From the practical to the practically weird
If you have difficulty taking your kid's temperature, there's an easier way. Temptraq is a sticker you can stick directly place on your child, and monitor their temperature when they are sick, directly from your smartphone. Get notified instantly when their temperature gets too high without ever needing to disturb your little one.
Baby tubs can take up a lot of space in the bathroom, and if space is something that you don't have much of, a collapsable baby tub is perfect for your home. The sides of this tub fold up to be only 6" high, making it easy to store or pack for travel. The inside of the tub is lined with an inflatable liner that makes it comfortable for your baby to lie in and also makes it leakproof.
Yes, your baby could be shoving one of Sophie's long giraffe legs into their mouth like every other baby, or they could be gnawing on this delicious silicone chicken wing instead. Tough call. Your baby feels like chicken tonight, like chicken tonight.
Woody, Buzz, Mr. Potato Head and T-Rex and an alien are here! This beautifully made Toy Story crib mobile dangles some of the most recoginzed Toy Story characters and objects to the amusement your baby. Every time your baby wakes, the first thing they'll see are these little buddies smiling.
Going to the restroom with a baby can be daunting at the best of times. This novel baby hanger, the BabyKeeper, dangles your kid from the top of a restroom stall and securely keeps your baby off the who-knows-how-clean floors. When you're ready to leave, the BabyKeeper doubles as a baby carrier.
Put this wig on your cherub faced baby and suddenly you have a living, breathing clone of one of the hottest toys of the 80's — a Cabbage Patch Kids doll. Relive your childhood as an adult, but just make sure you feed and change this one, okay?
Get ready for stares and glares from strangers when you crack open a tall cold bottle of milk (or formula) for your baby. This baby cerveza and beer bottle puts a twist to the term milk drunk. Remember to drink responsibly and don't drink and stroller.
Who needs parents when you can strap a milk feeder to a crib? I mean, a baby is just like a giant hamster, right? Just kidding, it's just a gift box used to package a real present.
It's one thing to be born with a silver spoon in your mouth; it's another to be born with a diamond pacifier in your mouth. 250 pave diamonds totalling 3 carats adorn this 18K white gold pacifier. The nipple is silicone so it's actually useable. For $17,000 it better be functional.