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Hareem pants on a one year old boy

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boursin Fri 29-Jul-11 23:37:47

Met a friend for coffee today,
she had dressed her 1yr old in hareem pants, checked shirt and a flat cap.

I know it can be 'fun' to dress your child.. but I did secretly think WTF!
AIBU ?

TidyDancer Fri 29-Jul-11 23:38:27

Ick.

Wish I had something more profound in response, but 'ick' is all I can manage!

DioneTheDiabolist Fri 29-Jul-11 23:39:06

Was it Hammer Time?

Nagini Fri 29-Jul-11 23:39:48

yy she spends a lot of time telling him what he can't touch grin

BeerTricksPotter Fri 29-Jul-11 23:45:45

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AgentZigzag Fri 29-Jul-11 23:52:09

Poor little soul sad

We dressed DD1 in a blue baby grow that had a wolfs face taking up much of the upper half of it.

She never got over it.

thursday Fri 29-Jul-11 23:54:05

hahaha, he sounds quite the dandy. preferable to those hideous boy leggings anyway!

PeopleCallMeTricky Fri 29-Jul-11 23:54:09

Sounds like your "friend" may be a bit wanky, sorry.

MumblingRagDoll Fri 29-Jul-11 23:54:45

Better than my neighbour who brought her one year old son to visit me...dressed in skintight jeans, socks and shoes and a long sleeved Rolling Stones T shirt on the hottest day we've had so far!

He can barely walk in the dumb jeans....plus he's chunky and his little leg rolls are getting squeezed! sad
I said to her "He can't blinkng WALK in those jeans!" and she went hmm

It was true. He was walking like a litle cowboy.

lawnimp Fri 29-Jul-11 23:57:14

haha supercool

Claw3 Fri 29-Jul-11 23:57:44

Hareem pants look just like track suit bottoms. Why did you secretly think WTF? sounds fine to me confused

worraliberty Sat 30-Jul-11 00:01:23

Hareem pants are a bit girly aren't they? confused

Awomancalledhorse Sat 30-Jul-11 00:03:02

Were they actually Hareem pants or had he just shit himself?

Either way, it's wrong!!

AgentZigzag Sat 30-Jul-11 00:04:04

I'm trying hard not to judge claw, and it really doesn't matter what a baby wears, but it's just the shape of them that makes me laugh uncontrollably.

I'm wrong to, I know.

AgentZigzag Sat 30-Jul-11 00:05:32

I think you'll find that's 'shat' actually awomancalledhorse hmm

grin grin

garlicbutter Sat 30-Jul-11 00:05:58

Makes sense for a baby in nappies confused

Awomancalledhorse Sat 30-Jul-11 00:08:30

AgentZigZag, shhhh! It's late (plus I was too distracted by the thought of a child MC Hammer crab shuffling to care) grin

Claw3 Sat 30-Jul-11 00:11:16

Agent, ok admittedly very baggy track suit bottoms grin

Ive seen lots of teenage girls wearing them, are they all the trend for babies too?

MumblingRagDoll Sat 30-Jul-11 00:13:27

baby boy hareem pants

Not so bad...?

worraliberty Sat 30-Jul-11 00:13:33

I have to say they do look sweet on little girls imo blush

But if I saw a boy in them I'd jump up and down excitedly...thinking he was about to grant me 3 wishes grin

Claw3 Sat 30-Jul-11 00:16:46

Mumbling, they look just like track suit bottoms, Agents link to a pair were a bit hmm

Morloth Sat 30-Jul-11 00:17:10

DS2 has some Bonds Roomies which look a bit like harem pants, but they are just well roomy.

Sounds like she was feeling funky and having a laugh.

Claw3 Sat 30-Jul-11 00:21:52

Ive never heard of Bonds Roomies, im feeling my age! (off to google)

spiderslegs Sat 30-Jul-11 00:24:51

Why are we even worring about the pants?

Flat cap?? Is she rearing a professional Yorkshireman?

boursin Sat 30-Jul-11 00:25:25

Nope, these weren't jogging bottom, floaty style but a sort of bright blue jean material, skinny leg to the knee then bagged right out, the checked shirt as a sort of flannel one and his flat cap was navy blue.. so she had a theme going on.

She is in advertising.. am I missing a trick?!

Gok Wan was sporting a pair TV tonight so perhaps I am way out of touch.
My son was in tracky bees and a george at asda t-shirt.. perhaps she'll be doing an AIBU post on me soon

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