Why you ask?
Because about at least a third of baby clothing seems to come with tags telling you to keep the item away from fire.
|I'm not making this shit up.|
Yeah... keep away from flame. Because apparently there's a slew of baby roasting parents out there. Them witches with their baby eating ways, I tell ya!
Seriously. WTF? How close to an open flame are people getting with their babies that clothing makers feel the need to warn parents to keep away? And why, pray tell, are children's clothes flammable when none of my adult clothing seems to be?
|in case you didn't believe me that the above was baby clothing|
Either they're making baby clothes with the intention of making said baby roasts easier or my clothes are just as flammable but they don't care to warn me. Cause apparently I'm supposedly smart enough to dress myself and keep away from an open flame but not my baby.
Yup... they don't tell you that your brain apparently turns to mush. Once baby has arrived all common sense goes out the window and they don't want to get sued for my stupidity. Because lets face it, this is kind of like the getting burned by a cup of hot coffee. If you hold your baby so close to an open fire that its clothes can catch on fire .... I'm going to put it out there and say that maybe, just maybe, you weren't so smart about parenting in the first place?
I'm just saying.
Welcome to mommy land, apparently it comes without a brain...