From the practical to the practically weird
Raising a child definitely doesn't come cheap, so when there's free samples to be had, why not take advantage of it?
Sam's Club has prepared a box of assorted brand name baby products. The great thing is that you don't need a membership to get it.
Update: they no longer offer the free sample baby products.
Target is giving away free baby products and coupons to everyone who creates a baby gift registry online. After you create the registry, just visit Guest Services at your local store to pickup $50 worth of free stuff. You also get the chance to purchase items remaining on your registry at a 15% off within 2 months before your due date.
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.
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.
Your baby's been a locavore before it was cool. Outfit your breastfeeding baby in this pro-boob onesie and proudly announce that this is one kid that subscribes to the idea of food that is produced locally, organically and with no artificial colors and flavors added.
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.
You could swaddle your little one in that hospital-issued blanket you smuggled home, or you could wrap them like a burrito with this realistic tortilla swaddling blanket. Patterned allover, this swaddle will make your little one look like they just came from Chipotle. Don't forget the guac. Also don't eat your baby.
Mealtime is the best time for your baby to channel their inner Jackson Pollock and create a masterpiece of creativity. What better place to create it than on this blank canvas that is their bib? What inspired your baby to splash spaghetti sauce down the middle? Why was saliva dribbled into a wet spot which evaporated over time? We may never know. Art historians will be left contemplating this contemporary piece for years to come.
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.