I don't know, I can maybe see spending $26 on an adult-sized t-shirt if I was into it enough since I'm done growing and would be able to wear it until it wears out. However, spending $26 on clothing for a baby that will grow out of it in 6 weeks (or less) just seems ridiculous. Sure, if you have multiple kids, you could keep it around for them, but I still don't think I could justify the cost. Also, given the fact that babies have a tendency to spit up, vomit, and otherwise spoil every piece of clothing they wear (oftentimes staining them), that kind of price just seems ridiculous.
I don't know, maybe it's just because I was recently at my nieces first birthday party where someone had gotten her a small T-Shirt that said "My First Birthday." Exactly how many times can you wear that shirt? I know it was likely purchased by one of my sister-in-laws aunts or mother (who are entirely too obsessed with that baby) who have far too much time and money on their hands.
Oh, and somebody on their side bought her Mega Bloks. (I had been told she had been getting LEGO, too. No wonder LEGO dislikes their blocks being referred to as "legos.") That's right, Mega Bloks. I held my tongue because they do invite me to an awesome Thanksgiving meal every year, but it wasn't easy. I Personally hadn't gotten her any LEGO yet because I didn't think she was quite ready for them yet (I'd seen her play with regular "letter blocks" and she didn't seem capable of even basic stacking.) Don't worry, though, I intend to get her some proper LEGO when the time comes (probably next year for Christmas).
Anyways, I realize I've completely gone off-topic here (didn't this thread have something to do with babies or something?) Oh well, somebody was complaining about a lack of incoherent ranting in the Suggestions forum, so to that guy: You're Welcome!
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