Tell Us: What Science-Fiction Invention Would Really Help You?
October 27, 2009
From the October issue of Parenting
"Software that programmed your toddler for potty training and eight hours of nighttime sleep." --Carlos Sermeno, Redondo Beach, CA
"A sound-proof barrier around the front seat of the car. It would block out arguing, yelling, and high-pitched screaming -- plus protect the driver from flying toys!" --Jessica Smiddy, Dallas
"The food replicator, which could instantly make any meal your family 'felt' like eating that night." --Kimberly Watson, Midlothian, VA
"A remote control to make everyone freeze, so I could eat without having to pick up my son's sippy cup and spoon a dozen times." -- Desiree Brougher, Hummelstown, PA
"A time machine. Then I could go back and replace the dead frog before my son discovered it, avoiding a two-hour crying fit." --Jaqlyn Bowers, Arlington, TX
"Doctor Octopus arms. Imagine how much we could get done!" --Mary Owens, Pasadena, MD
What invention would make your life easier?