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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Craig Borrow/Newspix / Rex Features ( 1204823a ) Baby 'Credit Card' Experiences Teething Problems Despite the world recession having ushered in an era of more careful spending it would seem you are never too young to learn to spend. A new 'credit card' teether for babies has sparked outrage after being launched in Australia. The pink plastic toy is stamped with numbers, an expiry date and the name "Ima Spender". It is the brainchild of Heelarious, which also sells controversial high heel shoes for babies. Already the teething aid has been branded the "the ultimate symbol of materialism" and its makers have been criticised for trivialising the money problems felt by many. Social commentator Maggie Hamilton condemned the product, saying children were being forced to grow into "mini-adults" far too fast, and clever advertisers were infiltrating their minds from six months of age. However, Penny Hartelt, who is selling the Baby's First Credit Card Teether via her online gift shop littlegirlygadgets.com.au, defended the product as "just a bit of fun". She added: "They are reading far too much into it. I'd like to put my children and theirs in a room and see which are happier. "It's not hurting anyone and provides relief for the child. It will appeal to mothers who like a laugh." MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Craig Borrow / Newspix / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EMWOUXKPL
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Craig Borrow/Newspix / Rex Features ( 1204823b ) Baby 'Credit Card' Experiences Teething Problems Despite the world recession having ushered in an era of more careful spending it would seem you are never too young to learn to spend. A new 'credit card' teether for babies has sparked outrage after being launched in Australia. The pink plastic toy is stamped with numbers, an expiry date and the name "Ima Spender". It is the brainchild of Heelarious, which also sells controversial high heel shoes for babies. Already the teething aid has been branded the "the ultimate symbol of materialism" and its makers have been criticised for trivialising the money problems felt by many. Social commentator Maggie Hamilton condemned the product, saying children were being forced to grow into "mini-adults" far too fast, and clever advertisers were infiltrating their minds from six months of age. However, Penny Hartelt, who is selling the Baby's First Credit Card Teether via her online gift shop littlegirlygadgets.com.au, defended the product as "just a bit of fun". She added: "They are reading far too much into it. I'd like to put my children and theirs in a room and see which are happier. "It's not hurting anyone and provides relief for the child. It will appeal to mothers who like a laugh." MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Craig Borrow / Newspix / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EMWOUXKPL
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Craig Borrow/Newspix / Rex Features ( 1204823c ) Baby 'Credit Card' Experiences Teething Problems Despite the world recession having ushered in an era of more careful spending it would seem you are never too young to learn to spend. A new 'credit card' teether for babies has sparked outrage after being launched in Australia. The pink plastic toy is stamped with numbers, an expiry date and the name "Ima Spender". It is the brainchild of Heelarious, which also sells controversial high heel shoes for babies. Already the teething aid has been branded the "the ultimate symbol of materialism" and its makers have been criticised for trivialising the money problems felt by many. Social commentator Maggie Hamilton condemned the product, saying children were being forced to grow into "mini-adults" far too fast, and clever advertisers were infiltrating their minds from six months of age. However, Penny Hartelt, who is selling the Baby's First Credit Card Teether via her online gift shop littlegirlygadgets.com.au, defended the product as "just a bit of fun". She added: "They are reading far too much into it. I'd like to put my children and theirs in a room and see which are happier. "It's not hurting anyone and provides relief for the child. It will appeal to mothers who like a laugh." MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Craig Borrow / Newspix / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EMWOUXKPL
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Craig Borrow/Newspix / Rex Features ( 1204823d ) Baby 'Credit Card' Experiences Teething Problems Despite the world recession having ushered in an era of more careful spending it would seem you are never too young to learn to spend. A new 'credit card' teether for babies has sparked outrage after being launched in Australia. The pink plastic toy is stamped with numbers, an expiry date and the name "Ima Spender". It is the brainchild of Heelarious, which also sells controversial high heel shoes for babies. Already the teething aid has been branded the "the ultimate symbol of materialism" and its makers have been criticised for trivialising the money problems felt by many. Social commentator Maggie Hamilton condemned the product, saying children were being forced to grow into "mini-adults" far too fast, and clever advertisers were infiltrating their minds from six months of age. However, Penny Hartelt, who is selling the Baby's First Credit Card Teether via her online gift shop littlegirlygadgets.com.au, defended the product as "just a bit of fun". She added: "They are reading far too much into it. I'd like to put my children and theirs in a room and see which are happier. "It's not hurting anyone and provides relief for the child. It will appeal to mothers who like a laugh." MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Craig Borrow / Newspix / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EMWOUXKPL
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Craig Borrow/Newspix / Rex Features ( 1204823e ) Baby 'Credit Card' Experiences Teething Problems Despite the world recession having ushered in an era of more careful spending it would seem you are never too young to learn to spend. A new 'credit card' teether for babies has sparked outrage after being launched in Australia. The pink plastic toy is stamped with numbers, an expiry date and the name "Ima Spender". It is the brainchild of Heelarious, which also sells controversial high heel shoes for babies. Already the teething aid has been branded the "the ultimate symbol of materialism" and its makers have been criticised for trivialising the money problems felt by many. Social commentator Maggie Hamilton condemned the product, saying children were being forced to grow into "mini-adults" far too fast, and clever advertisers were infiltrating their minds from six months of age. However, Penny Hartelt, who is selling the Baby's First Credit Card Teether via her online gift shop littlegirlygadgets.com.au, defended the product as "just a bit of fun". She added: "They are reading far too much into it. I'd like to put my children and theirs in a room and see which are happier. "It's not hurting anyone and provides relief for the child. It will appeal to mothers who like a laugh." MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Craig Borrow / Newspix / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EMWOUXKPL
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Craig Borrow/Newspix / Rex Features ( 1204823f ) Baby 'Credit Card' Experiences Teething Problems Despite the world recession having ushered in an era of more careful spending it would seem you are never too young to learn to spend. A new 'credit card' teether for babies has sparked outrage after being launched in Australia. The pink plastic toy is stamped with numbers, an expiry date and the name "Ima Spender". It is the brainchild of Heelarious, which also sells controversial high heel shoes for babies. Already the teething aid has been branded the "the ultimate symbol of materialism" and its makers have been criticised for trivialising the money problems felt by many. Social commentator Maggie Hamilton condemned the product, saying children were being forced to grow into "mini-adults" far too fast, and clever advertisers were infiltrating their minds from six months of age. However, Penny Hartelt, who is selling the Baby's First Credit Card Teether via her online gift shop littlegirlygadgets.com.au, defended the product as "just a bit of fun". She added: "They are reading far too much into it. I'd like to put my children and theirs in a room and see which are happier. "It's not hurting anyone and provides relief for the child. It will appeal to mothers who like a laugh." MUST CREDIT PHOTOS BY: Craig Borrow / Newspix / Rex Features For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EMWOUXKPL
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