It isn’t ‘woke’ to want your child to play with a diverse set of toys
As a mom, I had to stop my determined and grabby one-year-old from ripping out handfuls of the dog's hair, among other unexpected duties.
The religious duty to give his old clothing to newly expecting friends, just as we were given bags of small romper suits when I was pregnant.
I like when firms like Fisher-Price take little measures to make the "good human being" aspect simpler.
White, middle-class males have benefits that my kid will undoubtedly enjoy.
A poll found that most parents want more diversity in children's toys, which inspired Fisher-line. Price's
Over half of parents of children under five feel toys and games establish unreasonable demands for youngsters, according to their study.
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