As a follow-up to my previous post, it seems that babies aren’t the only ones who should be concerned about radiation. Adults, too, should be concerned. You see, a long time ago, my mother-in-law told my husband that if he kept putting his cellphone in his pocket and placing his laptop on his lap, he might not be able to produce an offspring. Well, do you think that if he wore anti-radiation underwear from that time on, we would have conceived our child sooner? I believe my mother-in-law would think so.
When I became a mom, my shopping list centered around my baby. Rarely do I buy anything for myself anymore, and when I do, the item would have something to do with the baby. There were things that I purchased that turned out to be useless (for us), like infant belly binders. Now, I’ve been deciding on whether it is necessary or just plain silly to buy my baby a hat that shields radiation.