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    Thumbs up Child - Almost housetrained and FREE of Charge!

    Oh help me Do!!!!

    Please save me!

    Emily-Erika has taken to wearing THIS all day every day and she has to put it on too.

    So 'when' we are brave enough to actually go out I have to walk down the street with THIS child exactly as you see her!!!!!! LOL.

    It 'might' be funny IF she was somebody else's child but sadly she's mine LOL.

    The 'killer' face is because I couldn't stop laughing and apparently she tells me it is NOT funny Although she IS right - this is NOT funny at ALL
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    I think she is adorable!!!!!!!! She pulls off "the LOOK" so very well. If anyone says one word tell them shes a trend setter not a follower!!!!!

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    I think she's absolutely adorable, she looks just darling. And she looks much better than what I've seen some children dressed up in going down the street. Be thankful. I'm sure that when she's a teenager you'll be wishing that was what she wanted to wear!

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    I think it is precious! I love the hat. Bev, you need to get one like it and when you get a "look" from anyone (the nerve of them anyway ) you just tell them that they are all the rage in the states and that the Queen will sporting one on her next outing, LOL.

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    I would not be seen dead in this hat LOL

    And I wish she wouldn't either But apparently it's 'pretty' !!!

    Can you believe some idiot in a factory somewhere put ANGEL on the label???? Go figure!

    None of my children ever liked hats - WHY? Oh why me?

    She makes all my other problems pale to insignificance ROFL!

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    Those eyes! She's a sincere headstrong sweetie. She does pull the look off with definate attitude. I say let her do her thing. Does she take after her Mum?

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    No, No ~ this child is stuborn, headstrong, tempered, independant, mouthy, and opinionated ~ Nothing like her mother

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    Bev, lol, those hats are the ''rage'' here among teens.

    Let me tell you what my BIL (18 yrs old) did for clothing expression. The day after his 18t birthday he went on his own clothing shopping and decided that he was tired of how his parents decided he should dress. (if you could see how they make him dress you'd understand why) So he decided to use all his birthday money to teach them a lesson. So he went and did his shopping. we saw him later that day with his friends at a street fair/ craft fair. Here's what he was wearing:

    *Black fish net sleeves. not a shirt, just the sleeves.
    *A black skin tight t shirt with ripped off sleeves, ripped it up himself.
    decorated with great big safety pins all over randomly
    *a great big baggy pair of black blue jeans with the ends of the legs torn and tattered.
    *they sagged down to expose his boxers, which were stark white.
    *on his neck he wore a 2 inch wide collar studded with silvery steel spikes
    *on his face he wore black lipstick
    *unwashed hair was pulled back with a lather strap into a ponytail
    *on his feet an old pair of tennis shoes with the toes wrapped in duct tape

    mind you this guy is very very skinny.

    His parents didn't catch the hint and still try to dress him the way he doesn't like, but now he has at least gotten himself a job and they are no longer buying his clothes so cannot complain that he prefers to wear jeans and nicer shirts.

    So the hat...not so bad, huh??
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    LOL ~ See Melissa it IS funny when it's somebody else's kid.

    The hat still sucks LOL

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    ~~ Missy ~~

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    Zone 5 Colorado Springs, CO USA

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    Oh come on Bev, be a sport, wear the hat! ROFLMBO!

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    Originally posted by Katybird
    Oh come on Bev, be a sport, wear the hat! ROFLMBO!
    I thought you were my friends ~ I'm a traumatised mother here with a 3 year old! ROFL ~ THE HAT GOES! lol.

    I think she KNOWS that too and obviously I'm not trust-worthy ~ She takes it to bed with her!!!! LOL

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    I love her attitude and I definitely have a feeling she takes after someone, although I'm not sure who.

    She is one cute kid and look at those eyes. I'm telling you Bev, by the time she is 14, you'll be wishing she was wearing that hat!!!

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    She must take after her father

    And she has to 'reach' 14 first LOL. IF she gets to 14 she's gonna wish she never wore the hat because if I have to plead anymore and lose I'm going to get the pic blown up and show it to all her boyfriends LOL

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    Bev, she really is right in style. We were in Winnipeg (700,000) on Monday and there were tons of teens wear those hats. Well they were also wearing some other strange things as well.

    So look at it this way, she is setting a trend in Britian and soon everyone will be wearing one, then you won't have to worry about it.

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