One writer’s take on the “Parent Doll”

I found this very funny column by Craig Wilson, who writes for USA Today and has also published a book called “It’s the Little Things: An Appreciation of Life’s Simple Pleasures.

It seems that a company in California is marketing dolls for your child that you can put mom and dad’s face on.  Not only that but you can record up to 8 minutes of parent talk which will play when the child presses the doll’s tummy.  Nice idea, but I agree with Wilson—the end result is just plain creepy.

Read his column and let me know if you agree.

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