Monday, June 6, 2011

12 Weird (Bizarre) Baby Products...To Leave Off of Your Baby Shower Gift Registry

So, you're in the middle of building your baby shower gift registry come across some of the weirdest baby products you've ever seen! Sure they might be great gag presents, but the real question is: What are these companies thinking? Some of these products are bizarre, to say the least, while others may serve a practical purpose, however I'm not sure I would be comfortable using them myself...

Here are my top 12 picks of bizarre baby products that you can leave off that baby shower gift registry:

Isn't that soft, bald, powder-fresh smelling head the whole point of babies? Apparently, Baby Bangs thinks that we need to add toupees (the new baby extensions) to our infant's heads!

Oh, and if you're going to give your baby girl extensions, you might as well train her to walk in high heels early (by heelarious)!

And, while you're at it, BlueQ thinks you should tat your baby up, too.

Of course, if you have a baby boy, you MUST get some pee-pee teepees by Beba Bean, to cover up the winkie, just in case he sprinkles while you are changing him.

And, speaking of pee-pee, thanks to you can just hang your little one on the wall while you're using the bathroom.

Words escape me...(Na Zha Baby Boutique)

For the hands-off mother?
The Zaky by Zakeez, Inc. is supposed to be soothing and therapeutic for babies, but just looking at this picture gives me the willies!

In case you're inclined to drop your infant - or are severely overprotective of your toddler, the Thudguard has it covered!

And, to protect those precious knees while they are crawling?

Ummmm....child services? Enough said.

Halloween anyone? IMO, this looks extremely uncomfortable...I think this pacifier defeats the whole purpose of "soothing", Billy Bob.

And, thanks to nosefrieda, you can literally suck the snot out of your baby's nose. Supposedly, the boogers won't get in your mouth, but it's still eeeeeeeeeeewwwwww!

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