Company Turns Parenting Advice Books Into Baby Wipes

You know what they say about opinions … everyone’s got one, and everyone thinks everyone else’s stinks.

When it comes to breastfeeding vs. bottle-feeding, organic vs. whatever-is-in-the-fridge-who-cares-they’re-not-going-to-eat-it-anyway, we think it’s officially time to agree to disagree on all the things that really don’t matter so much as long as you have a healthy, happy baby at the end of the day.

And baby products manufacturer Tommee Tippee seems to agree with us.

The company recently released an ad for their new line of baby wipes called Advice Wipes, made out of recycled paper from baby advice books and magazine articles. No, we’re not kidding. The baby wipes actually exist — but there’s a catch.

They’re limited edition for special distribution to promote the #ParentOn theme, which “aims to give parents the confidence to put away the baby books and trust their instincts when it comes to raising their kids,” according to AdWeek.

So if you’ve recently overdosed on well-intentioned (but totally unsolicited) parenting advice from friends/family/neighbors/complete strangers you met in passing and you’re really, totally OVER IT …

This video is for you.

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