Babies are so adorable! And so very much trouble. They're always hungry, often crying and never sleeping. But here's a little secret: fatherhood can be a great excuse to gear up. Oh man. I'm totally lactating.
Getting a spare part has got to be the biggest pain in the ass known to the Ikea-loving world. But one man, who goes by dscott4 on Instructables, has stepped up.
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.
It's a drag, isn't it? Pushing your smiley-faced cherub about all day, with no chance of reprieve? (Except in Starbucks, to irritate crazed bloggers). Thankfully OrbitBaby's stroller can fit up to two scooters onto the back, for joyride fun.
You just know that the kid who gets pushed around in this stroller will grow up to become a boy-racer. At $2,000, it's almost karma for the parents who decided buying a Roddler was a good idea.
Babies can be a liability in a post-apocalyptic world, but Shi Jinsong's designs are here to help. His weaponized cradle, stroller, and baby walker ensure that your infant can pull their weight, even if they aren't old enough to walk.
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So you have been invited to the baby shower for the Antichrist—but what gift do you bring? Fortunately, the parents registered at Chambers Fine Art where you can find the work of one Shi Jinsong.
Intended for nurseries, hospitals and Angelina Jolie, the BabyScatt Evacuation Device is a cart that can safely hold six infants or four toddlers in case of an emergency.
Who knew that having a baby meant so much work and sacrifice? Fortunately, there is a way to get around this problem without doing any work at all—it's called the Lolaloo.
The stroller has undergone a radical redesign with this concept by designers Dan Levin and Evan Garrett, which places the baby passenger at almost normal eye-height. The design has sprung legs for ride comfort, and the seat unplugs so you can mount it easily on your bike too. Seems like a great idea, and frees the kid…
The manhunt has begun. The mission? Find the guy who built this stroller that just might be the coolest way to get around—for someone who can barely walk, that is. Spotted at Star Wars Celebration IV in Los Angeles, the littlest Imperial-to-be was carted around in his own ATAT. Thingamababy, with the help of…
Here's a versatile conveyance called the trioBike that can function as either a bicycle alone, a stroller, or a combination of the two. You can drop your kids off at day care, leave the stroller there and ride your bicycle away.