The only labour-saving device JML don't sell
Is. There. Any. Need. If this went on in the UK, you'd be reaching for the number of Social Services. It's probably a joke, but then again it's looks scarily real:
For those off you who still value your eyesight, allow Bitterwallet to translate the minuscule scribe in this book (our eyesight is already bad for... medical reasons):
"Make your child work for their keep. After the birth of your child, there's always the temptation to say "Yes, it's cute, but what can it do?"."
Is there really the temptation to say that? Is there? Are you sure?
"Until recently the answer was simply lie "there and cry" but now babies can be put on the payroll, so to speak, almost as soon as they're born. Just dress your young one in Baby Mops and set him or her down on any hard wood or the floor that needs cleaning. You may at first need to get things started by calling to the infant from across the room, but pretty soon they'll be doing it all by themselves."
"There's no child exploitation involved. The kid is doing what he does best anyway; crawling. But with Baby Mops he's also learning responsibility and a healthy work ethic."
Responsibility and a healthy work ethic. At nine months hold. Run, child, run. As fast as you can, away from these demonic parents. Oh, wait.