Yes! I'm a teen Mom and that's my 1 year old's personal iPhone that i use to babysit him with. I never play with him at all. I just turn the iPhone on and let him go for it. It's the best.!
I don't eat eggs, but I know many of you do....Something I didn't realize: free range or cage free chickens are not treated any better than the chickens in cages. You need to look for pasture raised chickens...they were allowed to be outside to eat grass, etc. Eat whatever you want, but please consider doing your homework and buy food that comes from sources that treat their animals humanely. Thank you!
There is a link on this site that is supposed to help you find "wild" eggs, meat and dairy products. http://www.eatwild.com/products/california.html
"Farm Fresh," "healthy," or "United Egg Producers Certified" - The cheapest option, sometimes 99 cents for a dozen. And there's a reason. These birds are fed the cheapest food and raised like egg producing machines than living beings.
They are raised in battery cages where each hen gets about a sheet of looseleaf paper's size to stand in, while being packed into crates with their beaks burned off so they don't peck each other to death from the confinement and stress. But hey, it's 99 cents a dozen.
"Vegetarian Feed," "All Natural," "Omega-3 enhanced" - A slightly better diet, no mashed up cow or poultry parts, so slightly better for your own health, but as far as cruelty, these birds are still cage raised and the price can now jump to around $2.50 a dozen.
"Cage-free" - No more confined pens! Hallelujah, but still confined indoors their entire lives. but at least they can flap their little wings and walk around,. A huge leap up in cruelty reduction and still around $2.50 - $3.00 per dozen. But their feed may be filled with ground up chicken and animal parts if the label also does not say "vegetarian diet." Remember, if it doesn't say it, it's not there.
"Free-range" - A total misnomer, and you're usually paying $4 for a dozen. The birds must have "access" to the outside by no requirement that they every actually go outside.
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