Some DINKS (double income, no kids) who invested heavily in furniture manage to procreate in their late 30s, and face a dilemma (as described by the Fishwrap)
Suddenly they were confronted with a question that had never before occurred to them: given the way baby gear and toys take over households, the uncivilized habits of toddlers and the dangers posed by sharp-edged contemporary furniture, could Ms. Brown and Mr. Friedman continue to live their high-design dream?My wicked side questions whether people who worry about such matters should be allowed to live.
These people are scum. I pity their children. The reporter is an idiot, too.