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    • Honestly, colored ones would add just the pop, making it a colorful focal point.
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    • There's a thing child psychologist do. Idk what the theory's called. But basically they put them in a white and dark room. And introduce them to 1 new color everyday or week. Supposed to help with creativity or something like that
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    • Trying to avoid gender stereotypes is good. Your boy wants to play with dolls? Nothing wrong with that. Your girl thinks hot wheels are the shit? Good for her. Referring to your child as it and they? That’s dehumanizing and shitty parenting.
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    • " Child, come, it is time to consume a bland yet nutritious gray paste for our evening repast. Please keep your jubilation to an absolute minimum."
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    • That’s depressing
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    • Kids need color as babies, it's super important to brain development and attention to detail so all of these rich people having minimalist designs for their babies is detrimental to their learning capacity
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    • Here’s a guide to “is it really offfensive or are people just pussies?” Rule 1: if people in the year 2000 wouldn’t be upset if you said it, it’s fine. Congratulations, now you know what’s actually offensive and what isn’t
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    • Waiiiit some people think that gray will mess up a kids eyes??? LMAO y’all a new type of dumb. As someone prone to migraines due to light sensitivity/ high intensity colors, I had to live with pastel or neutral colors. My mild color blindness I was born with. They’re. Unrelated.
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    • Black and white objects actually help with early childhood development because it’s easier for young children to see those colors and make connections within the brain because the brain is already familiar with black and white
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    • Exposure to color helps with development
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    • Do you want a dexter? Cause that’s how you make a Dexter!
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    • I had a child in my toddler classroom who loved going in our ball pit. She would always get two balls and proudly show them off by screaming I HAVE BLUE BALLS. It’s so hard not to laugh at stuff like that 😂
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    • Ngl I like the aesthetic of it. I have to find some paint like that.
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    • I have a ball pit in my bedroom. I am an 18 year old. I am no longer a child. I fucking love the ball pit
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    • That looks like the kind of room an evil organization would raise a future tyrannical despot in
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    • I once heard a story about parents not wanting to “assume” their child’s gender, so they never said stuff like “son” or “boy”, and when the he reached his teens he actually fucked off and left a note telling them how shit of parents they were.
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    • Okay but actually younger babies like black and white because they contrast with each other, they can't see real color until 5-7 months
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    • Kid is gonna have a doofinsmerts flashback
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    • Kid: Mom can we have a ball pit? Mom: We already have a ball pit! Ball pit at home:
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    • It’s actually known that black and white colors help babies eyes develop better than bright colors
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    • What's the fucking point of decorating a babies room like that?? They grow up so fucking fast. You can go through several themes and they won't remember any of it. It's a waste of money
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    • We throw hands if you buy neutral legos
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    • But kids love color, why you have to be so dull?
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    • There’s two types of parents of modern culture (shut up boomers you’re old) the stupid parents that get grey to fight stereotypes, and the normal parents that just let the kid pick what they like without outside help. Fill your room up with pink orange and neon green little dude, more power to you.
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    • i like it
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    • "Honey go play in your gender neutral sphere pit of joy"
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    • You haven’t unlocked this ball pit yet
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    • Why not just pastel balls?
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    • I was raised in a house with all solid white walls, no decorations and only most necessary generic furniture. I must say I struggle with creativity so much I cant even make a house in sims that doesnt look like a prison cell
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    • The Giver
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    • It's a super cute room though! I love it, but I don't know how to feel aboht a ball pit for a baby
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    • Throws in a bright neo ass pink ball
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    • "We'Re RaIsInG tHeM tO bE gEnDeR nEuTrAl."
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    • Am I the only one who thinks the room looks good?
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    • Haven't unlocked this part of the nursery yet
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    • How you make a ball pit depressing
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    • This kids name is gareth or some shit like that
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    • That kid could destroy your house with nothing but a box of crayons
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    • That kid is probably unvaccinated and probably only had a year or 2 left, why would anyone do that to thier poor middle aged children
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    • Kid thinks he is color blind till first grade rofl!
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    • Wasnt there a thing there kids can only see red white and black? I feel like ive heard that somewhere before
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    • That’s not good for the kids brain development. You’re supposed to expose kids to a lot of color so their brain develops a broad color palette. Also impacts mood, color is actually pretty powerful.
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    • This what gender less kids get??
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    • Hasn’t it been proven that a lack of color to ones eyes can damage them?
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    • Autism insues
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    • You haven’t unlocked the ball pit yet
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    • You lost color privlages
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    • I dunno about all that but I kinda like the soft colors.
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    • You guys remember when McDonald’s had ball pits? Yeah good times.
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    • Naw man you just haven't unlocked it
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    • It's a simulation
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    • If i had a kid i aint giving that to em. Its mine now suckah.
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    • This kids gonna grow up thinking they’re color blind
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    • This looks like dr. Evil's childhood
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    • This is how the precogs are raised before they spend eternity just chillin in a pool
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    • You just haven't unlocked the ball pit yet
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    • That room looks nice and all but that kid will probably have mega depression when they get older
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    • Instead of saying "black and white" we should start saying "white and black" to ensure white supremacy
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    • This kids gonna see a rainbow and stroke out
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    • You could at least make them kinda blue like the wall
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    • Fact: psychology proves that kids learn better with bright colors and contrast
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    • That kid is obviously the most powerful person ever to exist and the government kidnapped him when he was a baby and raised him in a neutral place with no violence or reason to be angry
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    • I'm ok with people wanting a neutral room, however kids toys should be colorful. It's their toys and it should be fun and playful.
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    • I bet you the parents call it a theybie
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    • The people desperately trying to get top comment by saying “top comment is gay” as if they don’t want likes
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    • I kinda like it though
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    • goth baby goth baby goth baby
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    • @The anti-vaccine kids
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    • Features were early?
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    • This is that one room from king of the hill
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    • This makes me sad, that's so depressing
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    • I actually love it
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    • I would fuck with the kid and tell him he's color-blind
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    • Honestly the room looks kinda lit even if it isn't colored
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    • Look up White Room torture. Too much exposure to a room like this can lead to hallucinations and brain issues. Fuck them kids tho
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    • Honestly i kinda like it
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    • That looks like child abuse.
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    • He looks like he steals mutant powers
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    • I feel like I'm looking at an indie horror game
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    • Ngl I’d love that, I hate overly bright colors
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    • We can’t assume their gender <—- fucking psychopaths indeed my friend
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    • A grey ball pit for kids in kinda impractical in the long run. That being said, where can I get one.
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    • Bruh, at the least the balls, could have been the different shades of blue on the wall, smh. That would have been way better than the depressing grayscale they have in that pit.
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    • They lost there soulmate
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    • This kid is gonna grow up confused as hell about gender and I feel sorry for him. Shame on the parents
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    • You are not locking them in a room with neutral colors forever. They will develop normally because they are exposed to plenty of color in other places
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    • You just haven't unlocked this feature yet
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    • The bright colors can be overwhelming. Same thing with too many toys. I work with 2 year olds and I've seen what happens if they get all the toys out vs half the toys. With half the toys, they have a choice and they are calm. With all the toys, they just want to throw and swim in them
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    • Reminds me of the giver... wait..!
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    • If you’re going to put a ball pit in your child’s room they should be colored not this shit. Children need that stimulation of colors to learn. By playing with colorful balls they will explore and learn about the colors and how they are different. Can confirm I am a toddler teacher.
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    • I'd like a black, white and grey room and the ballpit would be the only thing on color
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    • Dull colors improve creativity
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    • Why do you do this to your poor child
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    • Children love colors don’t submit them to this asylum type setting
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    • Aesthetic is relating to beauty, not just something that makes you feel things
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