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04/06/2012 at 02:00 PM ET

Love to follow kids style trends? Dying to know which brands Suri Cruise and Kingston Rossdale are wearing while out and about?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone. That’s why we’d like you to join us for a very special Facebook chat we’re hosting featuring GILT Baby & Kids general manager Rachel Jarrett and senior buyer Melissa Keswin next Wednesday!

From nautical-inspired sweatshirts and frilly floral dresses to sparkly ballet flats and colorful sneakers, if anyone knows what’s cool in the children’s market, it’s these two.

So check out our Facebook page on April 11 at 11AM ET — and make sure to bring all your burning style questions!

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Leslie on

“Dying to know which brands Suri Cruise and Kingston Rossdale are wearing while out and about?” “Make sure to bring all your burning style questions!”

LOL. I have plenty of “burning” questions… but none of them involve children’s clothing. What a vapid society we live in where people are “dying” to know what brands a 6 year old is wearing.

The whole trend of parents encouraging their children to be mini-fashionistas is disturbing. Is this really what we want to be teaching the next generation? The photo above with the kids wearing fashion sunglasses and vamping for the camera is ridiculous. No wonder our country is going down the tubes… we are raising children who are focused on image, ego, and clothes. All style, no substance.

Welcome to the “Facebook generation” where everyone vamps for the camera and wants to be their own personal celebrity rather than actually living life and doing something meaningful.

Yasmine on

Actually, I’m looking forward to it, @Leslie. I happen to think it’s just good fun. So whatevs, go back to being boring and we’ll have a good time.

Leslie on

“So whatevs, go back to being boring and we’ll have a good time.”

Thanks for making my point Yasmine.

cn tower on

I’m with you Leslie. Thanks for saying what a lot of out here are thinking too!!

JRW on

“Welcome to the “Facebook generation” where everyone vamps for the camera and wants to be their own personal celebrity rather than actually living life and doing something meaningful.’

Says the woman reading the CELEBRITY BABY BLOG!

Hypocrite much?!

Leslie on

JRW… I like seeing cute babies. But this trend of parents using their children as walking billboards for fashion brands is gross. There are so many things to teach your children other than focusing on looking cool at 6 years old.

abbyc on

Took the words right out of my mouth Leslie- right on!

I cringe when I see pics of celebrities kids with ridiculous names, dyed hair and “grown up” clothing. Can’t we just let kids be KIDS?!

Grace2 on

Agreed, Leslie.

Who in the heck is dying to know what Suri is wearing? I kinda want to meet you.

I like dressing my boys nicely, but I dress them as children. I understand that the day will come when it’s all about the brand, but for crying out loud, let it be when they are at least in junior high, not preschool!

Valerie on

Leslie, I agree! And the expression of the girl in the middle in that photo is too adult.

Ashley on

Chalk up another one for Leslie, I agree with you, totally!!!!

cannat on

JRW, some of us probably still come around this site hoping it will one day return to its roots – a blog about celebrity babies… not a forum for advertising overpriced baby products.

cntower on

cannat – well said. the kicker is that a large portion of this advertising is done by stealth — they use a photo (sometimes stale-dated)of a celeb wearing/using the products and present it as an article about that celeb.

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