Too sexy for my onesie.In a country where many parents dress their babies in onesies that read "Party at my crib" or "Does this diaper make my butt look big?" it's hard to know where to draw the line when it comes to inappropriate onesies. But many parents have become outraged by a faux woman in bikini onesie a la the beach cover-ups with the cartoon woman's or man's body that make them look svelte on the beach. There's no doubt that the design by the brand Wild Child errs on the side of tacky, but is it really inappropriate?
My initial reaction to seeing the onesie was to let out a little chuckle kind of like I did the first time that I saw the adult version many decades ago. While I don't find the adult version quite as amusing these days (some things really should have an end date), seeing it in a new version is kind pretty amusing...at least enough so to let out a chuckle. But should an infant or toddler really be wearing an image of a voluptuous woman on their shirt? In theory, probably not. But I doubt people would be making a fuss if it were a muscle man image for a baby boy. This onesie is harmless and it's not going to scar the baby for life, but it's bound to get a few (or more) laughs from people.
And if you think this is bad, I would recommend you don't do a search on the internet for other questionably appropriate onesies because you will be absolutely shocked by what you may find. However, I would recommend that rather than call the news station and have them do a report on this onesie like some people did that you relax and move on. It's all in good fun.
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