A recent ad for baby formula brand Similac pokes fun at various parenting styles.
As a woman is sitting on a park bench cradling her baby, several different posses of moms and dads representing different outlooks on child-rearing converge. Working women in black suits use one arm to talk on their cell phones and the other arm to carry their babies, while “hippies,” wearing their babies in slings, strike a warrior pose on yoga mats. Watch five fathers square off with some sassy breast-feeding mothers, and the funniest part of all is when a mom brags about her “drug-free pool birth. Dolphin assisted.”
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