I wanted to contrast how different parenting is today from how parenting was back in the 70s and 80s. All our parents should be in jail. Seriously— How the hell are we all alive and well today??? Luck, I think. Pure luck. That, and probably our parents did a few things right. You can read the full rules here. Below are 17 products from Munchkin that make parenting easier, safer, cleaner and less likely to land you in jail. Want Mommy Shorts delivered daily or weekly to your inbox? This post was sponsored by Munchkin but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
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