Are Instagram’s Aesthetic Moms Hindering Kids’ Development?

The floor is the color of sand. The walls are the color of sand. The cushions are the color of a slightly different type of sand. This is a baby’s bedroom in the Instagram age: Sit down, settle into the cream couch, admire the tan bedding, and feast your eyes on the beige illustrations in their beige frames.

Something strange has happened to nurseries, and it is perhaps best illustrated by a vintage sewing pattern from 1988. Here, the ideal abode for a babe features a matching pillow cover, diaper holder, and changing pad made of garish yellow, red, and blue polka-dotted

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