So I know they're making thongs for kids these days. I mean, how totally practical -- a constant wedgie. Way to make kids more pleasant and happy by sticking a some underpants up their crack.
Anyway, I was changing Drew the other day and he had part of his diaper up his crack. Or sort of. It wasn't a baby thong or anything, but it sort of made me think about it that way.
I thought I had just accidentally ripped the side lining of the diaper. It didn't leak and I didn't really care.
But then I went to change him again and I noticed the same problem. And, smart one that I am (only 13 diapers later), I realized I got a defunct pack of Huggies Supremes (I know. They're expensive, but they work).
Now, I'm already about 2/3 of the way through the box. And I repeat. They don't leak. But then I thought, "This is bullsh*t. My baby doesn't need a piece of diaper stuck up his butt. I already have to throw away sippie cups and teethers because they are flavored with LEAD and NOW diapers?"
But alas, I never took them back.
I sort of wish companies had sites of these instead of me having to drag my butt back to the store with a half-used box of diapers and two screaming kids and explain to some 15 year old sophomore in high school why I'm returning only half a box of diapers.
But the companies that do, I salute and support you. It's nice to know my opinion matters to someone these days.
Because I'm pretty sure Tyffanye could care less about what I think.
So would you have returned the diapers? Do you make an effort to return stuff that doesn't work? Have you ever written to a company or shared your opinion with them and gotten a response?