What was a baby monitor in 1963? Oh, yea. A baby cried. We didnt rely on some slick new tech to monitor our kids until now.
Yeah, back in 1963 we'd drive around with a six pack on the passenger seat and a beer in our hand. If our car even had seat belts we didn't bother to use them. And we'd put the baby in a wicker basket in the bed of the pickup truck.
Ahhhh, the "good ol' days".
Now that we are a weak dependant society.
If so, we can blame that on your and your parents' generation.
They're responsible for what passes as "citizens" today.
They raised them and nurtured them.
And my mom? You have a comment on my mother? You couldnt carry my mothers water.
**** son. Your mommy would be calling me daddy.
At night babies were kept in parents bedrooms many times. You know, back when we took care of our kids.
And you wonder why we have a dependent society.
You gotta cut the cord some time brother.
And during the day, the windows were open and we lived in decent neighborhoods. If baby cried, we would hear it and go in.
If I didn't have a monitor with me, when my baby cried I'd hear the air conditioner.
Yeah, yeah, I know. "Soft" society today and their confounded air conditioner machines!!!
Let me guess, you never left your home?
Everything eelse you said was dumb, but made a modicum of sense.
This is just completely out of left field.