Fashion Baby Boy Clothes

Lizzie asks…

i think my bf’s a mummys boy!?

I posted this in singles&dating but only got one answer… please help!

We have been together for nearly a year and are both 18, I will be moving in with him for our gap year in 2 months. His mum is absolutely lovely and we get on really well, i didn’t really think anything of it the first 2 times I stayed there for a few weeks (his parents live far away so don’t see them much). She just did his washing and babied him a little bit, although they do have an open relationship and she is happy to talk to us about how our sex life is! However, last time I visited, I noticed his mum often talked in ‘baby-talk’ to him and he would answer her back in the same fashion, thinking it was funny. He was then ill and we both went with him to the doctors; I presumed we would wait in the waiting room while he went in but when his name was called his mum got up and went in with him! Coming out, I heard her say to the doctor, ‘he’s my little baby boy‘. She kept him at home even after he was better (in the end he just had a sore throat but she wouldn’t let him go til that was better even though he said he was well enough to go back to college), causing him to miss a week of important work for our A levels. I understand she is caring, but I was happy to look after him back here, and she even says to him that he should be grateful as I work so hard for him and look after him so well.
But my bf will often say something that is either a bit silly or completely ridiculous, repeating what his mum has told him, and when I say ‘well actually, it’s not this it’s this…’ he won’t even begin to listen – his mum is right and thats that.
She chooses his clothes for him and gets them in a size too large, but when we get things for him in the right size she complains it’s too tight or whatever. When i helped him sort his clothes out, we got him some new and got rid of the stretched, old stuff that didn’t fit him and he didn’t want anymore, upon which his mum who got them out of the charity bag when we weren’t there and put them back in our wardrobe.
It’s driving me mad – It’s great they have a good relationship and that he treats her well (I know it could be worse and he could be totally disrespectful to her) and I accept he’s her youngest son but surely he should draw a line?
Also, as he stays with other relatives when we are at college down here, he phones his mum every other day and texts her when we are out on a date, and when I pick out a Tshirt he says he likes he says ‘but my mum won’t like it’ (I still get it and he wears it because he likes it, but it bothers me she has so much influence over even what he wears).
of course i am happy he has a good relationship with his mum (i have already said this in the question if you read it). it’s just i want to show him how to become more independent and she is holding him back.

Adam answers:

Point out to him how odd his relationship with his mother is and give him a chance to sort it out. If he won’t then get out of the relationship fast. His behaviour is not normal but may SEEM normal to him because that’s they way him and Mother have behaved ever since he can remember. I think his mum has a bigger problem if she can’t accept that her son is an adult. She really needs to step back – I mean going to the doctor’s with him? PLEASE!!

Thomas asks…

Worst baby naming trends of the decade?

I found this article called Worst Baby Name Trends of the Decade. I read it and then questioned, what are some of the worst names you have ever heard. Here is the article, read through it then let me know what are some of the strangest names you have heard and if you know someone with a strange name, let us know the story behind it!

Worst Baby Name Trends of the Decade

by The Name Lady (Subscribe to The Name Lady’s posts) Dec 25th 2009 11:00AM

Categories: Weird But True, Baby Names, Opinions
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Here at Name Lady Central we see names of all stripes, from the common and conservative to the wild and woolly.

Most of them, even the woolliest, are chosen with love by well-meaning moms and dads. But a few name trends from the past decade have crossed the line. Here are the Name Lady’s picks for the worst name trends of the decade:

Selling Your Baby‘s Name To The Highest Bidder
Did you hear about the expectant parents who put naming rights to their new baby up for auction on eBay? In fact, you’ve had plenty of chances to hear that since the year 2000. In the sell-from-home decade, several families have seen baby naming as an opportunity to pick up some quick cash. This year, one determined Arkansas mom re-listed her unborn son’s name auction five times. Her goal (unmet) was $20,000 to help pay the household bills.

Some of the eBay parents have seemed genuinely desperate, while others may have just been out for attention. Before you write them all off, consider one thing they had in common: They were trying to sell a name that belonged to somebody else, not their own. That makes them fitting emblems for a decade when more and more parents started treating baby names as creative fashion accessories.

Giving Your Baby A Corporate Trademark Name
There’s a natural overlap between product names and baby names. Parents may be attracted to a name like Sienna for a girl for the same reasons that Toyota was attracted to it for a minivan. But since the ’90s, the brand naming of babies has reached new heights. Labels like Nautica, Lexus and Armani have joined the ranks of America’s top 1,000 names, and almost no popular brand seems off limits. At last count, four American boys sported the name ESPN.

The U.S. doesn’t regulate baby names, but the more we bestow corporate trademarks on children, the closer we come to a brave new world of naming law. What does it mean when a corporation owns the rights to your name? What will happen to little ESPN if he wants to be a sportswriter, or to Nautica if she tries to design clothes?

Using Names As An Excuse To Make Fun Of People
Name insults are as old as schoolyard taunts. In this decade, though, adults have elevated baby name bashing to the level of blood sport. Whenever a new celebrity baby is born, the world waits with bated breath to tear the name to shreds. (In reality, most celebrity babies have perfectly normal names — Henry and Ava are favorites — but what fun is that?)

The most toxic name bashing uses names, real or invented, as a sly way to make fun of whole segments of our society. For example, one of the hottest Internet stories of recent years is the dubious tale of the girl named Le-a, pronounced Ledasha because “the dash don’t be silent.” The most common version of that story concludes with the commentary, “And we let these people vote.”

Making Your Baby‘s Name A Tool To Advance Your Agenda
In December 2008, the Campbell family of New Jersey made international headlines when a supermarket bakery refused to write their young son’s name in icing on a birthday cake. The rejected name: Adolf Hitler.

The parents expressed shock and dismay at the store’s decision, but it soon became clear that they knew the score. The supermarket had rejected the Campbells’ requests before, and they had pointedly insisted on both first and middle names on the cake, not just Adolf. In short, the parents had set up a media event, using their child’s name as bait. Their whole Nazi-named brood and swastika-filled living room were soon being beamed to news outlets across the globe. How long before more zealots of every stripe follow suit, naming their children as living billboards?

Here’s wishing us all a new decade of loving, well-chosen names.
Website I found this on:
http://www.parentdish.com/2009/12/25/baby-name-worst-trends-of-the-decade/

Adam answers:

Here are some of the strangest names I have heard. I have actually met people with these names.
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Richella
Aubryella
Story
China
Tamela
Ormel
Fredward

Some of them are okay, but others are just cruel.

Chris asks…

Fashion disaster, help?

Hey, my names emily, I am 21. I need so much advice, I never know what to wear! I don’t have a fashion sense! I look about 16, and I have a little boy called Jacob, when I go out, I always get funny stares because I look a lot younger, how shall I dress older? I love every type of clothing, but my wardrobe is all so random, I hate it when people look at me a if to say, young person with a baby, yet I have my own house with my partner, a great job and my partner is working too.. I know people will say, wear whatever you want, you will figure out yourself as you get older, but I’m not! Help 🙂 if I go into a shop and have a good amount to spend on clothes, I will stay there for about 2 hours looking around, pick clothes, get home and not like them! Ahh!

Adam answers:

If you go into a class shop you can ask the assistant for some help and advice. .ask a more mature lady not a dolly bird. If you buy a good magazine, say vogue, you will find good outfits that you can create your own style.

Robert asks…

I’m a 19 year old guy living in asia, n i enjoy wearing my sister’s clothes. is there anything wrong with me?

i m 19 year old boy, a student, in sunny south east asia.

i like wearing my elder’s sister clothes actually. i always envied her beauty n wished i had an hourglass figure n lanky legs like her.

when i get home from school early, i would go to her bedroom n try on her clothes. my parents n elder sister would be at work.

since i m quite skinny n petite boy, about 166cm 53kg, i m able to fit into her clothes. i particularly liked wearing her denim mini shorts, beach shorts, n tight baby teeshirt n spaghetti strap top. i like the way when i dressed up in her pretty clothes. plus i apply some light makeup.

but her shoes don’t fit me, since she’s a size 7 while my male feet is size 9. so i had to buy my own high heeled shoes, n flip flops to complete the look. i also put on a wig since my hair is short n i m not allowed to keep long hair.

after i dress up, i would go to the mirror n take cute n sexy posed pictures of myself. i dress up because i like the way it looks. i m straight guy attracted only to hot babes, n i like anything related to femininity especially their fashion n beauty, n so explains my desire to be like one of them. i do not dress up for sexual fetish gratification.

so is there anything wrong with me?
because yesterday i just lied to her, telling her my church wants some old clothes for donation to poor folks. so she empties like half of her closet, tossing out her unwanted clothes. but of course i kept them all in my bedroom, so i can wear them, as the whole church thing was a big lie.

what should i do now? as i m typing this i m in a zara black racerback tank top, n miss selfridge miniskirt. (plus victoria secret’s bra n thongs), n aldo snake skin high heels. i feel i cannot get a day by without crossdressing. nobody knows about this. i only crossdress at home n in my bedroom, n take precautions so neighbours wont see me.

Adam answers:

Dude. If a girl can crossdress as a guy so can you dude. Its for fun right. I am a girl and at time I dress like a boy and I like it. Nothing wrong with it. Who cares what people think. Just as long you don’t get an operation to change sexes then its fine. Japan singers also crossdress as girls and yet people still love them. Even jap comic has million of stories on these. Not trust me check it out in mangafox. Ps there are plenty of girls like me who loves crossdressing guys. Mostly anime fans. Good luck.

Joseph asks…

I’m a 19 year old guy living in asia, n i like wearing my sister’s clothes. is there anything wrong with me?

i m 19 year old boy, a student, in sunny south east asia.

i like wearing my elder’s sister clothes actually. i always envied her beauty n wished i had an hourglass figure n lanky legs like her.

when i get home from school early, i would go to her bedroom n try on her clothes. my parents n elder sister would be at work.

since i m quite skinny n petite boy, about 166cm 53kg, i m able to fit into her clothes. i particularly liked wearing her denim mini shorts, beach shorts, n tight baby teeshirt n spaghetti strap top. i like the way when i dressed up in her pretty clothes. plus i apply some light makeup.

but her shoes don’t fit me, since she’s a size 7 while my male feet is size 9. so i had to buy my own high heeled shoes, n flip flops to complete the look. i also put on a wig since my hair is short n i m not allowed to keep long hair.

after i dress up, i would go to the mirror n take cute n sexy posed pictures of myself. i dress up because i like the way it looks. i m straight guy attracted only to hot babes, n i like anything related to femininity especially their fashion n beauty, n so explains my desire to be like one of them. i do not dress up for sexual fetish gratification.

so is there anything wrong with me?
because yesterday i just lied to her, telling her my church wants some old clothes for donation to poor folks. so she empties like half of her closet, tossing out her unwanted clothes. but of course i kept them all in my bedroom, so i can wear them, as the whole church thing was a big lie.

what should i do now? as i m typing this i m in a zara black racerback tank top, n miss selfridge miniskirt. (plus victoria secret’s bra n thongs), n aldo snake skin high heels. i feel i cannot get a day by without crossdressing. nobody knows about this. i only crossdress at home n in my bedroom, n take precautions so neighbours wont see me.

Adam answers:

Get counciling! There is something wrong with you, God made men to be men and dress in man clothes and females were made to be dressed in female clothes

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