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By: Brittany Fri, 29 Aug 2014 14:00:32 +0000 The way you curse, I wouldn’t be surprised if it is YOUR child that ends up as a douchebag. Did you ever stop to consider the facts?

1) A diaper warmer is a hell of a lot better than a cold wipe to the ass in the middle of the night and then your baby is up all night screaming from the shock.

2) No, babies can’t walk but shoes are made to protect your feet and the same for your child. What if the child is crawling and comes across a carpet tack? Seriously, mommy-of-the-year, use your head.

3) Maybe your fancy stroller didn’t work for you because you are too busy cursing out everyone else who has a better life than you (probably because we are happier and more mentally sound people) to listen to the person explaining how to operate it.

4) Did you ever consider the fact that a baby bathtub is for their safety? Ever had your kid throw a fit and slam their head into the counter on the sink or the faucet? Didn’t think so, cause if you did, you’d realize that is the reason they made baby bathtubs.

5) And seriously? You’re really gonna joke about car seats? Yeah, I hate to say it, but when your sixteen year is hit in a head on collision because they are too busy doing what their mommy taught them and cursing at the other drivers to pay attention to the road, I’ll say that karma’s a bitch.

But yeah, you just keep posting your opinions and advising parents not to do things that are obviously there to help their children or make their own lives easier. And P.S, please keep your kids away from other children. We don’t want the ignorance virus to spread.

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By: sarah Sun, 17 Aug 2014 05:05:43 +0000 bottle warmers were a great for me for the first 4 months. i used formula which for the first for months u r suppose to boil, so every morning i’d make enough for the day. being able to pull a cold bottle out & stick it in a bottle warmer was so much faster than the faucet or boiling a pot of water. when baby is hungry its all about speed. Of course once i could stop boiling the water i would just turn on the faucet & make bottles as needed so water was good temp & no longer needed warmer

By: sarah Sun, 17 Aug 2014 04:58:43 +0000 it is actually when they can sit up by themselves you can put them in an exasauer. once they have that solid neck control and steady independently sitting then their spines are strong enough. walkers you wait a little longer since it takes more strength to move something, then to just sit there.

while there is not enough proof yet i personally don’t think bambo seats are good for the spine. think you are trying to force your baby to sit before its time (when used with 0-4 month olds) a Bouner seat is a much more natural position & baby is secure but can still see