"Plus, she plans on returning the t-shirts for a full refund at the end of the store’s 60-day return policy."If she doesn't want kids to be purchasing the shirts that she believes are inappropriate, then why is she returning them? Does she realize that when she returns them, the store will either resell them at a discount or send them off to an outlet for discount pricing? Just because she purchased them and held them for 59 days, returns them on the 60th doesn't mean that they will light a match to them. In fact, a big hairy deal being made out of it just makes people more curious and honestly makes people want the mom banned item more.
I'm just sayin'.
I am picky about what my daughter wears. Don't get me wrong. I don't allow words stamped across the butt and frankly think that a young child should not be wearing a bikini. I also watch cuts of shirts and shorts. That doesn't mean that I run all over and throw a fit about it, expecting children to wear Dugger-like bathing suits and skirts to their ankles.