Question inspired by the TV series "blinging up baby" that is presently on TV in Belgum. To some degree it can look nice but some of these people even put loads of make-up on their babies or toddlers :o And they buy them outfits that cost fortunes... well you won't ever see my kids blinged up whenever I'd have them. Will you bling up your babies?
no way! not unless they're a dancer and need stage makeup or something but even then I will not be a fan haha if I have a little girl will she sometimes be subject to dresses and pink clothes? sure but not anything I would ever consider to be "bling."
Dear lord no, I loath those kinds of parents just let the kid be a kid, you know? let em play in the mud, or outside and get dirty and have an adventure, eat dirt, or other weird things they find, play pranks, play kings, queens and princess, cowboys and Indians cops and robbers all that great and fun stuff etc, etc.
That's what being a kid is all about, not dressing them like dolls in fancy outfits with makeup that's made for an adult besides babies skin is really sensitive I mean it makes young adults break out if they put to much on, imagine what that would do to a baby.
anyway rant over you know what my stance on it is.
My aunt does stuff like that, the kid is about 2 years old now and she's never wore anything that isn't pink and doesn't have some kind of diamanté or crystal on. Pretty ridiculous in my opinion. It's just going to get dirty after all and I'm not damaging a baby's sensitive skin with make up.
I've seen that show dear brother.. No way.. Not in expensive branded clothing lines like Chanel, Louis Vuttion, D&G, that's just crazy to me lol Kids need to be kids, most of there development is "playing" so they want to get dirty, get muddy fingers, just be a kid.. So I don't think I would do that to my child when I have one.
Makeup on babies? That's just wrong. Of course I want my babies to have cute outfits, but I won't ever get anything too expensive because the kids will outgrow them or stain them up way too soon. These are children, not dolls.
my kids will be fresh af and some children want the makeup bc they see their mother put it on or someone they look up too you can't judge the parent its their child i always put lipgloss or lipstick on my little sister and cousins or sometimes blush or eyeshadow if im feeling generous bc they asked for it they aren't being forced my