That old saying kids don't come with instructions isn't true anymore. Now there's more information about kids than ever. Jun Iwakawa gathered some of that knowledge, plus his own experience as a first-time father, and put together this cool animated quick guide to caring for a newborn baby.
Hey, this little dude is 10-month-old Rasmus Futtrup (which is one of the coolest names ever, as cool as Guybrush Threepwood.) He likes swings, obviously. And drool. Smiles and drool for everyone!
You can totally imagine what this adorable kid going through an automatic car wash for the first time is thinking. He takes a swig out of his juice to take the edge off but is quickly shocked at what he's seeing. He looks all around at the car wash gadgets (which he probably thinks are monsters), does a double take, a…
Aww. This is adorable. Lilly and Leon Mackie play dress up with their little kid Orson and turn him into baby versions of Luke Skywalker, baby Batman, baby Macaulay Culkin, baby Castaway and so forth so that they could recreate scenes from famous movies. You'll see mom, dad and child pose for photos of baby versions…
Anyone with a ticking heart and an Instagram account takes too many pictures of their newborn. It's okay to be proud! It's okay to coo and adore and love and snap photos of your baby! But at a certain point, probably past the 700 mark, those pictures become variations of the same damn thing. Helpless baby lying on…
Sixty five years ago, in a cluttered lab in Manchester, UK, three scientists changed the world of computing forever. Working with a machine they'd built and nicknamed Baby, they ran the first ever program to be stored electronically in a computer's memory.
Imagine a world where light sabers are real. Totally awesome, yeah? All fun and games, right? But not really when a baby gets his hands on a light saber. When they start waving things around, you're at their mercy. Fingers, homes, human bodies and anything else are just in the way.
Medical imaging's come a long way in the past few decades—but it's now so good that doctors can use it to tell the difference between a baby opening its mouth and it yawning.
This is Leyna Gonzalez. When her mother was just 17 weeks pregnant, this ultrasound scan revealed that she had a tumour the size of a peach growing from her mouth. The only way to save her was to remove it while she was still in the womb—a procedure that had never been performed before.
Like all technology, medical implants can be made smaller as the engineering behind them gets more advanced. Which is why a 16-month-old Italian baby was able to become the recipient of the world's smallest artificial heart—and have its life saved in the process.
Sick of your kid making decisions based on emotion? Why not rear a child that can formulate the correct response to most any toddler situation thanks to My First Flowchart.
A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests men's testosterone levels fluctuate when they have children.
Here's yet another reason to pamper those pregnant ladies in your life. A new study from UC Irvine suggests stress during pregnancy may prematurely age the baby's cells.
You're a police officer. You've just gotten a call that a baby's trapped in a hot locked car. The only reasonable thing to do is the break in to save the baby's life, right? Except when it's a doll. Embarrassing!
I am quite fat. After the birth of my daughter, I packed on 20 pounds because I have no time for anything but work, childcare, and delicious chocolate cake dipped in beer. I need a jogging stroller.
Babies cry. You need to know about it when they do. This new app from Evoz turns your iPhone into a monitor, lets you listen in on your tyke from anywhere, and keep tabs on sleep patterns.
Seoul pastor Lee Jong-rak has an unusual operation going on in his house. Caring for disabled kids isn't anything out abnormal for a religious charity—but having a literal baby dropbox attached to the side of your home, is.
Japan has built a pregnancy suit that lets people understand what being pregnant actually feels like. The fetus is recreated with a 4-liter bag of water, kicking is imitated by balloon contractions and wiggling is done with some crazy caterpillar motion.