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COCOA BABIES APPAREL FOR YOUR COCOA BABY

If you are looking to buy trendy apparel for your cocoa baby, then look no further.

What: Cocoa Babies apparel

Description: Cocoa Babies sells t-shirts, onesies, adult tees and even home and office products. Each item comes with a catchy slogan like “Future College Grad”, “College Bound”, “Pretty Brown Girl”, to name a few.

Product Highlight(s): Trendy, AA owned

Price:$.99-$25.00

Where To Buy: Cocoababies.com

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  • melo January 6, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    I actually agree with you. I think it’d be weird to see a little white girl with a shirt that said “little white girl” lolol but seriously!

  • Pisces January 5, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    Whoever Keke or Keyara are, you need to pray for YOURSELF and not others. You need to stop insulting Teri the way you have, and if we are so gangsta, why do you bother to support a Black website that features Black people, and why do you respond to any of us?

    Most websites in general are non Black specific so you don’t have to come here and see comments that you don’t like. You are the one who appears to not have progressed or evolved much. Ever heard of the concepts, “keep it moving” or “click off the site”? I know you can do it…YOU ARE FREE, like you so rudely reminded Teri, so use your freedom of choice to not read comments you don’t like and leave us to our freedom of speech and choice.

    Use your intelligence that you bragged about and move on, if not to another site then to another blog here on BCK. You come across as way oversensitive about these teenie, weenie little shirts with writing on them.

    The majority of people writing here simply do not agree with your nonsense and cannot understand where your anger is derived from, especially since you’ve done so well in life as you stated. Happy people simply do not express themselves in the terms that you choose to use.

    I love what BCK does to promote Black business and especially those committed to the enhancement and well being of young people of color..particularly African American babies and youth, across all social/economic backgrounds.

    Teri, I respect you more and more every time you contribute to BCK. Thank God for intelligent, thoughtful sisters like you. Please never stop writing because your comments edify those who want to be edified.

    • Teri January 6, 2011 at 12:21 am

      @Pisces, thank you, sweetie :-) We thinking, intelligent people sistas have to stick together! I know that I get very opinionated, but I just have to speak on what I feel is right.

      Thank you for your support, hun. I appreciate your kind words of encouragement so much. I will keep on keeping on, and hopefully the Keyara’s of the world will wake up and smell the coffee because they are so delusional.

      You rock, Pisces!

      • Pisces January 6, 2011 at 2:55 am

        You rock, too, Teri as well as educate others. She doesn’t hurt me by advising me to go back to school…I’m into continuing education, although I have an M.A. degree plus units toward a doctorate, which is really more than enough education for me. I’m now more into LEARNING how to treat my fellow humans with more respect and mutual dignity, as well as clearer communication with other people.

        She obviously still has a lot more learning and growth to do regardless of how old/young she is or her background, if the way she communicates on this blog with other people is any indication.

        It is so easy to talk crap on here and not face to face with an individual. Amazing, don’t you think, Teri? Whatever is said to or about me or my comments on here is taken by me like water on a duck’s back..it just rolls right off. We don’t know these people!!! And in most cases I am so glad for that aspect of visiting BCK.

    • Teri January 6, 2011 at 12:23 am

      Keyara, if what you said to Pisces was supposed to be an insult, you had the opposite affect. She has enough sense to know how the real world works. Don’t be mad because YOU DON’T! You’re telling her to go back to school. I doubt YOU were ever in school, so retreat.

      Thank you.

    • Teri January 6, 2011 at 12:24 am

      Very well said!!!

    • Pisces January 6, 2011 at 2:40 am

      I will. I made my point.

    • Pisces January 6, 2011 at 3:03 am

      It’s nice that you have an understanding of SOMETHING! LMAO, LMAO…over and over and over again. You need a happy pill..poor child. Or better yet somebody needs to by you one of these shirts with words to increase your obvious low self esteem. You have enough money, buy one yourself.

      It should read…WORK STILL IN PROGRESS, NOT FULLY DEVELOPED YET.

      • Pisces January 6, 2011 at 3:07 am

        Before your criticism, I meant “buy” not “by”. Bye, bye.

  • Teri January 5, 2011 at 11:08 pm

    Keke/Keyara, let me tell your silly little behind something. Since you wanna come like a woman, you point out to me where I said just because someone appreciated someone of another race, they want to be like them? It’s clear that you/Keyara loathe your race (which btw, I doubt you are black in the first place), but if you are, you are pitiful and pathetic, and I’m sure the reason you are so salty is because you DO want to be them. Be a woman and admit it. Let me tell you. I can’t stand interacting with people like you, and unfortunately, there are many of your kind here on BCK. I can accept different opinions, but when you wanna come at me, it’s on. You not only lack comprehension skills, but you wanna call names, which proves to me that you cannot and will not address what I stated. I’m far from ghetto little girl, so you need to fall your behind back.

    Keke, you couldn’t be me if you tried. Now, if you wanna come at me, come at me as Keyara, instead of faking some other name.

    The race card is only played because it’s still in the deck. You choose not to see what’s in front of your face.

    You need not pray for me. You are so busy trying to be a smart arse that you lack the intelligence to comment on what’s being said. I speak the truth, and because I talk about racism doesn’t mean I don’t love others. Only a dummy would come to such conclusion. I suggest you pray for yourself that God will connect those brain cells of yours and give you a clear-thinking mind.

    Now, don’t address me again, you hear!

    • Fashionedbygod33 January 6, 2011 at 8:13 pm

      I am stunned. Talk about lack of reading comprehension. Good grief. This poster was funny in a sad way. You continue on Teri, you have nothing to prove (I am sure you already know that:).

  • Teri January 5, 2011 at 9:01 pm

    @Zee and Susan – thanks for your support. It’s so refreshing that some people have an understanding, and there are some people (Keyara) that wouldn’t get “it” if it slapped them in the face.

    I honestly don’t believe Keyara is black. I think she’s a white. I don’t even think Keyara has a degree or lives the swanky lifestyle she claims. I think you are right – I hit a nerve and that’s why she’ll never address what I said directly. To be honest with you, Keyara is probably a teenager still in high school. Does she sound like an “educated” person to you guys?

    Anyway, if Keyara IS black, Lord help her because it’s clear she’s DELUSIONAL!

  • susan January 5, 2011 at 7:43 pm

    Teri I think you hit a nerve, that’s why she tried to take it personal and throw insults. The babies are cute as can be and I will be supporting the business

    • Teri January 5, 2011 at 9:03 pm

      Susan, I think so too. You hit the head on the nail. Yes, those babies are adorable, and I’ll support them too!

    • Teri January 5, 2011 at 9:04 pm

      @Zee, girl go on! That is perfectly wonderful and you are on point as well!

  • BrwnSantiLove January 5, 2011 at 4:35 am

    Those two babies are so plump! jus wanna squeeze em

  • Marley & Me January 5, 2011 at 2:20 am

    I don’t even want to get into the subject of why everyone would have a fit if there was a website for White Babies, or I’m a Cute Snowy White Girl with Long Flowing Hair & You Know You’re Jealous.

    My real question is….what IS the actual difference here? Is it just the wording on the clothing? Why does there have to something out there dividing us even further.

    What could possibly be so different about dressing black babies, that there has to be an entire clothing line dedicated to it.
    So someone can wear a shirt that says Strong Black Man in the Making? Please.

    Someone explain this to me!

    • Teri January 5, 2011 at 4:39 am

      Are you black? If not, why do other races use that same lame argument? You know, the one that people have about BET, Ebony/Jet, or another other afrocentric medium that cater to a certain demographic. Again, NO ONE has a problem with Telemundo, Univision, Logos, etc., but want to always question blacks and our allegence to each other as though we’ve committed a crime or don’t have to right to exercise racial pride. People mistake that for being anti-”fill in the blank.” IF you are black, I think you already know the answer. Many of us have already answered your question. If you want to talk about “division,” talk to those who instituted it. That’s all I’m gonna say.

      • Teri January 5, 2011 at 12:55 pm

        @Keyara, oh, girl! Please don’t feel sorry for me. I’m doing just fine. Ya wanna know why? Because I deal with reality. You are one of those kinds of females I loathe. You sit up with your holier than thou, “I gotta degree, money, and my kids have all the worldly possession I can afford them,” attitude but what you don’t have is mother wit, you know, common sense. You don’t live on the real planet earth, Keyara. Who said I blamed the white man for my “lack of accomplishments?” Oh, I won’t go into all my accomplishments because I don’t need to prove a thing to some stranger on the Internet. What I did say is that racism is alive and well, but your head is so far up their behinds, trying to prove how “wonderful” they are that you won’t or couldn’t even address what I said in my posts. This post is not about white people. This post is about a company that has wonderful slogans singing the praise of black people amongst many other things to which YOU seem to have a problem with. As a black woman, why is that, Keyara? Why is that a problem with you? You don’t like black people? If the slogan praised being biracial, would that make you feel better?

        You are one of those black people that probably walk around with your nose up in the air when you encounter your own, but will be the first to skin and grin with others. I think I know your type.

        Whatever my accomplishments are, Keyara, I’m proud of be me. I take care of my elderly mom full time. I’ve done so for 5 years straight. I sat by her side at the hospital 24/7. She was in the hospital more than she was at home. I have made many sacrifices in my life, so girl, I’d rather be me than you anyday, anytime. All that money and degrees don’t mean a thing in the long run. I make no excuses because, contrary to what YOU believe, I’ve accomplished most of what I’ve wanted in life, and what I’ve accomplished, no degree (which I have, by the way), private school, neighborhood, and all the money in the world will ever compare to it.

        Keyara, I’m free, so please save your sympathies for yourself.

        Peace!

      • Zee January 5, 2011 at 7:10 pm

        “Keayara”
        MAYBE you’ll understand what Teri is saying if/when one of your sons is pulled over in his luxury vehicle for DWB..black (skin/race)trumps green (money) all the time! Just ask the the middle aged black doctor who was recently stopped by cops and assaulted after having a diabetic seizure. But, I digress.

        I marvel at the fact that the “Keyara’s” of the world are now brushing shoulders with the likes of Bill Gates (or so they’d like to think).

        One thing that never ceases to amaze, is how those who come from little often have the most to prove.

        • Zee January 5, 2011 at 7:13 pm

          @ Teri ,
          Sorry for getting all in the mix but I couldn’t help it. Some of these folks’ audacity is STUPEFYING!

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  • Fashionedbygod33 January 4, 2011 at 4:48 pm

    I agree with all of those (Teri, Detra, Shania, etc.) that share my same sentiments and all that I wanted to mention has already been said, so I won’t be redundant. Preach on! I will say though, just because one is “pro” something or have a certain heightened awareness, doesn’t mean that they are anti something else or a separatist. It’s frustrating that Black people always have to be apologetic or careful when it comes to these types of issues. I believe wholeheartedly that a high majority of Black people are very accepting people, but we must shirk or try not to ruffle feathers? We did not create these issues. Okay I am done lol.

  • Ms. J January 4, 2011 at 3:32 pm

    OMG someone said you wouldn’t see white kids walking around with those clothes on…Uh duh! It’s not for them! lol That statement was too funny. Anyway those babies are beautiful. The one on the right is just gorgeous!
    And I want one of those shirts that says Black girls rock. You don’t like it oh well. Cause I loved the Black girls rock award show.

    • Ms. J January 4, 2011 at 3:37 pm

      And I love the shirts that says Strong black man in the making. I need some of those.

  • Teri January 4, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    Keyara, to me, these shirts are not about “US vs. THEM.” Why is it when we express the beauty of being black, people, ESPECIALLY some black people have a problem with it thinking that it’s some anti-white or anti-THEM sentiment? THEY have always been free to express their “superiority” because they have the medium and infrastructures to do so. Again, I know you’ve heard the term, “Blond haired, blue eyed beauty.” Does that create a reaction from you? Yes, we are all Americans, but WE, unfortunately, are often still seen as less than, i.e. inferior. Why is that our fault? Why don’t we address that?

    Trust, Keyara, I’m very mindful of other people’s feelings, but I’m concerned about the feelings of our people. Yes, we have a black president, Oprah, and very rich athletes, but what does that have to do with the overall status of blacks around the world?

    Do you remember a time when we had Black Wall Street? Remember what Marcus Garvey wanted to do? We still don’t have the economic power that we should have. No chip here, Keyara.

    I understand the original post didn’t mention white people, but some readers did mention white people, and my point is: It’s not about THEM. Also, what does the time of year have to do with the issue? I think black people are the most accepting people on the planet, especially this generation that didn’t grow up during the Civil Rights Movement. There’s no sense of US vs. THEM because, I believe in many cases, some of us want to be them. JMO.

    Anyway, peace.

    • Teri January 4, 2011 at 10:03 pm

      @Keyara, excuse the typos/grammerical errors beforehand. The whole issue of the post was about positive clothing for cocoa babies. You and some others found this offensive. I mentioned how THEY celebrate their beauty all the time, yet you turned it into a “Let me tell you how good white folks are/and negative black people are” post.

      You said, “Let go of the past,” huh. Well, since you took it there, you tell that to Oscar Grant, the black man that was shot while lying on the ground in San Francisco not too long ago. Tell that to Sean Bell, the black unarmed, father of one, that was killed a day before his wedding. Tell that to the unarmed black man that was shot 81 times by the police. May I add the unarmed grandmother that was shot and killed when she only had a slipper in her hand? Tell that to the black man that was dragged like a common dog from a truck in Texas. Shall I proceed? You wanna talk about the past like it isn’t present. You want to sing the praises of the “good white folks,” while ignoring the fact that blacks do the same, if not more, but the media never covers those stories nor do people seek them out. I’ve attended church since I was a little girl, and I know about mission trips, and let me tell you the numbers of blacks that go on mission trips all over the world and have even sacrificed their lives for doing God’s work. Don’t you dare tell me WE aren’t out there. Just because they weren’t on your trip, doesn’t mean they aren’t going. There is a missionary from my mom’s former church (Liz Proctor) who has worked in Haiti for decades. Don’t tell me what black folks don’t do!

      I celebrate ANYONE, regardless of race, that helps all mankind. But let me tell you, I don’t live in my “backyard.” I’ve been around a long time. I know countless, I mean COUNTLESS of blacks that WILL and DO give their lives for OUR children and others as well. Many of US lost their lives so we can have the freedoms we take for granted today. I guess I choose to see that, while others choose to sing the praises of people who don’t look like them. Do you.

      You wanna talk about adoption, maybe those “good white folks” can AFFORD to adopt these black children. If I recall correctly, there were black people in droves asking how they could adopt Haitian children, but Haiti put a hold on all adoptions. I guess since the 6 o’clock news didn’t show those black faces, many black people assumed we weren’t there. Did you ever think about the extenuating circumstances that might keep many blacks from adopting or being able to go on mission trips? Regarding adoption, what about the blacks that get turned down in lieu of a “well to do” white family whose house may be a little bit larger or in a “better” neighborhood.

      I do celebrate all mankind, but I don’t have my head buried in the sand singing, “We are the World” when this world routinely tells us that we are inferior. Until we have the same infrastructure THEY do, I’ll stick with what I said before.

    • Teri January 4, 2011 at 10:28 pm

      @Keyara, excuse the typos/grammerical errors beforehand. The whole issue of the post was about positive clothing for cocoa babies. You and some others found this offensive. I mentioned how THEY celebrate their beauty all the time, yet you turned it into a “Let me tell you how good white folks are/and negative black people are” post.

      You said, “Let go of the past,” huh. Well, since you took it there, you tell that to Oscar Grant, the black man that was shot while lying on the ground in San Francisco not too long ago. Tell that to Sean Bell, the black unarmed, father of one, that was killed a day before his wedding. Tell that to the unarmed black man that was shot 81 times by the police. May I add the unarmed grandmother that was shot and killed when she only had a slipper in her hand? Tell that to the black man that was dragged like a common dog from a truck in Texas. Shall I proceed? You wanna talk about the past like it isn’t present. You want to sing the praises of the “good white folks,” while ignoring the fact that blacks do the same, if not more, but the media never covers those stories nor do people seek them out. I’ve attended church since I was a little girl, and I know about mission trips, and let me tell you the numbers of blacks that go on mission trips all over the world and have even sacrificed their lives for doing God’s work. Don’t you dare tell me WE aren’t out there. Just because they weren’t on your trip, doesn’t mean they aren’t going. There is a missionary from my mom’s former church (Liz Proctor) who has worked in Haiti for decades. Don’t tell me what black folks don’t do!

      I celebrate ANYONE, regardless of race, that helps all mankind. But let me tell you, I don’t live in my “backyard.” I’ve been around a long time. I know countless, I mean COUNTLESS of blacks that WILL and DO give their lives for OUR children and others as well. Many of US lost their lives so we can have the freedoms we take for granted today. I guess I choose to see that, while others choose to sing the praises of people who don’t look like them. Do you.

      S/N: My first comment didn’t post, so I shortened it and am posting it again.

    • Jessie January 24, 2011 at 3:36 pm

      Why do you think “they” are so generous? Just curious to hear your thoughts.

  • KDM January 4, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    I think this clothing line is in response to seeing those bedazzled shirts that kids and teens are wearing saying hyper sexual stuff like hottie, sexy, bootylicious, etc. I welcome positive messages for children of color. Why not?!?! I think there is room in our commercial society for both generic ‘all-inclusive’ clothing and specific ‘positive promotion’ apparel.

  • Mona Elise January 4, 2011 at 12:25 pm

    I love it. I do encourage everyone to look at the site. While they have the “Pretty Little Brown Girl” tee they also have the “Destined for Greatness”, “Possibilities are Endless” and “College Bound” so while someone “white” may not buy the brown girl tee why can’t they purchase the others?

    Would be people not support the business because of the one shirt (of many) that was featured above. I visited the site expecting one thing based on these comments and saw something totally different. I like it :) and will promote this to others. There are too many little brown girls who are dying to be something than they are. I hope that this encourages them to love the skin that they are in. Similiar to the “I love my hair” skit on Sesame Street.

    I quickly googled baby onesies and saw this http://www.tshirthell.com/hell.shtml# so I will take Cocoa Babies ANY DAY! Lighten up!

  • Detra January 4, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    It’s interesting how other cultures can have shirts, hats, flags, etc that that 100% Irish or kiss me i’m Irish, or with the Puerto Rican flag, but WE, African Americans, who some of us are black american and are proud of it. This has nothing to do with separatism or segregation or integration. What is does have EVERYTHING to do with is provide young people with something to be proud of. YES I am an american and yes I am black and if I want my nieces or my children (when I have them) to wear something that creates a positive message for them to wear then so be it. So when you say things like what if someone had a pretty little white girl shirt, there would be a problem. I don’t think so because there are already white Irish, white Italian, white Jewish or whatever shirts, logos and other things out there that support their culture, not their race. Unfortunately many black only associate with being black or brown not AFRICAN. My suggestion to all of you complainers out there, is to create something that you would support and be quiet. No sense in complaining about something you aren’t going to support anyway. It’s breath you just wasted. I should be able to be proud of who I am, wear things things that represent that and still love people of other people cultures and races.

    • Teri January 4, 2011 at 1:09 pm

      @Detra, isn’t that the truth! Everyone else can celebrate who they are, but us? When we do it, we are “racist.” What tha…? We have been SO conditioned. If the shirt said, “Biracial and proud,” I’ll bet you 10 to 1, there would be no complaints because it’s okay to celebrate being biracial (especially here on BCK).

      P.S. I have NOTHING against mixed/biracial people. Just saying.

  • AplMacLady January 4, 2011 at 1:35 am

    I understand the motives behind this but I sometimes think that it may perhaps create an identity challenge, meaning it could actually do MORE harm than good?

    I understand and respect what they offer, there’s just something within this text that bugs me a bit. I’m all about instilling black pride into our children; it should be done, but perhaps on a more deeper level than a shirt. A shirt like this to me screams the inversion of what it’s trying to castoff. IDK

    • KDM January 4, 2011 at 1:09 pm

      Cocoababies.com is my go-to site for baby shower gifts for friends. The clothing and other items are unique and send positive messages. With the tomfoolery going on in the media, children today are growing up way too fast and confused about morals, identity, etc. Not only is this line necessary for my young black boys, but a line of positive themed little girls clothes, a line of strength in Christ shirts, a line of positive parental shirts are all needed as well. To me there should be no limit on positive images – period.

  • Shania January 4, 2011 at 1:09 am

    and oh yeah, those babies and their chubby cheeks are too precious! I will def. support this line, I think it’s rather creative. I really like the “All because two people fell in love” bib, says so much, especially being worn by a black baby, when so many look at black babies as an “oops”, that were likely conceived in a project apt. without a door or windows.

    • KDM January 4, 2011 at 1:00 pm

      My two faves are “All because two people fell in love” and “Mommy + Daddy = Black Love”… Let me just say that I have the Mommy + Daddy onesie and some of the comments I have heard from other Black mothers astounds me… most recently “Oh my children couldn’t wear that one – Their no good daddy don’t love me or them”. No joke. I just stood there with my mouth open.

  • Shania January 4, 2011 at 1:00 am

    You people need to get a grip, and stop speaking on behalf of those that wont speak on behalf of YOU. I agree with Teri, a clothing line promoting white children’s beauty would be overkill, white children have ALWAYS been promoted as beautiful.

    If you’re THAT racially “just” and sensitive, why are you on BLACKcelebkids? Why doesnt a site promoting black children bother you, but an article of clothing would?

    • Pisces January 4, 2011 at 1:27 am

      Amen, Shania.Very astute of you.

    • Teri January 4, 2011 at 1:52 am

      Exactly, Shania. I guess some people haven’t heard the term, “Blond haired, blue eyed beauty” as it relates to white girls. Oh, but I guess that’s not so much of a crime as if WE celebrate our beauty. SMH.

      • Shania January 4, 2011 at 3:41 am

        Thanks Pisces! ;)

        Teri: That same saying came to mind, but I knew someone would name a blonde hair black woman just to argue lol

        • Teri January 5, 2011 at 4:40 am

          @Shania, good point! I’m surprised no one has mentioned that yet.

  • Teri January 4, 2011 at 12:54 am

    Oh yeah, there are a lot of issues. Too bad many of us don’t like dealing with them.

  • Teri January 3, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    Look at these beautiful little baby girls! When are some blacks going to stop feeling responsible for the feelings of white people? They don’t need to have slogans about “pretty lil white girls” because white girls already told, verbally or not, that they are pretty according to societal standards. Their beauty is implied 24/7/365. I say, more power to this business, and I would support them 100!. I’m not responsible for how whites or others feel. They sure in h*ll don’t care about how WE feel.

    • Pisces January 3, 2011 at 9:41 pm

      Right on, Teri! Thank you.

      • Teri January 4, 2011 at 12:52 am

        @Pisces – you are welcome, sweetie :-) HAPPY NEW YEARS TO YOU!

        • Pisces January 4, 2011 at 1:24 am

          Happy New Year to you too, Teri. These babies are so cute, aren’t they?

          • Teri January 4, 2011 at 1:53 am

            Thank you, hun. Yes, they are ADORABLE!

    • PlainMean January 4, 2011 at 12:55 am

      Dammit, you beat me to this post! Mind if I co-sign? Thanks! Lol.

      PlainMean

    • nk January 4, 2011 at 3:21 am

      Totally agree!

    • nk January 4, 2011 at 3:26 am

      Those babies are SO CUTE! I *will* buy some of their apparel for my baby nephew (who is also totally cute).

  • Trisha_B January 3, 2011 at 6:55 pm

    I think the best shirt on that site is “I Am my child’s Role Model.”
    Its annoying when parents are always blaming others for their kids troubles, especially entertainers. But the parent should be the role model, not Rihanna, T.I, Nicki Minaj, or Britney Spears.

  • shesallthat January 3, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    oh puh-lease!!!!!

    • keverno January 4, 2011 at 6:57 pm

      Whateverrrr!!!! BET got a show called “My Black is Beautiful”…. And guess What!!!!! I rock my “My Black is Beautiful” T-Shirt proudly and the bag to match.

  • Tanisha January 3, 2011 at 4:01 pm

    I don’t support things like these either. Imagine a little white kid going around in a jacket that says on the back “cute little white girl”. The subtext is (positive?) racism. But it would be ok for a “brown girl”? No something is utterly wrong here. I’m all for black business and entrepreneurship, but not at the expense of race issues. Besides such a slogan is just tacky

    • Trisha_B January 3, 2011 at 6:49 pm

      I agree. The slogans are cute, it would be good to see babies wearing shirts w/ saying like these. (I’ve seen a baby w/ a onsie that said “my mom’s a b*tch”), but if a white kid had a shirt that said “Strong white Woman” or “Pretty little white girl” it would be a problem. I could only imagine the comments on BCK if a clothing line like that was featured. But this is one of those ‘you got a problem w/ it, so fix it.’ So unless someone comes out w/ a clothing line that have positive sayings on it like these, minus the race, the complaining goes to waste.

      Anyway, those babies are tooooo cute!

      • Teri January 4, 2011 at 12:51 am

        We are constantly griping about being treated like second-class citizens. What’s wrong with us ACCEPTING OURSELVES!!! Newsflash, Keyara, maybe you haven’t figure it out yet, but WE do not separate ourselves. It’s been done for us (and marrying outside our race doesn’t mean all is well either), and just because there’s a shirt celebrating our babies’ beautiful brownness/blackness, doesn’t mean we are “SEPARATING” ourselves. If that’s the way you feel, do you have a problem with BET, TV One, or even BCK that features children of AA heritage? We need to get out of our plantation mode, and if we spent more time getting prideful about who WE are, we wouldn’t have time to worry about them.

    • KDM January 4, 2011 at 12:54 pm

      I see your point, but I think that there are certain places where these logos would be extra appropriate – Harlem Week (NYC), During Kwanzaa, Sweet Auburn Festival (GA), AfrAm festival (VA), Labor Day parade (NYC)

  • stacyvoorhes January 3, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    They are so cute and adorable

  • Pisces January 3, 2011 at 3:32 pm

    I support Black owned businesses and products whenever possible. Why not?

  • luvbug January 3, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Giving your dag gone opinion but stomping on someone else’s. People like you make me sick. I think the clothes are cute and the babies are absolutely gorgeous. Are they twins? remind me of my goddaughters.

  • luvbug January 3, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    And you need to butt out and keep your opinion to yourself!!!!

  • LaTanya January 3, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Awww…those are two of cutest little milk duds with their cubby cheeks!

  • Teelove January 3, 2011 at 11:35 am

    I’m not sure if its cute or a lil bit too much , besides that those lil princesses are darling

  • Me 2 January 3, 2011 at 11:14 am

    Awwww look at the cute babies. The apparel is cute too.

  • Christian January 3, 2011 at 11:02 am

    At least its affordable..

  • Fashionedbygod33 January 3, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Nice apparel but those babies are beautiful. Wow. Look at those chubbas.

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