For Parents Who Want to Get Punched

October 1st, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

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Ah, the lovely product offerings that make their way into our inbox. This week: SATees, which puts high-protein vocabulary words on onesies.

These may work for you. You may want to buy one. Babble seemed to like the idea. But maybe it’s because I taught SAT courses for many years, or because I have a weird fascination with protecting my children from the same intellectual snobbery that got me where I am, but I do not like these.

In fact, I might rather my kids wear one of those “I Just Fahted” onesies they sell in Boston. Because if you put your baby in a onesie that says mellifluous, someone will want to punch you in the face. Just be glad if they don’t want to punch your baby too.


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