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Heelarius high heels for babies go on sale!

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Teddys Girl

Teddys Girl Report 13 Jun 2008 10:04

How stupid, I like to see babies dressed as babies not little adults.

Wish I had not worn pointed toed, high heeled shoes when I was younger, the joints on my toes are like bunions, but had to be in the fashion.

Sue

Sue Report 13 Jun 2008 10:00

Well quite honestly they make me want to vomit!

Our kids were dressed as kids not small adults!

I wonder what paedophiles will make of them?

Sue x

maryjane-sue

maryjane-sue Report 13 Jun 2008 09:47

The mind boggles! Not only do they look stoopid - but the price!!!!! The sort of thing the likes of Becks would put on their children - thankfully they only have boys at the moment.

Gwyn in Kent

Gwyn in Kent Report 13 Jun 2008 09:06

They are soft, so probably wouldn't damage the feet, as I'd first thought, but I think they look awful.
I wouldn't want to dress a tiny baby in any outfit that went with them.

I like to see bare feet on tinies when possible.

Gwyn

(¯`*•.¸*Karen on the Coast*(¯`*•.¸

(¯`*•.¸*Karen on the Coast*(¯`*•.¸ Report 13 Jun 2008 09:06

only in America!!

Alko

Alko Report 13 Jun 2008 09:04

They are b****y awful. Why would anyone in their right mind put them on a baby?

Children already grow up to quick without these.

Muffyxx

Muffyxx Report 13 Jun 2008 09:01

FGS first thongs for 7 year olds........and now heels for BABIES.!!!!

Seems that even infancy is no longer sacred now xx

Jessie aka Maddies mate

Jessie aka Maddies mate Report 13 Jun 2008 09:00

I think their dreadful
Chav babies springs to mind

MarionfromScotland

MarionfromScotland Report 13 Jun 2008 08:58

Lol whatever next. They do look cute,if you want your baby to sit in pram looking like an old tart lol.


Marion

SallyF

SallyF Report 13 Jun 2008 08:56

They can't be walked on and are intended for 'the crib'. Apparently the heels squash if weight is put on them. So I can't see them being a huge risk health and safety wise. They're an American company so they'd have been sued by now if there were any problems I guess.
Having said all that I think they're flipping atrocious and any parent putting their kid in them should be watched very closely.

Jessie aka Maddies mate

Jessie aka Maddies mate Report 13 Jun 2008 08:55

Just seen it on the news - for 6 month old babies, the mind boggles
What is wrong with bare feet at that age??

.•:*:•. Devishly Angelic Juliecat & Panda..•:*:•.

.•:*:•. Devishly Angelic Juliecat & Panda..•:*:•. Report 13 Jun 2008 08:53

No doubt someone will think it's cute. I can forsee a rise in visits to A&E if these become popular.

☺Carol in Dulwich☺

☺Carol in Dulwich☺ Report 13 Jun 2008 08:49

How stupid!

http://www.heelarious.com/index.php