Lil Baby, the baby monitor that was removed from the market by its makers, has been making a resurgence.
It’s made a resurgence in the UK, where Lil Baby has a loyal following among parents who want to know if their baby is being punished.
But this is not just a trend for the UK.
It has been seen in Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, the US and Europe, where the devices have made a comeback.
In the US, Lil Baby and its sibling Baby Pitbull were the subject of a major investigation, where it was found that the devices were marketed as baby toys that could cause harm to infants.
“It’s a very scary thing for babies,” said one parent in New Jersey.
“If you’re a parent who’s used Lil Baby as a baby monitor, you probably wouldn’t think twice about taking it out of the box and throwing it in the garbage.”
The devices were removed from stores in March but the makers of the devices say the devices are being reintroduced.
The Lil Baby maker, Smart Baby, has released a video that features the company’s CEO explaining why he believes the devices should be legal.
In it, he says: “The technology is there, the technology exists and we just need to go and get the proper legislation.”
In fact, it appears the companies behind the devices hope the devices will be legal in the US.
The US Federal Trade Commission is reviewing whether the Lil Baby devices are regulated as toys under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA.
The FTC is currently reviewing a lawsuit filed against the makers by parents who say they were harmed by the devices and have received medical treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
While there’s no data yet on the extent of the injuries caused by the Lil Babies, a study conducted by the Childrens Health Institute of New York State found that infants were more likely to be harmed when they were strapped down and left alone with the devices than when they had been supervised.
This could be due to the way the devices worked or simply because they were so simple that children were easily distracted, according to the study.
“When they’re used in conjunction with a pacifier, they don’t do anything,” said Dr. Christopher Satterfield, an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at New York University.
“They don’t stop crying.
They don’t even slow down the crying,” said Satterfords studies.
Satterfields study found that toddlers and preschoolers who were strapped to the Lil Bums and had their pacifiers pulled away tended to be more likely than toddlers who weren’t strapped to a pacifiers to have difficulty with the pacifier pulling away.
“The pacifier is not an effective means of calming a child’s attention,” Satterfeins study concluded.
“These devices are designed for adults who have not yet reached adulthood, and are intended to be used in a controlled environment with a person present who can monitor the child.”
The Lil Babys are also being used by parents with autistic children.
The company says it will not be putting the devices on their autistic children, but has made a statement saying it will.
“Our goal with our devices is to allow parents to monitor their children, regardless of the level of maturity of the child,” the company said.
The products were originally sold in the United Kingdom, where they were advertised as “an alternative to pacifiers.”
But it appears that there is no longer a need for them in the U.K., which recently legalized the use of the Lil Bubbles.
In fact the Lil Babe is no more popular in the country, according the BBC.
In a report published by the BBC, it was reported that the Lil Balls were the top-selling product in the market for six months in the first quarter of 2019, while the Lil Pitbull was the most popular device in the British market for the same period.
“There is no indication that the products are harming children, as the products may be used safely with parents present,” Smart Baby said in a statement.
“Parents should not use these devices on children younger than six months of age.
This product is a safe alternative to a child pacifier and should be used with appropriate supervision.”
The FTC investigation was announced on Friday and the company will not comment further.