Here's a link to the segment from this morning's "Fox & Friends" on the Fox News Channel:
Video: Infants in the Workplace
The segment was a lot shorter than I'd been told it would be, probably because there really wasn't much to whip into a "Fair and Balanced" debate: Both Karel Ares, the executive director of Prevention First, and I agreed that after a certain point -- around 5 months of age, when the baby becomes more active -- bringing your baby to the office just doesn't work well. We also agreed that there are many different types of work environments; at her's, a non-profit that does a lot of work with teens, it would be far easier to work with your baby nearby than it would at mine (an active and busy newsroom).
The discussion is still going on at The 36-Hour Day! Go there (or stay here) and let us know: Do you think bringing baby to work is really as family friendly as companies think it can be? Would you rather bring your 3-month-old to the office or would you prefer to work, with your baby, from your home?