Yet the babies are also concerned about their standing in society. Even if they aren’t exactly standing.
You can sit there and chew on your dress all you like, but the real mark of a Socially Popular Baby is whether it is wearing fashionable “Duxkin” Baby Pants. I do not know what “Duxkin” is nor why it requires quotation marks. Must be an in-joke with 1940s babies. All I can think of is “duck skin,” but surely one does not instantly equate duck skin with either comfort or poise.
Having said all that, unless Empire Shield nylon is the most incredible sound/aroma barrier ever invented (sort of the fabric version of triple-paned windows plus Tupperware) – I don’t think these pants are really going to deliver on their social promise, do you? No matter how much testing went on in the Empire Shield laboratory (and what fun it must have been to work there, on the frontiers of Nylon Pant Science).