I Stole The Site, Not The Items

Babygami and the art of swaddling. What happened to motorcycle maintenance?

I came across SpoonSisters.com via Babyccino and headed straight for the parenting section. Most of the items I found were pretty tongue-in-cheek, but they’re worth a look for sure.

Humpty Who? promises ‘a crash course in 80 nursery rhymes (Georgie Porgie, The Itsy-Bitsy Spider, Contrary Mary… wait, what?) for clueless moms and dads.’ I have to be honest, I didn’t realize there were 80 nursery rhymes, so I already have reason to give this one a shot. The only downside I can think of is that the filler included to get to 80 includes all those morbid post-war rhymes that we recite without knowing their history.

The Baby Owner’s Manual includes step-by-step instructions and diagrams on how to care for your baby.

Baby-Gami claims to teach the art of swaddling. Call it what you like, this one’s all about turning yourself into a hippie… with style. I have to admit that I get nervous when I see parents with kids in these contraptions, especially at the grocer. On more than one occasion I’ve been near certain the kid was going to fall on his head when mom bent to pick up some dropped fruit.

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