Things must be pretty good if companies can devote time and resources to developing items such as the iTod, an MP3 player from Fisher-Price designed exclusively for tiny babies—infants, if you will. The iTod includes a pair of volume-restricted headphones so as not to harm your pride and joy's hearing.
There's also an iTunes-style music store that carries age-appropriate songs. Don't fret if Jr. doesn't know how to read quite yet, since the iTod can visually symbolize songs, such as displaying a star for "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." Your child's introduction to the world of digital music and dodging the RIAA will set you back $78.