Baby mop: crawls and cleans at the same time

Baby mop: crawls and cleans at the same time

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Have you seen the ad made in japan of Baby mops? When I saw it, I thought it was a joke, and I'm honest: I want to continue to believe that it is. I respect opposing opinions, but I can't believe that this type of product is being marketed, and even less that a parent is interested in acquiring it.

Baby Mops: Makes your baby work to maintain himself. Thus begins the ad that says that when dressing your baby with Baby Mops, you will only have to leave it on the wooden floor that needs cleaning. At first, to encourage the baby to move around, you will have to walk around the rooms, but over time the baby will crawl on his own and clean himself. And as if that were not enough, he still affirms that this is not a case of child exploitation. That the baby would crawl anyway.

And with Baby Mops, in addition, babies learn to be responsible and to have a good work ethic. I am literally "speechless." I wonder what will happen to the baby after the crawling is done, that is, the cleaning. He will have gathered in his little legs, in his arms, and all over his body an enormous amount of dust, mites, hair and fluff, impressive. When we put our babies to crawl on the floor, the normal thing is that we clean the floor before, right? More than anything to avoid respiratory and allergy problems, and that some object hurts him. What do you think of the idea?

Vilma Medina. Editor of our site

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  1. Bersules

    can here the lack?

  2. Mackinley

    In it something is. Now all became clear to me, I thank for the information.

  3. Basil

    the very curious question

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