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Babies in bikinis: OK or inappropriate?

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Babies in bikinis: You've seen the look on the show Toddlers and Tiaras, and celebrity Jessica Simpson took a photo her baby and shared on a recent talk show. But some people say babies don't belong in bikinis.

There is a Babi-kini brand. And it's not just in Hollywood. Z'Baby on the Upper West Side has been selling Babi-kinis all summer.

Of course, in some of these baby bikinis there are no room for diapers. You can get a bikini for a child as young as 3 months.

For those who want more fabric on those chubby thighs, Z'Baby has one-piece options, too.

Some moms said they wouldn't put their babies in bikinis while others said it wasn't a big deal.

So some little girls are starting early, creating a stir with their Babi-kinis this summer.

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