Hide Ya Kids: Would You Put Your Little One To Work In This Baby Mop Get Up?

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Here's a product that's bound to clean up. A US firm is selling this baby mop. The onesie / romper suit features mop heads sewn to the arms and legs. And when your little one crawls about, the tot will clean the floor underneath. The company says that the product has many benefits.They say: "Teach your baby a strong work ethic early on in their life. "Baby will get a nice workout, burn off energy, and do muscle toning. And sleep better too!" The firm also claims that it helps to "save lots of money on house cleaning costs". A spokesman said: "It's a bit of fun." The $40 USD item - said to be inspired by a spoof Japanese version - is for sale online at betterthanpants.com .

Would you worry about folks calling you an epitome of a bad parent for putting your kid in one of these? Or would it be worth it to teach your kid a little work ethic early while getting some help around the house?

Via RadarOnline:

Betterthanpants.com is selling the adorable onesie that will make any baby the perfect mommy’s little helper, complete with all the reasons why someone NEEDS a baby mop.

According to the site, the baby mop will “teach your baby a strong work ethic early on in their life.”

The blue romper with the orange mop has “ultra absorbent materials and engineered to clean and shine your floor,” and will help a child learn fine motor skills.

“”Your baby will learn not to drop and waste food,” and also helps kids avoid childhood obesity.

“Baby will get a nice workout, burn off energy, and do muscle toning. And sleep better too!”

With so many working parents, this will free up their spare time and save money on house cleaning costs!

Just in time for the holidays, the baby cleaner is only $40.00 and is made of 100 percent cotton and is super soft and comfortable.

Cool or cruel? Would you put the $40 bucks down to invest in one of these for your baby, or is it just a joke gone too far?

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