Tuesday, June 23, 2009

The choke tube

This is what my daughter made for Max today at day care. It's a "choke tube". I think it is supposed to be something that helps you determine what size of toys are safe for a baby. Anything that fits inside of this tube should be safe for the baby to play with. You wouldn't know that when you hear her describe it. It really sounds like she'll be shoving it down Max's throat and choking him with it. Love.

1 comment:

  1. Choke tubes are to illustrate what fits into (and might stick in) the esophogas - therefor anything that fits in is NOT safe to play with. Not sure what they used - is it a toilet paper tube? That would be way to big. It's closer to the size of quarter. Here are the dimensions of a One step ahead product 1 1/2 in in diameter. Anyhoo - thought I's pass along the info! :D