Mom Demands Kardashian Clothing Line Be Pulled From Babies "R" Us

   By SheSpeaksTeam  Oct 31, 2014

As we are all well aware, the Kardashian clan has their hands in just about everything from clothing lines and makeup to various reality shows. But some parents have drawn the line in the sand after seeing the Babies “R” Us clothing line put out by the Kardashian family.

Mom Amie Logan has organized a petition on to get the Toys “R” Us owned store to stop carrying the Kardashian clothing line for babies saying the family promotes “bad behavior” and has no place in a baby’s wardrobe.

Logan also brings up the latest win from a petition demanding that Toy “R” Us pull Breaking Bad toys from their shelves. Logan says of the Kardashian line at Babies “R” Us, “I don't want my child to grow up to be a Sex Tape star. You pulled the Breaking Bad toys because they promoted Drug use. You should pull this clothing line because it promotes bad behavior as well. The madness has to stop. If the toys are damaging so is the clothing.”

Some of the clothing featured in the line are a black faux leather skirt for ages 0 to 2-year-olds and various leopard print items from beanies to furry vests. The styles themselves look more stylish than risqué, but it may not be the styles that have Logan up in arms about the line. She recently explained to Yahoo Style what prompted her to speak up. She says, “Our priorities are a little messed up. We are getting upset that they have toys from a fictional television show for kids 16 and older, but then they’re selling the Kardashian clothing line, which is from a real-life family that made their fortune from Kim’s sex tape.”

What do you think of the Kardashian clothing line for babies?

Do you think it’s inappropriate for Babies “R” Us to carry a Kardashian clothing line?


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Namaste203 by Namaste203 | CUDAHY, WI
Nov 21, 2014

I agree the Madness has to stop, they seriously are trying to make money off everyone in their lives; now its about all the babies they are pushing out. I don't care if they are married or not married they do have bad behavior and DO NOT apologize for it. Why should they be in every faucet of our lives? How much money can one family spend? It's out of control, stopping any of their clothing lines is a good thing as far as I am concerned.

Pixiecasey by Pixiecasey | Buda, TX
Nov 09, 2014

If you are upset about it just don't buy if enough people are upset about it they won't buy it and the line will drop because they will not be making money. You do not have to expose your children to every bad and evil thing that is going on in the world and hopefully when they're old enough to see it you would've taught them the right way

monipenny by monipenny | Laguna Beach, CA
Nov 07, 2014

I totally agree! This family is a disgrace and is contributing to the lack of consciousness that our society has become. They have made so much money from such distasteful behavior, exploitation, a complete lack of concern for anyone else but themselves. You never hear of this family giving of their money or time to a charitable cause. If I had a little girl; I would never let her watch, wear, or read about these types of people.

Carebare128 by Carebare128 | Biloxi, MS
Nov 06, 2014

Personally I wouldn't buy anything they produce but if someone else wants to than that is their right to.

Silverlily61 by Silverlily61 | WAYLAND, MI
Nov 04, 2014

If the clothes are baby or child appropriate than why not, other celebrities market in fashion, makeup, scents. But if they are sexy clothes than yank them. I would assume she would design things that she would want her sisters kids to wear that the public might like too.

Shawnalaa by Shawnalaa | Worcester, MA
Nov 03, 2014

Cute clothing is cute clothing- and if it's cute I'm going to buy it. That goes for my wardrobe- which contains a ton of stuff fro the Kardashian line- and my daughters. I think poeple like this woman Amie truly have nothing better to do than to create false drama.

FDTorres by FDTorres | PEMBROKE PNES, FL
Nov 02, 2014

I would not say it is inappropriate for any store to carry someone's clothing line. Yes, she is now a mom and although her past has not been the best, she is trying to be a better person (but of course, still throwing herself in the public eye). I am not the biggest fan of the Kardashians, but I have seen more provocative celebrities get away with other things while promoting to children.

Bjellis29 by Bjellis29 | SNEADS FERRY, NC
Nov 01, 2014

I agree that we need to stop making multi millions for people off of sex and bad behavior. Kim is not a role model for anyone. Pull the clothes!