Carrie Bradshaw that baby: High heels for newborns

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Just when you think you've seen it all when it comes to baby apparel, you run across something like Heelarious; high heels for babies ages 0-6 months.

The non-functional heels are jokey clothing item for non-walkers (the foam heel would collapse if weight was put on it) designed to elicit smiles and possibly all the illusion of length to those chubby, not-yet-unfurled legs (and improve the line of those teeny dresses!) at the same time.

Personally, I find the MaryJane faux tights adorable, but am not so sure about heels on a baby. It sort of makes me really happy I had boys and didn't ever have to deal with this sort of stuff.

I can't help but wonder, would Carrie Bradshaw put a pair on a little baby Big? Would YOU?!

Would you ever put your baby in fake high heels?
Sure, it's adorable!156 (22.6%)
Maybe, but just for a special occasion or joke.160 (23.2%)
No way, why pretend a baby is a grown up. She'll be wearing them too soon already!375 (54.3%)

via Jezebel

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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