The 41 year-old received death threats after dressing daughter Paisley as Julia Roberts' prostitute character in Pretty Woman, complete with PVC thigh-high black boots, white tank top, skin-tight blue mini skirt and a blonde wig.
But the criticism seems to be water off a duck's back, judging by the youngster's latest extraordinary attire of off-the-shoulder velour leopard print catsuit, fishnet stockings and gloves and diamante decorated biker boots.
The photos emerged as part of the build-up for an upcoming child beauty pageant to be featured in another series of US reality show Toddlers and Tiaras.
The show has sparked outrage since it started in 2009, following kids as young as two years old, wearing fake breasts, fake bottoms, trashy outfits and tons of make-up.
This year, little Paisley has had a gruelling five-day schedule of fake tanning sessions, catwalk posing and make-up lessons. Her mother pushes her on with promises of sweets.
But the pushy parents who thrust their children into the spotlight see nothing wrong with it.
Mrs Dickey, from Georgia, said the provocative outfits are intended as a joke.
"People need to look at their own family and what they're doing," she told Good Morning America. "I don't know why people are focusing so much on pageant moms when there's much more harmful things people are letting their children do!'
When asked if she felt toddler pageants were a magnet for paedophiles, Mrs Dickey said: "When you take your children to the beach you put swimsuits on your girls, bikinis on your little ones or your big ones or teenagers.
"I think there are just as many or more paedophiles at the beach and in the park and anywhere ... I do not believe pageants are a breeding ground for paedophiles."
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