Not even practial! The only good thing are the books recommendations for kids, because they're books you can find online or in-store at Barnes and Noble with member discount...but everything else...! And it's hard to find that only good thing in a sea of ads....and don't let me go over the rayon-poly-bag they sent me: kind of bad joke when they picture and recommend use **Prada bags as poopy-diaper carriers** instead of the diaper bag that the formula brand -the one you're feeding your baby with- gives to you when you leave the hospital......and good Lord! This month **they dressed up a** **8 years old** girl like she's an avid materialist shopaholic at 30-some (**with a Burberry raincoat that cost $360** and $62 rainboots), wich makes me think **they encourage materialism, frivolity and a twisted taste for "vintage** (the girl with the expensive raincoat wores a brooch of a kitten from a vintage thrift store) **-minimalist-abstract" **life style (that equals extremely expensive): what kind of baby or kid prefers an ugly doll that looks made from scratch -but even so, cost $150-, with no face ership, over the cute and traditional plush teddybear you can get at Wal-Mart for under $20??? Or chooses a decoration for his/her room like this one-> http://www.cookiemag.com/homefront/decor/2009/03/animal-print (thank good we're old-fashioned with preference for blue-or-pink-or-green-walls in baby's room).As their own ads highlight: they're luxe things for people that has tons of money and the habit of luxury (like the cover people).