Have you been looking at your baby and thinking something along the lines of, "Ugh, if only her legs didn't look so fat. If only there was some way to make them look longer"?
If you have you're the worst, but you're also in luck because is here.
Pee Wee Pumps makes high heel infant crib shoes for babies zero to six months that will make your baby look like the grown-up lady she is inside.
For some reason—I can't possibly think why—Pee Wee Pumps is getting some backlash for both selling high heels for babies and for "sexualizing" them in their photoshoots.
"They look at it like you're sexualizing babies," Michele Holbrook, creator of the Pee Wee Pump said in an interview with Footwear News. "That's their opinion if they want to take it, but they are intended as a photo prop, and mothers want to use it as a fashion accessory."
"That's their opinion if they want to take it, but they are intended as a photo prop, and mothers want to use it as a fashion accessory."
She says the shoes only go up to six months because that's when babies start to crawl.
She also defends what Footwear News calls her "tame boudoir" photoshoots, saying there is nothing unsavory about them or her product.
"It's like putting a baby into a cute romper or tutu," she says. "It's an accessory and there's no more to it."
Okay, let's go with that.
Pee Wee pumps are simply an accessory…that tells a baby she will grow up to like shoes no matter what.
While the idea of a baby heels might be off-putting to, well, pretty much everyone, maybe we all need to stop and think of what this new category might do for the economy.
If babies start wearing heels, a whole new job market will be created.
Baby shoe repair, baby podiatrists, baby reflexology: The sky's the limit on the new baby-related jobs these heels could create. And it's not like babies don't already fall down a lot already.
So come on babies, take one for the team and start early.
Pee Wee Pumps are currently available for $9.99 a pair.