Wednesday, April 16th, 2008
As Seen on Amazon: Five Must-Have Baby Products
White-Hot Safety Baby Bath Cradle by Munchkin â€” Winner of the Worst Product Name of the Year Award. Contrary to what marketers may lead you to believe, this is not a George Foreman Baby Grill that turns "white-hot" and cooks your baby. No, the slip-resistant foam bath cradle has a safety disc that turns white when the water is too hot. Good thing that’s shown in the product photo, huh?
Croaker Baby Rattle by Bearington Baby â€” Behold a plush albino baby crocodile. That’s what I thought when I read the name and spied his sinister smile and evil brow. But no, it’s an item from Bearingon’s Froggy line of baby goods.
Baby on Board Embroidered Baby Bib by Rabbit Skins â€” Yeah, I’m not sure how this bib affixes to the rear window of your car either. Any ideas?
Newborn Made in the USA Coverall Romper by Alexis â€” This historic piece of baby clothing dates back to a period just prior to 1776 when the first four British colonies in North America declared their independence. Or maybe it was made by a Liberian emigrant who loved America four times more than his country of birth. Or, could this one-piece outfit be a byproduct of America’s failed education system?