Changing the backend software here at Daddy Types has resulted in many valuable comments getting flagged by the spam filter. While I look for a solution, I've been wading through several thousand spams a day, pulling out the legitimate comments. The result: thanks to astute comments, at least a couple of major topics posted about this week have probably changed significantly since you read them. This is important, so please pay attention:
You remember those cute little Amish clothes, made by the Amish? How I was all, "Aww, dress your kid like Lukas Haas in Witness, dude. Vests and straw hats!? Yeah, well, it turns out those folks at PlainlyDressed.com aren't even Amish, they're Seventh Day Adventists, it's just that Amish have the brand recognition that moves the modest merch. If it weren't for all that "let he who is without sin cast the first stone" stuff, I'd be tempted to make some sort of "What part of 'thou shalt not bear false witness' don't you understand? Just because the actual Amish are too busy shunning the Internet to make a stink about brand dilution and what us crazy Englische actually think?" stink about it. Best to shop at Yoder Dept. Store in Indiana and be done with it.
Also, in the discussion of how much formula does that scoop actually hold, Kaz said he saves all their scoops, and I was all, "what for, to make a formula scoop wreath?" And Sam was all, "Dude, totally! Then show it to the lactivists! Can we see Uma now?" No. British reality TV actress/tabloid model/whatever Jordan is the official DT mascot of feeding your child from large cans. Of formula.