Hey. Sounds like a business opportunity to prey on stupid people with lots of money.
How do I know not to let the baby play with my chainsaw otherwise? lol
I don't see it as such a bad thing, anything someone can do to ensure the safety of their child is a good thing, especially for 1st time nervous parents.
I have a friends who's daughter's little boy somehow got tangled and hung in in the cord of her mini-blinds, not everyone has common sense so paying someone to double check can only be a positive.
What a crack up. Should be easier these days, having wifi after all. Lol. Really, I wonder if these people should be having kids at all if they can't do the crawl around for themselves.
They sell a device to test the temperature of the water in a baby´s tub.
That is called an ELBOW in most parts of the world, but there are people who lack the common sense to read and get information on their own to make their homes safe for kids and instead rely on stupid gadgets like the one I mentioned.
Some people should do it. It's better to admit you don't know and seek help than just wait for the baby to drink the bleach.
We have a lot less child deaths in this day and age than we used to. Not everybody needs help but in a culture where people no longer live with their extended families...they have to create other sources for the sort of information that used to come from family and community.
Some people understand there homes not safe for a little baby and need help making sure nothing is reachable or harmful. that they haven't caught onto better be safe then be sorry in the end its about safety not the human race's stupidity.
Well, we have more things now that could hurt a baby than we ever did before. It's not crazy to me. If it eases some of their worries, then let them be.
In this society---yes!
"Let him pull the TV on his head a few times. He'll learn."
"Watch this, he's sticking a fork in the socket... Whoo! You ain't gonna do that again are ya?!"
Actually, sticking a fork in the socket and getting shocked seems to make them want to do it again. That crazy kickback, I guess. I had to pull my oldest kid away after I realized what was going on. So glad nothing worse happened!