1. The Zaky Infant Pillow
This seems like a terrible product doesn’t it? Like ‘I’m just nipping down to the casino’ terrible. Too busy to be with your baby? Let this squishy pillow raise your child. Although, I must admit that once I had been patting Annie for a verrrry long time and she would stir as soon as I lifted my hand, so I swapped it for a teddy and she was goneburger. I’m not proud of that.
2. The Baby Moon Walker
3. The Babykeeper Basic
Ba-ha, that baby is just hanging there! How crazy. Who has enough room in their bag to carry this ridiculous contraption? Although in saying that, I did have a ‘what do I do?’ moment the first time I carried little baby Henry into a public loo and realised I didn’t know where to put him! Major tip with this one: don’t forget where you hung the baby.
4. Potty Mitts
Replacing… washing your hands! The Ministry of Health will be stoked.
5. Blowout Blocker
I can just see little Billy’s 21st speech when his parents get up and tell the crowd how he did such explosive baby poos they had to buy a special nappy extender ha ha. Not judging on this one though as I’ve been lucky to have only dealt with one or two poo-namis in my time, thanks kids.
6. Baby Lasso
I must admit that changing Henry’s nappy is often such a mission, a product like this kinda makes sense. However, all I can see is him getting all worked up, twisting himself around and strangling me.
7. Pee Pee Teepees (go over a little boy’s privates like a hat)People are quite positive about these online. Some have even called them a ‘must have’ for parents of baby boys. Really? How often did your little boy wee on you? I think Henry might have once, and there was this hilarious time when he sprayed the wall but you know what, we had a laugh and wiped it away. Crisis averted!
Replaces… the floor and the good old microwave timer. I also think my kid would find this fun. Flashy lights are totally his thing.
I was going to let this one slide, but then I noticed that the dad is wearing knee pads! Better put a helmet on your kid too, playing is so dangerous these days.
Toilet training is a breeze. You don’t even have to be there! Bonus. You can sit on your iPad and let the baby’s iPad do all the work. I need to buy two iPads.