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Carter's Baby Girls 1st Birthday Cotton Bodysuit $3.55, Cotton Bib

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Macy's.com has select Carter's Baby Clothes on sale from $2.33. Shipping is free on orders $49+ or if you purchase a beauty item (from $3). Thanks ppface

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Right now Macys.com has a huge Carter's clearance sale. You can get baby's clothes from $2.33. Many items to choose. The shopping event will expire in 7 hours.

https://www.macys.com/shop/kids-c...H?id=16342
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It's just baby clothes. If it is that important maybe you should start your own company.
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We've always donated clothing to charity after we've found no use for it. Hopefully people aren't just throwing clothing away that could be used by someone else.

In addition, we still use "Baby's First Christmas" bib all the time...
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Not a SJW, but.. do we really have to continue the association of boy or girl with blue or pink? Also these bibs are themed for one day a year, seems dumb. Its a good price but we all know this will end up in a landfill after one use.
It's just baby clothes. If it is that important maybe you should start your own company.
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Not a SJW, but.. do we really have to continue the association of boy or girl with blue or pink? Also these bibs are themed for one day a year, seems dumb. Its a good price but we all know this will end up in a landfill after one use.
Boy is blue, girl is pink, neutral is green. Always been that way. No need to fix what isn't broken.
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Not a SJW, but.. do we really have to continue the association of boy or girl with blue or pink? Also these bibs are themed for one day a year, seems dumb. Its a good price but we all know this will end up in a landfill after one use.
We've always donated clothing to charity after we've found no use for it. Hopefully people aren't just throwing clothing away that could be used by someone else.

In addition, we still use "Baby's First Christmas" bib all the time...
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Here's the funny thing about kids: Folks are going to mistake your girl as a boy until she's wearing a legit dress or something close to it.

I'd throw a boy in a pink bib if the bib was under $2 and he'd wear purple onesies if it was under $3. The colors don't matter to me. Only thing that matters to me is how easy it is to get that stuff on/off as there's some materials that are for "show purposes only".
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Not a SJW, but.. do we really have to continue the association of boy or girl with blue or pink? Also these bibs are themed for one day a year, seems dumb. Its a good price but we all know this will end up in a landfill after one use.
"Not a SJW" but then says the most SJW thing imaginable. What exactly is WRONG with the color scheming? As a poster above said, the colors are arbitrary, but they're coded that way because the gender of a baby is usually not readily discernible. If it were orange and green, would that make you happier?
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Boy is blue, girl is pink, neutral is green. Always been that way. No need to fix what isn't broken.
I have no side on this issue but I have to correct your "always been that way" comment.


From the smithsonian mag:
A June 1918 article from the trade publication Earnshaw's Infants' Department said, "The generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls. The reason is that pink, being a more decided and stronger color, is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl."

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I have no side on this issue but I have to correct your "always been that way" comment.


From the smithsonian mag:
A June 1918 article from the trade publication Earnshaw's Infants' Department said, "The generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls. The reason is that pink, being a more decided and stronger color, is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl."

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I didn't think I'd have to specify, it's always been like that 'in our lifetime'.
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Boy is blue, girl is pink, neutral is green. Always been that way. No need to fix what isn't broken.
Agreed!!
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Agreed!!
"One of the earliest references to this original color scheme appeared in a June of 1918 edition of the trade publication Earnshaw's Infants' Department,

The generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls. The reason is that pink , being a more decided and stronger color, is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl."
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onsies sold out?
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