The husband set up Namemydaughter.com, and invited People of the Internet to submit and vote on ideas for baby names. With names like “Cthulu All-Spark,” “Ixtley” and “Slagathor” topping the list, we were seriously worried for a while about this poor, un-named baby’s future. Read More
In Loco Parentis
In what’s sure to be the first in a couple’s long line of fabulous parenting decisions, two soon-to-be parents have asked the Internet for help naming their daughter.
With the approval of his (probably long suffering) wife, the husband set up namemydaughter.com, where users can vote for their favorite first and middle names for the unborn baby girl.
Babies are so needy, right? Thank god for iPads, which can keep them occupied on long road trips, restaurant outings and other instances when you’re too cheap to get a baby-sitter.
Now, you can distract your baby at home, too, thanks to Fisher-Price’s Apptivity Seat, a comfy chair for newborns and toddlers with a built-in iPad mount to make sure your kid’s face is never more than a few inches away from the hypnotic glow of Junior MasterChef. Read More
There’s nothing like the soothing glow of a digital screen to shut your kid up for a few minutes. Parents have known this since the dawn of television.
But now, there’s a new sheriff in town when it comes to getting your kid to sit still for longer than three seconds, and it’s called the tablet. Tablet ownership among families has risen at an insane rate–40 percent of families own the devices now, while two years ago, only 8 percent did, according to the New York Times. So if you wondered who was buying all those Kindle Fires, there you go. Read More