You know you are a Mad Max fan when you start building apocalyptic cars for your toddlers. That’s what Ian Pfaff, of Glendale, California did. And they are super cool mini cars that are hopefully battle-ready.
You know you are doing parenting right when your kid knows how to sing the Imperial March. The Force is strong in this child.
Jonathan Liu is a father and GeekDad senior editor. He recently captured baby monitor footage of his two and a half year old daughter singing the ominous Imperial theme song from Star Wars while chilling in her crib.
I’m no longer surprised to see toddlers playing with iPads and iPhones, but I have to say that I’d rather have them playing with something that’s actually made for them, kind of like the Vinci Tab II tablet.
We all know babies are precious. We also know that they’re more sensitive to dirt and noise, and get sick or infected more easily than grownup people do. I remember the time when my sister had just delivered her first baby (and my first niece!)
The i-Wood looks like a great way to surf with your toddler. The wooden chalkboard is shaped like a laptop, perfect to let your kid emulate his or her parents, each typing away on their respective laptops.