Dr. Jennifer W. Shewmaker

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Creative Chicks Rule

Now this t-shirt for girls I like. No comment about being naughty, playing with boys, loving boys, being a brat, etc. Just plain promotion of creativity. If you spot clothes that offer positive messages to kids, send me pictures, I’d love to post them!

2 comments on “Creative Chicks Rule

  1. Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth
    March 22, 2011

    You definitely would love PigtailPals.com then…here’s a series I wrote for Shaping Youth to kick off our ‘Tee-Party of All Things Girl” showing examples of companies with positive media messages that inspire instead of exploit: http://www.shapingyouth.org/?p=3366 (I’m thinking of creating one for SY that simply says ‘Don’t let the media define you, before you define yourself.’) 😉

    • Jennifer Shewmaker
      March 23, 2011

      Thanks, Amy! I love Pigtail Pals and their line of clothing. I also find that Hanna Andersson and Lands End provide kids clothes that are fun but appropriate. I know my readers will enjoy reading your post. Our kids need to be inspired rather than exploited.

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