Because what’s Halloween if not an opportunity for neighbors to question your taste and decency, this is the four-foot-long ‘Halloween Inflatable Outdoor Zombie Baby Blow Up Yard Decoration’ created by GOOSH and available on Amazon (affiliate link).
When you have a newborn, it’s all about safety. You have to go over the house with a fine-tooth comb and make sure that all of the dangers are gone. That means stuff like covering electrical sockets, padding sharp table corners or getting rid of them, removing small choking hazards from their reach and of course, for the love of God people, covering up any Sarlacc pits.
If you’re a new parent and you want a terrifying scene for your home, try something like this Jaws inspired cot. This thing offers up a scene where a shark is eating your baby alive. It looks even more realistic when your baby is crying and just generally looking cranky.
The Born To Fly suitcase really should come with one of the “Baby on Board” signs, because it’s carry-on suitcase with an integrated baby stroller. That way you can carry your child and your suitcase at the same time.
I have two kids and when kids are very young, a stroller isn’t something parents want to do without. Sure, you want to hold the baby a lot of the time, but you also want to put them down so they can sleep – and at times, you want to axe murder anyone who tries to wake them up.
When my son was a baby, he was the messiest eater on the planet. He couldn’t control his arms and legs well enough to walk yet, nor could he reach around the edges of his high chair, yet somehow me managed to get food all over the walls.
Cory and Jeremy Newton-Smith are famous for making geeky Halloween rides for their son Cooper. After the DeLorean time machine and the Ecto-1, Cooper’s next ride is one we should all witness: the War Rig from Mad Max: Fury Road.
If Hector from Saturn 3 mounted the Atlas robot and had a baby, I think Diego-San is exactly what their love child would look like. It’s intensely creepy with its chubby-cheeked smiling face and mechanical body.
Here’s a pair of wonderful stories that were made possible with the help of 3D printing. As part of its new ad campaign in Brazil, diaper brand Huggies helped two blind expectant mothers “see” their unborn children by printing 3D models of the babies based on their ultrasound scans.
Comedian and writer Rye Silverman was at the Gallifrey One convention over the weekend and found something truly terrifying. Dalek Caan lives! And he has merged with a human baby. This adorably terrifying baby/Dalek is looking for the Doctor in his or her Dalek Caan baby stroller.
Holy mother of… whatever that thing is. Video games launch with all kinds of glitches. Game companies eventually issue patches to correct what they can, but I’m not sure if anything but an exorcism can correct this.
We’ve actually seen a baby in a Power Loader costume before, but it doesn’t get old. There’s something very creepy and unsettling about seeing a baby in control of a multi-ton machine capable of crushing an Alien Queen like a bug.
Fans of LOST may not have liked the ending, but for the most part, it was a great groundbreaking series. It was a fascinating show during the first few seasons. Now you can get your kid into this show too, with a LOST themed nursery.
Technology has made it easier for prospective parents to see what their child looks like, even before he or she is born. There’s ultrasound (to get a rough outline), 3D imaging, and even 4D ultrasound so you can clearly see your unborn baby’s face and physical features in real time.