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A Long Time Ago, over a Crib Far Away: Star Wars Baby Mobile

by Conner Flynn
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Geeks who have babies are always looking for ways to pass on their geek ways. Like getting your child interested in Star Wars from an early age. One good way to instill a love of Star Wars in your child is to have them sleep every night under an awesome mobile like this one.

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Loaded with six spaceships, eight planets, and a moon (that’s no moon!) this entire mobile is hand made by Etsy artist Sheep Creek Needlecraft, who will customize it for every order. If you want one for your child, just be aware that it will take 4-6 weeks to make and it will cost you the hefty sum of $380(USD).

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It’s totally worth it though, to see all of those fuzzy ships above your child’s crib indoctrinating him or her into a wonderful world of geekery.

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[via HiConsumption via Geeks Are Sexy]

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