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Baby Bidou MP3 Player

Baby Bidou MP3 PlayerBaby Bidou apparently believes in getting kids used to electronics when they have barely left the crib. Displayed at the recent Kind + Jugend 2008 in Cologne, Germany, their MP3 Teddy Bear meets toy safety standards for ages 36 months to 5 years. The player is cordless (batteries not included) and has a built-in loudspeaker. Available in blue, pink, or non-gender specific beige/caramel, you can purchase one online for 69.99€ (~$100.00.) The site also offers music and story downloads recommended for that age group, although it will play any MP3 tunes.

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Ran’s Night Monitors Woman’s Cycle

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Science

Ran's Night MonitorIf you have decided it’s time to enlarge your family, Ran’s Night will keep track of a woman’s cycle to the extent that it displays her previous night’s temperature as well as saving a week’s worth of data. You can connect with monthly info by hooking your PC up with their site Ran’s Story, where you can also find tips, tricks and others that are doing what you are on their community forum. Available in orange or green, pre-order for $125.00.

Read More | Ran's Night (Japanese) via C-Scout


The Space Invaders Mobile for the Infant Gamer

Posted by Lolita Beckwith Categories: Household, Video Games

Space Invaders Mobile

Fast on the heels of Pac-Man and NES controller related items are Space Invaders swag, which is great for us retro-lovin’ types. We recently told you about the tote bag featuring Taito’s primitive aliens, now comes—of all things—a mobile, handmade by an enigmatic Chicagoan named PixelParty. The nine aliens and laser base are made of felt, dowels and cord, and actually resembles the video game when hung over your little one’s crib. A interesting gift for an expectant parent? Or a subliminal way to introduce your infant to gaming? You decide. Available for $70 USD.

 

Read More | Etsy via Technabob


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