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iPhone apps for babies

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on April 12th, 2009

iPhone apps for babiesApparently there aren’t enough slobbering babies teething while biting down on an iPhone. That must be why a developer in Colorado created an iPhone app that caters to babies specifically. The iPhone Pacifier 1 application.

The app teaches kids aged 1-3 basic cognitive, vocabulary, and counting skills while keeping their attention with “stunning visual effects” and classical music. Hmmm. Sounds just like adults. The difficulty settings can be adjusted should you have a smarter than average baby.

If Baby Slippers are wrong, I don’t wanna be right

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2009

Image credit:Steph GoralnickApparently somebody made this one of a kind set of baby slippers at Burning Man 2007, but we want to be able to buy these for real. If that seems wrong to you, then all you need do is have a look at the toddler mop. These are clearly a better way to get your floor clean using babies.

They’re creepy sure. But if you have a house full of rugrats and they see you wearing these babies, they’ll get the message real quick that they need to shape up, or else.

MP3 player for babies: the SweetPea3

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on February 20th, 2008

MP3 player for babies
Funny thing is, these MP3 players for infants actually look like teethers. I have one question. If you aren’t supposed to shake a baby due to it’s delicate brain, how is it good to crank up the tunes and give them their own MP3 player?

The SweetPea3 has 256MB of memory and is made for kids ages 0 to 8 years. They are calling it a “robust” music player that comes in pink or blue rubber. It lasts for about 40 hours on one AA battery. It also comes with music and stories from Susie Tallman and Jim Weiss. I don’t know who the hell that pair is, but now’s your chance to find out what their voices sound like mixed with potent baby saliva.