click me baby, one more time.

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click me baby, one more time.

DaddyTypes posted an entry on their blog about a father who’s baby ended up getting “burned” by the “ipodmybaby”ipopmybaby onesie she was wearing. (That’s one heck of an allergic reaction, if you ask me!)

It’s not very clear at all at what caused the skin irritation on the baby… but it’s pretty apparent from the flickr feed that it only occured in the area where the click-wheel was screen-printed on the onesie.

I bought one of these a couple of months ago, when we were anticipating the birth of our son, Tyler. He hasn’t had the opportunity to wear the blue “ipodmybaby”ipopmybaby onesie I got him, yet. So I don’t know if he will have this same sort of reaction. (I’d probably say it’d be highly unlikely. People can be hypersensitive to certain things) It has made me a little more cautious about what I put on my son… and keeping a closer eye on how his clothing might affect him.

Definitely weird.

2 thoughts on “click me baby, one more time.

  1. Blueberry Johnson

    That flckr baby was left in the onesie overnight. Kind of like putting a baby in an Aerosmith t-shirt to sleep in, you just would’nt do it. As a new parent, you should avoid putting kids in printed clothing overnight. It’s pretty basic baby care – kids can’t move themselves when they are really young and this baby was left on its stomach overnight and it’s skin got irritated from the lack of breathability of the screened image. Could be a latex / vinyl allergy as well.

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