I’m Frank, I’m Alyssa, and I’m Cheryl. Today we are talking about parenting advice from the 1930s. You will learn about some of the advice given to the parents back then. When I think of parenting back then, I think of the Great Depression, fireside chats and a stay-at-home wife cooking in the kitchen. One piece of 1930’s advice was that no one should lean our talk over a baby or breathe in his face, because breath carries a fine spray which may be loaded with germs. Actually, I kind of agree with that. Too close talking might be bad for everyone any age. I don’t need your fine spray on my good food.