Small Problem: Mom Slams Target’s Too Small Girl Clothes

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Turns out, there’s a difference in the way boy’s and girl’s clothes are sized. Well, one mommy blogger is taking aim -- specifically at Target.

When Stephanie Giese noticed a flaw in the retailer’s size chart, she sounded off online by posting pictures of the tiny shorts meant for her 5-year-old daughter.

They were marked 5T, but sized so small they fit her 2-year-old.

In her letter to the retail chain, this angry mom called Target out saying: “You are making our daughters’ clothes wrong!”

Turns out, Target seams to think sew too.

After the letter was posted by thousands of mad moms who are also stressed about sizes, Target’s PR department reached out and offered to mail samples they hope will measure up to Stephanie’s standards.

According to Stephanie’s Facebook—she still hasn't cut a deal with the retailer.

But, she’s still a mom on a mission.

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