28 Ridiculous Things People Actually Buy For Their Kids

I recently had my first child, and it has opened my eyes to the magical world of baby products. You definitely need a lot of new things when having a baby, but some products out there are kind of crazy, and you should probably not waste your money.

The iPotty

Source: ecx.images-amazon.comI could actually see this succeeding as an adult product, but it’s probably not necessary for a toddler.

Ride on vacuum

The Crib Dribbler

Source: amazon.com

Feed your baby like that pet rat you always wanted. OK this isn’t a real product, but you can buy this prank box to give one of the other ridiculous items to an expecting mother.

Onesie with built-in mop

When you want to make your child earn their food by doing chores.

“It’s a Boy!” Card

Source: ivilliage.com

Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case

Do babies really need iPhones this badly?

NoseFrida the Snotsucker

Source: wordpress.com

The snot sucking tube really grosses me out, especially the strange noise it makes. A tissue works just fine for me.

The Peekaru

Source: gizmodo.com

This baby snuggie will make you look like you have an alien inside you.

Zacky Hand Pillow

This creepy hand pillow is for when you don’t want to touch your baby anymore, but don’t want him or her to notice you’ve left.

Grillz Pacifier

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Redneck Pacifier

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The Crying “Analyzer”

This seems like the best scam ever. I only wish I thought of it first.

Baby’s Poop Alarm

This device can alert you of a dirty diaper the moment it happens by sensing humidity, odor, and temperature changes. Just changing the baby regularly throughout the day isn’t that hard.

Crumb Cap

Source: crumbcap.com

If you are worried about a messy baby, you shouldn’t have had a baby.

The Baby Lasso

Source: babylasso.com

The Daddle

Source: daddle.com

By the time you get this on, you child will have probably moved on to something else.

The Kickbee

Source: kickbee.net

This motion-sensing belt sends a tweet on behalf of your baby every time a kick is detected. I don’t think even my closest friends or family would want that many updates, much less, the entire world.

The Windi gas relievers (aka baby butt plugs)

Source: toysrus.com

From the same company that brought you the Snotsucker comes these gas relieving butt plug things??

Baby Toupee

Source: babytoupee.com

Placenta Brooch (for easy storage of your placenta)

Source: etsy.com

The Thudguard

Source: toysrus.com

Kids bump their heads and get over it. It’s how they learn to be more careful. Don’t protect them from learning.

Snazzy Baby Knee Pads

Source: babeaze.com.au

With this and the Thudguard, you might as well just put your baby in a bubble.

Baby high heels

Babies don’t even walk yet so regular shoes aren’t even really needed, but high heels are just insane.

Pee-Pee Teepees

Source: ecx.images-amazon.com

You are supposed to use these to cover up your boy’s junk during diaper changes to stop any accidents. I may have a girl but can still tell you babies move way too much for these things to stay on.

Baby Butt Fan

Source: onsugar.com

Drying your baby’s butt before putting a diaper back on can help reduce diaper rashes. I just use the diaper I’m about to put on as a fan.

Tummy Tub

Source: mom4life.com

This tub (i.e., expensive bucket) is womb-shaped and that is supposed to ease the baby’s transition into the world. Just buy a regular bucket if that’s what you want.

The bottle holder

Source: baolaichau.vn

Inspired by the beer holders we see at every NFL game, this product is great when you are just sick of caring for your child.

Baby Bangs

Source: blogspot.com

Just wait and their hair will grow soon enough. That’s how it works.

We’ve survived this long without giving our babies touchscreens, we can (and should) probably go longer.

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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