We can appreciate toddlers’ harried parents trying to find solutions to everyday problems, and then trying to market those solutions and make a buck or two. But the new Bottlelink product by Bottlelink L.L.C. seems a tad overwrought. The device is a plastic chain that attaches to a baby’s bottle on one end, and a high chair on the other. The idea is that when the kid pitches the baby bottle (as youngsters do to make mommy or daddy fetch it, along with colorful phrases after the umpteenth time), it won’t hit the floor but will instead stay within reach—and out of reach of dirt and germs. Not the worst idea we’ve seen all year, but what fun is mealtime for the kid without a little give and take?