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When is Enough simply Enough, Nadya Suleman?

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 25 February, 2010

Nadya Suleman just appeared on The View and basically said she can’t rule out having another child in the future.

This is the woman known as “Octomom,” who had octuplets by in vitro fertilization last January, already had 6 older kids, and has since been widely criticized for having such a huge family as a single mother with 14 kids on public assistance.

“If someday far, far, far, far in the future, when they’re older, if I meet somebody… I’m not going to say 100 percent no,” said Suleman when asked if she wanted any more kids. “I’m not going to say someday far in the future I will get married and want a baby with that person.”

nadya-suleman-octomomHow do you keep track of that many kids? I have four kids. I can not even fathom ten more children running around, competing for attention and trying to keep them safe and secure 24/7.

I’m sure we have all had that split second gut-wrenching feeling of turning around in a busy store and finding that our child who was just right there, is nowhere in sight. I can’t imagine Nadya would even notice a missing child or two right away.

We have a “electronic child leash” that lets you know immediately if your child wanders too far away from you. The Child Guard is a kid friendly animal-shaped transmitter sends a signal to the adult’s receiver. Adjustable to a distance of 6 to 30 feet, the device will start to beep when your child starts to stray.

If you have more than once child, or if another parent is using a similar child monitoring device in the same area, the frequencies adjust themselves automatically, much like a car door or garage door opener. That way, only your device goes off.

You could even attach this device to other objects, besides children. Clip one to your purse or wallet, crank down the setting to 6 feet and know if someone just snuck off with your belongings before they get a mile away…

Features of the Child Guard monitor:

* Simple and easy to use in a compact wireless design. Clip and go.
* Child friendly design, transmitter strategically hidden in a toy panda clip.
* Rotating dial adjusts the range from anywhere between 6 and 30 feet.
* Transmitter can be attached by buckle, to clothes, or worn as a necklace.
* Suitable for either indoor and outdoor use.
* Lithium batteries are included.
* Easy to understand instructions.

This device is a technological advance to those kid leash straps, that kids (and dogs) used to get harnessed into. This is a perfect solution to help wrangle a child or two, it just isn’t possible to keep both eyes on your child every second.

As neat as this device is, I’m not sure it would do a lick of good for Nadya Suleman’s small village. The non-stop beeping of children running in 14 different directions, while humorous to watch, would probably would drive her insane in a matter of seconds… that is more insane than she already is.

Be Safe, Be Prepared, Know when enough is enough.

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