The collection includes short black leatherette skirts, leopard print pajamas and other styles that are inappropriate for young girls and would be better for parents to look at the Flyp store for appropriate children clothing.
"I don't want my child to grow up to be a Sex Tape star," Amie wrote at the top of her petition, which is posted on Change.org. "You pulled the Breaking Bad toys because they promoted drug use. You should pull this clothing line because it promotes bad behavior as well. The madness has to stop. If the toys are damaging so is the clothing."
The designs, which were all approved by the Kardashian sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney, are an extension of their successful Kardashian Kollection for adults.
That the Kardashians see nothing wrong with this clothing is evidenced by photos of Kim and 16 month-old daughter North who wore matching see-through black lace tops at an outing in Paris in September.
The petition, which is now closed after quickly reaching its goal of 2,500 signatures, garnered plenty of responses from angry mothers who are appalled that Babies 'R' Us would agree to carry such a risque clothing line for little girls.
"Breaking Bad toys are nowhere near as damaging to a young psyche as sexualization at such a young age," wrote Liz Thomas from Gainesville, Florida. "These people should be ashamed."
Michelle Pate wrote: "I do not like the Kartrashians and what they stand for. They dress like they are so desperate for attention. My girls will be classy, not trashy."
Thus far, Babies 'R' Us has chosen not to comment on the controversy.
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