Baby Mop

-Submitted by David Drumm (Nal), Guest Blogger

Top 5 reasons you NEED a baby mop:

  1. Teach your baby a strong work ethic early on in their life.
  2. Your baby will learn not to drop and waste food.
  3. Baby will get a nice workout, burn off energy, and do muscle toning. And sleep better too!
  4. Not having to clean your floors saves you time so you can spend it doing things you enjoy.
  5. Save lots of money on house cleaning costs.

Source: here.

23 thoughts on “Baby Mop

  1. Newt would love this. He might propose we get a bunch of Baby Mop kids together at the high school to mop up and replace those highly paid janitors.

  2. Rcampbell,

    You don’t say….. please…. they need no more ideas…..

    Dredd,

    Necessity the mother of invention…..

  3. Cute photo. When our son was young he loved to clean. I would give him a bucket w/ soap and water and he would wash the cabinets and the fridge[lower half was ll he could reach]. I have video of him singing as he cleaned. I call those clips the Felix Unger files.

  4. Lucky parents! Did they change their own diapers too?

    Or did you develop faeces satiation and hypoxia from holding your breath. Makes for faster changes.

  5. I mentioned long term occupation of Afghanistan in relation to its position on the List of Bad Ideas in the History of Bad Ideas and it not being #1, but real close. The Baby Mop is one of the reasons that particular bad idea hasn’t hit the top spot.

  6. Reminds me of Navy boot camp. They used to crawl around under the bunks on blankets to clean the floor.

    That place was cleaner than a hospital. But hospitals aren’t known for being that clean. Where is the best place to pick up contagion?

  7. i guess it goes without saying that the tots do not like the enclosed extension rod that allows you to get to those hard to reach ceiling fan blades and ceiling/wall corners.

    catholic families however find it pretrains the male tots for later priest/alter boy relationships.

  8. This is a version of what was advertised decades ago in a hilarious book called something like “ridiculous Japanese inventions.” Just recently I found myself describing it to a friend and I couldn’t figure out how to locate the picture! I think this particular baby is a different one than the one who modeled the invention in that book, though. :mrgreen:

  9. Nick S, ALL KIDS love to clean. That is, all the kids I have ever met love to clean. It’s fun, it works, they see results, and their parents do it so they can feel all grown up.

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