Archive for March, 2012
Oh Huggies, what have you done? I saw a flurry of posts and comments over the last few weeks related to an advertising campaign by Huggies (here is a quick overview by Janice D’Arcy over at the Washington Post and the final outcome as well). Basically, Huggies tried to celebrate dads by calling them inept — maybe not the original goal, but that was the perceived result.
I understand the backlash and think that Huggies deserves almost every single criticism for the sheer fact they used a stereotype as the basis of the campaign. I say almost since, well, some complaints are straight from More >
After quite a few rants (and an extended time not posting), I figure it is about time to do another review. I have been light on these because I have found that the costly, quintessential items you needed for a newborn do not carry over into the toddler years. I do have some thoughts on Thomas the Train and the multiple variations therein, but one toy I came across that I love (as well as the most important review, my son), is the Discovery Toys Motor Works (link is to where you can buy it on Amazon).
I will caveat and say More >