Baby Fever is the title of a new podcast that’s been making the rounds recently, and I’m really enjoying it.
It’s a show about how people are coping with the baby flu pandemic, but it’s also about why people don’t talk about it.
I don’t like that Baby Fever’s focus on babies is so focused on how babies are dying, and it’s not about the people.
It feels like a missed opportunity to address this real crisis.
That’s why I’m going to stop talking about it right now.
I’m sick and tired of the way we’re using baby fever to distract from the real issues.
And that’s why Baby Fever has its own hashtag, #BabyFever.
This is the kind of thing I’m looking for to make my point.
And I’m sure there are a lot of people out there who want to talk about baby fever and baby fever.
You can do that too, of course.
And we’ve seen the response.
A lot of baby fever fans have responded with positive feedback.
Some people have asked if Baby Fever could become a book, and yes, it could.
I’d love to get the chance to do that, but that would require a lot more work than I’ve been able to get done so far.
I know that Baby fever is going to continue to grow.
I have a lot on my plate, so I’m pretty sure it’ll grow.
And Baby Fever will grow even bigger and better as I talk more about it, too.
You know, it’s a long journey.
There’s always room for improvement.
I hope Baby Fever makes you laugh and you cry and you want to hear more.