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Doting Mother Spends £17k On Designer Clothes For Her Baby

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He is not even a year old but Theo has the spending habits to rival a Hollywood superstar.

In the past year his mother Sophie Vickers has splashed £17,000 on designer clothes and toys for her baby. The lavish lifestyle is a shocking example of Britain’s obsession with aping celebrity lifestyles.

It is not clear how Miss Vickers, who is a part-time administrative assistant from Tyne and Wear, and her carpet fitter partner Chris, 25, can afford such a lavish approach to parenthood.

She insists she does not spend on credit cards, but is reluctant to discuss the family’s income.

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Is she on the game? She could be you know. Not unattractive - probably a three pint princess if you can just stop her talking about her f@cking child.

Can't help feeling that the money may be wasted on a child with a such a Mekon-like head though. Daddy isn't in shot and I think I know why.

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She urgently needs to be advised as to what her actions could do to her child, if she continues, then it is a form of child abuse.

The type that knows the cost of everything and the value of nothing

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We see more and more of these stories in the coming months and years.

People all over are starting to realize there is no return to bank machine HPI, that Gordon's economic miracle wasn't, and are going to spend every last bit of credit available to them before it is taken away. Besides, whats a bankruptcy mean to these folks? Nothing at all.

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Obviously her parents sent her to school in tesco tearaways and gola tracksuits and she wants to show the little un that she loves him much more than her parents loved her. Awwwww bless (retching noises)

Oh well.......nice little article for horrid sneering daily mail readers to tut at.

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Misplaced ideals.

This won't be an isolated story. Psychologists call it transference. Something is seriously wrong for anyone to think that this is normal or wise. The better, wiser, more loving thing to do would be to open up a bank account for the youngster and dress him/her in George at Asda.

Where is the reset button for our broken society?

Go back two generations, can you imagine what they would think or what the reaction would be? Such excess would be nipped in the bud pretty quickly.

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Misplaced ideals.

This won't be an isolated story. Psychologists call it transference. Something is seriously wrong for anyone to think that this is normal or wise. The better, wiser, more loving thing to do would be to open up a bank account for the youngster and dress him/her in George at Asda.

Where is the reset button for our broken society?

Go back two generations, can you imagine what they would think or what the reaction would be? Such excess would be nipped in the bud pretty quickly.

Well put.

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Can't help feeling that the money may be wasted on a child with a such a Mekon-like head though.

A baby’s head is much different than an adult’s. For one, it is much bigger than an adult’s. It takes up around one-third of their bodies. A baby's forehead takes up most of its face. Because of this, a baby’s eyes are not halfway up on the face, like an adult’s, they are 3/7th of the way up.

The eyes seem so large because they are very close to the same size they will be when the baby is an adult. Because of this, very little of the whites of the eyes can be seen. A baby’s nose has not formed cartilage yet, and is not a sharp, defined form yet. The nose is 2/7th of the way up the face. In newborns, the nose is often flattened due to stress in the womb. As they get older, the nose will get more round and fleshy. Babies often have a very curved, ski-slope type arch to their nose. This creates an almost puglike look. The mouth is 1/7th of the way up the face...

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A baby’s head is much different than an adult’s. For one, it is much bigger than an adult’s. It takes up around one-third of their bodies. A baby's forehead takes up most of its face. Because of this, a baby’s eyes are not halfway up on the face, like an adult’s, they are 3/7th of the way up.

The eyes seem so large because they are very close to the same size they will be when the baby is an adult. Because of this, very little of the whites of the eyes can be seen. A baby’s nose has not formed cartilage yet, and is not a sharp, defined form yet. The nose is 2/7th of the way up the face. In newborns, the nose is often flattened due to stress in the womb. As they get older, the nose will get more round and fleshy. Babies often have a very curved, ski-slope type arch to their nose. This creates an almost puglike look. The mouth is 1/7th of the way up the face...

Informal, yet informative.

Many thanks.

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Yeah man, until you have kids of your own

You just don't get it.

You don't get it maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!

Don't worry, Kengan taught me good. Real good.

I've been a bad, bad man. I'm going to take a look in the mirror, make a change and learn to love the kids, just like MJ did.

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Yeah man, until you have kids of your own

You just don't get it.

You don't get it maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!

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Interesting thread.

Ive been looking at the babies head for a while, but my attention keeps being grabbed by the mothers uncanny resemblance to jigsaw off the saw films. Obviously shes hot, but she still reminds me of him.

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It's what family tax credits were made for.

I'm sure Gordon came in his pants when he read that article.

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