"Goodnight Moon" Has Been Hilariously Updated For The Modern Parent

    "In the green-certified room there was a smart phone..."

    Since its release in 1947, perennial children's classic "Goodnight Moon" has sold more than 20 million copies and been translated into 12 languages.

    As impressive as that is, though, a lot has changed in the last 67 years.

    Um, a LOT.

    Enter "Goodnight Nanny-Cam" by Jen Nessel and Lizzy Ratner, a parody that skewers today's alpha parents.

    "In the great green-certified room there was a smart phone, and a silver spoon, and a picture of -"

    "A high-contrast, brain-stimulating black-and-white moon"

    "And there was a musical concert by Baby Mozart"

    "And high window guards and French flash cards"

    "And a sterilizer and a bottle brush and a bowl full of organic mush"

    "And a bilingual nanny who was whispering hush"

    "Goodnight Nanny-Cam: A Parody For Modern Parents" is available now.