What to do with your kid while you pee

Filed under: Baby Essentials

Wow. Just. Wow. If only I'd known about this earlier.

I don't know about other dads, but when I'm out with my daughter by myself, I'm always a little uncomfortable about any potential restroom situations. I'm just not all that into her watching me pee, nor would I be into her roaming around the bathroom while I'm taking care of business. It's a conundrum. Seriously.

Then I chanced upon this ingenious device from Mommysentials -- the Babykeeper. I'm not normally into child restraints -- like those obnoxious kiddy-leashes, for instance -- but for the two or three minutes I'm relieving myself, I think it'd be worth it.

Who wants their kid's hands all over a bathroom wall, stall, toilet, etc? You know damn well that hand is gonna end up in their mouth.

My daughter is too big for it now, but if you've got a little'un 6 to 18 months, and are as enamored as I am, you can order one for yourself here.

(Thanks to Mark at BoingBoing for the link!)

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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