March 6, 2009
…according to researchers from University of Washington, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and Boston Children’s Hospital in August issue of Pediatrics.
No f!*#ing kidding. Really? </sarcasm>
Gizmodo says it better.
Remember the thing about the baby carriages? I know that a some point, carriage makers will use that to guilt parents into buying their product.
So much of marketing of baby products is about generating and assuaging guilt. I’ll address this again in the future when I’m feeling less annoyed (the whole Kindle thing has me all poised for ranting).