built around numerous creeks,rivers, and outdoors! We dont have a city park because we have nature all around us.
I am having a little girl in Sept and the heat is still bad here at that time. My daughters comfort will always come first to me and if she is sweating then she'll be allowed to wear her diaper in public. We grew up running around in our diapers or underwear til we were 2-3 and never once were we looked down upon by a community member as "lowclass" My grandfather is actually the commisioner of our Coutny and this is just how we are raised. I n no way were we worse children for the way we were raised.
seems to me that anyone that is so worried by others oppinions that they ignore the child's comfort should not have children!

Sherri - posted on 07/03/2010

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I never said they were on welfare I said they look low class. There is a big difference!!

Andrea - posted on 07/03/2010

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I should clarify that we wouldn't leave the house in just his underwear. For example- it's pretty hot where I live today- and we are actually playing inside until later in the afternoon when the sun and heat are less intense. What I meant- is that if we were out, etc....and it truly became an an issue of heat, I would strip him- and finish up whatever it was we were doing- to go home. So don't interpret what I said to mean that we would just go to the park underwear. I do find that strange. But when push comes to shove- if I make the mistake of thinking it's not too hot when in fact it is- then I will do whatever takes to make sure my child is comfortable- and honestly- it's not really about whether or not you find it appropriate if children are in their underwear. It's your harsh judgement- i.e. people who let their kids be in diapers must be on welfare. When it comes down to it- people are people- whether there's an endless bank account or they have to use state assistance. You make it sound like people who are on welfare are a disease. Perhaps you might disagree with children in their diaper, underwear or soft soled shoes. But just because you don't agree with another parent's decision- it doesn't make them less of a person. Welfare or not. We are all people- so have a little heart. We're all just human- if we all did the same thing, life would be pretty boring.

Sherri - posted on 07/03/2010

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If that is how you interpret my post that is your choice. My children will never be in just there underwear in public ever in no way is this appropriate nor will they be in public in just a diaper ever. If we were at the park and another child was in underwear playing on the playground I would leave or wait until they left. I don't want my son playing with another child just in there underwear in public. If you choose to that is your choice too. Where I live it is socially not acceptable.

Andrea - posted on 07/03/2010

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Actually Sherri- just for the record if at age 26 months my son was actually THAT hot because of the weather etc, I would let him sit in his underwear. My son is still a little heater- which means that occasionally, even when the A/C is on and it's still that warm out (we don't have central A/C, just window units- and no we are not on welfare....lol. We just live in a very old house) anyway- even with the A/C on- he still sweats when he's sleeping sometimes. Keep in mind- if we are out shopping- Target/the mall/etc....those places have A/C- so really- our kids would freeze without clothes on. But if we are out on a walk - or at a park- and there was an instance it was THAT hot- he'd be down the the last thing to cover his bum. Even at the age of 2- children's thermometer's are not what adults are.

If my child has softer soled shoes, does that throw us in the welfare category? Lol.

I firmly think that everyone should be entitled to their parenting style- as long as the children aren't at harm. But it's very hard to respect someone who sounds so naive and uneducated when making statements similar to the ones you are making. My mother let me run around in a diaper when I was younger- on the beach in the bahamas (no, it wasn't a nude beach)- I suppose my mom's welfare check flew the fam to the bahamas, right?

Sherri - posted on 07/03/2010

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Well Andrea at 26mo's my son was potty trained so it wouldn't be appropriate for him to be sitting in his underwear in public why is appropriate for yours at the same age to be in public in a diaper? Isn't that ultimately his underwear?

Jessica - posted on 07/03/2010

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Wow...on the subject, I don't like the idea of the jean diapers. Kinda strange to show off your diapers. Pampers is coming out with designer diapers as well, to be in stores later in the month.

Now on to the dressing subject. I make sure my kids are dressed for going out in public. However my daughter doesn't always have shoes on because she takes them off faster than I can get them on. I don't let her down to run if she doesn't have them on. As far as at home, my kids are in undies or diapers most of the time. Outside time at home usually leaves my daughter naked running around outside because she hates wet clothes and the diapers get too heavy when wet!!

Andrea - posted on 07/03/2010

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I have considered the jeans diapers- but also heard that they leak terribly and although we use and love Huggies- apparently their functionality is not up to par. I would consider using them out in the yard in the summer or at Nana's house, but not as an outfit (my son is 2). I do think they would be perfect for a little girl under her dress though- or a younger child in the summer when it's hot. Why make them wear more than their diaper if it's 90 outside- I can't imagine that wearing the diaper (cloth/disposable/etc...) is very comfortable in the heat. I have noticed my son taking his diaper off more and more- and he does it on the days its very hot.


Sherri: I totally respect that you like to keep your children dressed "appropriately"- and that they have warn shoes on their feet since the day they came home from the hospital- but I find your choice of words- "low class"- to be well....quite snobbish. I have a 2 year old- if we are out in the stroller and he keeps kicking his shoes off in the store-(yes they fit- they are just shoes that can be kicked off) I will take them off so we don't lose one. No, he doesn't get to walk around like that, but I will leave him in the stroller like that. And if my son were to be sweating and his hair was getting wet- you can be sure I would strip him down to whatever to diaper- or whatever I was allowed to make sure he's comfortable. Comfort is way more important than what someone who's judgmental might think. I guess I just feel bad for your kids if you jeopardize their comfort.

Sherri - posted on 07/02/2010

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I personally don't like cloth diapers all my kids wore disposable diapers and actually we used Huggies for all of them but I wouldn't buy this particular marketing ploy.

Deidra - posted on 07/02/2010

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i dont like them, i use cloth diapers to keep my sons butt looking cute :) and he isnt sitting in a diaper full of chemicals that will be trwon into a landfill for millions of years.. but thats just me

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oh sherrie i wasnt offended lol.. i was really just going for a laugh.. not serious at all .. i just think those diapers are silly and the commericials even more thats all

September - posted on 07/02/2010

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I think they are pointless! Who wants to show off their child's diaper anyhow? Not me!

Karen - posted on 07/02/2010

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I think they are kind of creepy. Have you seen the commercial? They are making them look like short shorts...

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I suppose with short playtime it wouldn't really matter. As long as they are comfortable.

I think the Huggies are a cute idea, but I don't like Huggies. I refuse to use them after the horrible rash my DD got from them. My DD was born in July but I also baby carried her. If it was hot out, I did strip her down to her diaper and then stuck her in our SleepyWrap. She was usually still hot because of my body heat, but covered. I don't think I have a problem with "under dressed" babies in public. We all do what we think is best for our little ones and shouldn't care what anyone else thinks of us. Just think, we will probably never see that person again, what difference does it make if they think we are welfare?

Sherri - posted on 07/02/2010

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Not in preschool they didn't but in Kindergarten they had a play ground yes my kids are very comfortable in them they never had a problem all the little girls wore mary janes and most were in nice dresses every day too but in kindergarten they are only there 2 1/2 hrs with only I think 15-20mins on the playground. In elementary they are only given 30 mins on the playground after there 30 min lunch. They play just like every other kid.

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Sherri, did the children have an outside playtime? With a jungle gym, kick ball, etc? Wouldn't dress shoes hurt their feet during that time? I'm just wondering, because it kind of sounds like one of the private schools near me and I was wondering how the children get on. Our public schools just state that you have to be dressed appropriately, ie no Daisy Dukes, spaghetti straps, even tanks are phased out, but sneakers seem like a must to me at such young ages because of playtime.

Sherri - posted on 07/01/2010

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OMG I said IN PUBLIC and in case you didn't get it I said IN PUBLIC people I don't care what you do in the privacy of your own homes!! Could we blow this anymore out of control. My child goes around with no shirt, no shoes at home but when we are IN PUBLIC they were always dressed appropriately shorts, pants, & shirts. I never called you a low class hick for letting your child play in the back yard in a diaper who gives a darn what happens at your home, my son swam in swim diapers too at home in public they were covered with a bathing suit over the top. If you are required to wear a shirt your child should also be required. Also we were in a restaurant one day and the family in front of us had their children in overalls with no shirts and they were refused service because the boys didn't have shirts on under the overalls and there dress code required shirts. The boys were little too 4 or 5 I am guessing.

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no jean diapers for us.. i am the low class hick family who lets theyre two boys play in pool and wather table with just wet diapers on... sorry.. lol.. and as far as going to stores, esp walmart which is literally down the street, again.. diapers, shorts, sometimes no shirt and def no shoes..GASP... hold onto your seats

Shauna - posted on 07/01/2010

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I can't stand them....but that's just me. The commercial should be yanked form TV too...I think it's terrible! But again, that's just me!

Amanda - posted on 07/01/2010

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i don't like them just because i have a boy and his diaper never shows. they are pointless...i hate huggies too. my baby wears only pampers

Sam - posted on 07/01/2010

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Waste of money. Do we really need to put more into looks and at such a young age?

Donna - posted on 07/01/2010

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I bought them thinking if my daughter wore a dress they would look cute. I did also have to buy regular diapers too because everytime she napped in the jean diaper she was soaked up to her little arm pits. Cute YES! Absorbant NO!

Cindy - posted on 06/30/2010

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I think the slogan is hysterical: "The coolest you'll look pooping your pants." So funny!!

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I think they are cute, but then I think, is it cool for the baby to go somewhere in a diaper and no bottoms, or is it just for around the house. Hum?

Josie - posted on 06/30/2010

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I would never let me kid outside naked, you never know what kind of perverts are out there.

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Out shopping or going to restaurants she typically wore trainer pants. During the summer in our home town she frequently went diaper-free.

Emilie - posted on 06/30/2010

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When my kids started walking I had shoes on them, when it is a younger baby and they don't walk I don't see why they even need shoes. I wouldn't tak my child out in public with no clothes but at home then they just wore a diaper, or a diaper and a T-shirt. Sometimes I would take my kids out in public with a onesie on and socks, but I don't think It looks low class to have them in a onesie and socks, I want my kids to be comfy especially when they are babies. Also, I saw the huggies Jean diapers and I think they look like cheap fake Jeans. I think a real deniem diaper cover would be much cuter, and you could use it over and over.

Sherri - posted on 06/30/2010

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Yes they most certainly were allowed to play outside. Never in the mud but certainly the dirt, leaves, park etc. Although my kids hated there hands dirty or sticky. They would sob until I cleaned them. Especially my oldest, to this day he won't eat cotton candy or maple syrup because he can't stand his hands being sticky. They were not allowed to pick out there clothes for school until around the 4th grade. I don't care if they liked it or not. They could wear whatever they wanted after school and the weekends. But by 4th grade they could pretty much decide what they wanted to wear. My oldest never wanted to pick out his clothes I wish he would have but he honestly would dress up every single day even now at 13. My middle son is a total sports nut so now he only dresses up on special occasions or when he needs to. My youngest is only 4 and I still pick his clothes out everday he is to young to even consider letting him pick them out. I usually give him two options to choose from.

School is my kids job and they are expected to do that job for 10 months out of the year. They are not in prison I don't dress them up any longer it was for the younger grades they are now in 7th and 8th grade and wear what ever they want as long as it is clean, has no holes in it and is appropriate. The only day I now get a say is first day of school and school pictures. They are not deprived in any way but I dreamed of having kids to dress them up when they were little and I got to do that once they started having an opinion about it they got to pick out what they wanted to buy at the store and what to wear.

P.S. At my kids school it was expected that the kids were dressed up. Not one child wore anything but dress clothes through kindergarten or 1st grade. They were all in frilly dresses and dress shoes and boys were all in pants or dress shorts, collared shirts etc. On special occasions at school the kids were expected to where suits or shirt and ties, girls fancy dresses etc.

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I wouldn't buy them, I don't really see the point? I don't take my son out without clothes either but I also don't have 110 degree weather here.

Sherri - posted on 06/30/2010

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A onesie is one thing but only in a diaper never. Although I would never take them out in a onesie at least there covered. In public no I don't walk around outside in the stroller we live off a very busy through fair and that is not possible. As to the park my older kids were too old for it when my youngest came along so no to that one as well. However, I did take him to friends houses etc and we would sit outside on occasion or we will sit outside in our back yard and still they had clothing on not just a diaper. As I said NEVER did we leave the house with my children in a diaper it is very wrong in my opinion. My children are expected to be covered at all times. My older kids won't even go outside without shirts on to this day and they are 13 and 11. Even when they are outside in 90 deg + weather playing sports. My middle guy has a outside basketball today and it is 95 deg out they will be in t-shirts, shorts as a team no exceptions. My little guy who is now 4 will be in a T-shirt, shorts, and either sandals or his crocs. It most certainly would not be okay where we live to have him go in just shorts and no shirt. We live in an extremely upscale neighborhood (although we are far from ritzy, we drive a 98 and 03 minivan where everyone else has BMW's, Lexus's, Mercedes or Cadillac's. The town I live in has the highest personal incomes for our entire state we are the exception to this rule.) I find our town in general to be very snobby and expect things that I don't find in other towns. Money seems to be extremely important here and although we don't have any due to the economy and my husband losing taking an extremely low paying job and me being a SAHM. We do try and make sure our kids are well cared for clean, well dressed etc. I feel you don't have to have a lot of money to make your kids look good. As I said it isn't the onesies I specifically have a problem with it is diapers only with nothing else. The onesies isn't my personal choice as I feel a onesie is no less clothing than a tank top, shorts or a sun dress.

Sherri - posted on 06/30/2010

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Yes I guess I would. Since my kids never went in public unless they were fully dressed and now they are 13, 11 & 4. My kids wore hard soled shoes from the day they came home from the hospital if we went out too. Hard soled sneakers, or hard soled sandals in the summer, water shoes if we went to the beach or swimming, Dress shoes for the holidays, boots in winter. When at home I didn't but in public you bet. I hate feet so the more they are covered the better. Feet are just gross. In the summer they are in A/C at home, in the car A/C so the minute we walk from the store to the car I don't think they will suffer. Even if we are outside I keep them in the shade but I am not letting them just be in a diaper in public that is just wrong to me. So they were in shortalls, w/no shirt, tank top/T-shirt w/shorts, or a one piece summer outfit. Yup I most certainly do care as your children are a reflection of the parents. So if they look low class you are going to come across that way too. I usually dressed them to the nines. They really didn't have play clothes when they were little. Even to school they were expected to be in pants, dressy shoes (I didn't allow sneakers) and colored shirts or turtle neck and sweaters until 3rd grade when I finally broke down and allowed them to wear sneakers. I didn't allow them to were shorts to school until 6th grade. Adults don't get to wear what ever they want to there jobs why should kids get to dress however, they want to there job which is school.

Tara - posted on 06/30/2010

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@Sherri again.
Do you take your children outside in public or just from the house to the car to a building? Do you walk with them around your neighborhood? Do you ever push them in a stroller? Do they get to play at the park? Are they always in an air conditioned environment? Again, comfort over looks always when it comes to children. Taking a baby into a store in their onesie does not imply someone is on welfare, nor does it imply they don't care for their children.
It seems that if you see a child dressed fully on a hot day complete with shoes, you approve, if you see a child on a hot day in a onesie you assume they are on welfare. hmmmm a little judgmental wouldn't you say?

Tara - posted on 06/30/2010

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@Sherrie, I have always found it hilarious that people put shoes on brand new babies. Shoes are useless until they need them. As for your comment that no matter what the weather is like, children should be fully clothes in public, that's absurd! Even a sundress or tank and shorts can be too much for a small baby to handle when the weather is hot and humid. Would you honestly risk causing heat stroke in the name of vanity? Are other people's opinion of your "class" more important than the well-being and comfort of your children? As far as I'm concerned the way my children appear to others is not important to me, it is their comfort and health and safety that matter. I think you spend too much time worrying about what other people think of you as a mother.
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