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So started the phone call the other night from my sister-in-law. She and her husband, non-parents who are unofficial second parents to my children, were dining near the Verizon Center on Monday night when the crowds started arriving for the Hannah Montana concert. Here was the scene: Girls around seven or eight decked out in sparkly clothing. Stretch Hummer limos filled with girls belting out Hannah Montana songs. For those girls it was probably the time of their life and all they'll talk about for awhile.

But there was just something so sleazy about it.

The idolization starts so young. We couldn't wait to get away. Ugh: Hummer limos, wigs, sparkling clothes, fingerless gloves and girl shrieking at rock-concert decibel levels? The latest peer-inspired Star Wars-bad-guys phase flying through our house seems so tame in comparison!

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What idols and trends are your kids into these days? Anyone willing to share their views from inside and outside the Verizon Center on Monday night or any other recent Hannah Montana concert? It is good to have boys, and the fact that they are both three and under does not hurt. Right now the idolizing ends at any of the Backyardigans and Mickey Mouse.

And Oh She will be at Stratmore Hall in Bethesda in March, but I doubt there will be too many limos for this show!

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My kid just turned 4 but I have two nieces age 11 and They are into HM but I have not heard of year olds being that crazy about it. One of my friends from Houston took her 9 year old to HM concert when the tickets were sold at actual face value. She said she liked it but a week later she forgot about it and hasn't mentioned it. I don't have a problem with taking them to a concert with a parent for a face value ticket.

But why do you need a limo? She is saving all her coins in a jar to buy an American Girl doll this summer.

She has been watching their movies and has their baby doll and two of their bigger dolls. She recieved all her dolls as gifts. Posted by: foamgnome January 9, AM Report abuse. My parents have just scored tickets to HM in Houston for my 6yo niece, and believe me, it was a big deal.

The venue was trying to keep the tickets out of the hands of scalpers, so they instituted this elaborate process that a whole slew of family and friends participated in to get those tickets. Niece is elated. She will not be getting a limo, though.

Her HM love seems to be enduring, but at some point she'll move on. At Christmas I asked my 11yo and 9yo nieces what were the big items on everyone's lists this year, and I heard a lot of Brand Names. My SIL tries to make them wait at least a year until she gives them a Brand Name item, to make sure they really want it. Uggs and North Face were big. Madame Alexander dolls and horse stuff they both ride were also big for them, but I don't know about a general trend. And Webkinz. I found that the best thing you can give elementary aged kids are personalized items. This year they all got soccer bags with their names on them from me.

Posted by: atb2 January 9, AM Report abuse. I think the greatest gift a parent can give is a healthy respect for money. I find that those children that have had to do without are generally better workers, more compassionate to others and just nicer overall. I worry for those children that have everything given to them, and this story paints a sad picture of the future. Posted by: jj January 9, AM Report abuse.

I would have taken my kids to the HM concert if I could have gotten tickets at the normal price. They might have enjoyed it, but if I had given them a choice between HM and Wicked, they definitely would have picked the latter. We have been tv free for a week now, and all I can say is that I wish I had started this long ago.

The house is so much calmer, and my youngest kid has even picked up a book! And not once has anyone complained that they were bored. Posted by: nwt January 9, AM Report abuse. When I was a kid, I idolized Madonna. I painted my nails red and wore black, fingerless lace gloves that I bought from Claire's.

I also used to dress up in my Mom's collection of wigs left over from the 70s. I wanted so badly to go to the Bon Jovi concert with Tiny girl rides monster cock rest of my little friends, but my family couldn't afford tickets, much less a limo. The point is, as long as one's clothes provide adequate coverage WHO CARES if little girls like wigs, body glitter, sparkly clothes and yelling at a concert? It's all relatively harmless FUN. It's not like they're lined up outside H20 a few blocks away wearing their Bebe best. Posted by: child Tiny girl rides monster cock the 80s January 9, AM Report abuse.

My nine year old is also very into High School Musical. They often tell me that he is in the playroom with them. Last night he even came to dinner! We also really like Eloise, the Wizard of Oz and Angelina. It is fine for kids to be very into what they like at any age, and it is even fine for parents to indulge these interests within reason like setting an extra plate at dinner, or buying a CD and dancing around the livingroom. I feel like those kids are going to grow up with a really distorted view of reality and a rather large sense of entitilement. HappyDad, I'm right there with you -- first time the boy saw Laurie on a looooong car trip 13 mos or sohe was absolutely fixated, and insisted we play it over and over and over.

I swear the boy is going to marry a redhead in orange leather pants. I don't know how we lucked out to datebut my 6-yr-old doesn't seem to be into the trends as much. She follows her 7-yr-old cousin's lead a fair bit -- last year, the cousin got her into Webkinz -- but nothing really sticks for long. I see my SIL constantly dealing with whatever the latest obsession is most recently for her it's been High School Musicaland I'm glad I don't need to deal with that!

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Posted by: laura33 January 9, AM Report abuse. Laurie Berkner is going to be at Strathmore in March??? She is awesome! If we can get tickets, we'll be arriving in a beat up station wagon.

I might make my kids brush their hair for the occasion. I don't get the whole idolization of pop sensations, and I tend to think that boys idolizing sports figures falls into the same category as girls loving Hannah Montana and her ilk.

But I've also found that it's pretty easy to keep the kids away from this stuff. I have a nine year old daughter who really just has no idea who Hannah Montana is.

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We rented High School Musical over the winter break because she had received a few HSM gifts for her birthday and didn't know what they were. She didn't much like the movie and immediately went back to the classic Looney Toons DVDs we also rented. I wish I could take some credit for her disinterest in pop culture, but she seems to come by it naturally--I don't disallow these things.

She's just never shown any inclination to follow the trends. Posted by: sarahfran January 9, AM Report abuse.

Well for my wife and I we consider idol worship in our children a chance to create a counter point i. We help them get into what we believe are positive roles. Right now we have bought them Billy Bragg CDs and tapes and sit with them and read various writings from the Wobblies. We teach them about Eugene V. Debs and Lucy Parsons.

We have them wear clothes from the Salvation Army store. They cry when we tell them that poor children have to wear polyester and clothes from Sears This includes role-playing organizing children during play dates and creating anarchist activities. Not hard for 8 year olds who are a bit hyperactive. When the nanny takes them to the store they comment on how the produce was picked by slave labor earning below poverty wages.

What is really cute is when we take them to Ralph Lauren or Lulu for clothes they always as the sales help where the items were made. Of course they still wear these deer items and show off at school but it is so cute to see the girls work this concern for the down trodden. But it has an upside. They have learned to value the work of our Nanny and housekeepers. Next my wife and I are considering having them understand Rev. Al Sharpton. Now here is a person who is truly concerned for the well being of humanity and all downtrodden peoples. I think we are going to get the girls rayon track suits to wear and have them listen to speeches the Rev.

Sharpton has given so they can value what it is like to be poor.