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The Musical Cake Tray: Saving The World From Horrible Birthday Singing

We’ve all been there.  You are at someone’s birthday party and they bring out the cake and everyone just mumbles their way through the “Happy Birthday” song hoping that no one will notice their terrible singing skills.  Well, with the Musical Cake Tray by Deni no one has to sing if they don’t want to.  This multi-tasking cake plate plays “Happy Birthday” and even helps you to cut perfectly even cake slices. 

Hanging Hooks From 3M Are A Little Too Happy To Help Out

Got hangups? 3M has got something for that - cute animal hanging hooks that are either eager to carry your coat, or just very happy to see you.

The Li'l Squirt Baby Pool Eases Your Baby Into Water Play

Now that summer is here you probably want to find a way to keep your little one cool and entertained on those long, hot days.  The Li’l Squirt Baby Pool by One Step Ahead is designed to delight babies and peak their curiosity about water play.  

Mosquito Repellent Charm With Peppermint Oil Says 'Bug Off!' Naturally

Chemical bug sprays worry many parents who still want to protect their kids from biting insects. Enter Pista-kun, the peppermint oil infused charm that repels mosquitos the natural way.

Because The World Could Always Use More Foods On Sticks, How About Waffles?

If you have been looking for another way to eat waffles (and who hasn’t?) then you should take a look at this waffle maker.  The Lolly by Triangular Concept produces four waffle pops at a time.  Just imagine the possibilities!

The Miracle Blanket Makes Baby Swaddling A Cinch

New parents know the frustration of trying to learn to swaddle a baby.  The Miracle Blanket was made to end the mystery and allow every new parent to be an expert swaddler. 

STRAWZ Brings Creative Play To The Table

Remember how much fun it was to build stuff when you were a kid?   Remember how entertaining it was to play with straws in your milk?  STRAWZ is a whole new way to be creative with your beverages. 

Spongeables Replace Bacteria-Laden Shower Sponges

Is there anything more disgusting than a drippy, bacteria infested shower sponge or bath puff?   I mean, after a while there is just no telling what is in there.  Spongeables have been created to take care of this little problem.

Conserve Leaking Breast Milk With The Milk Saver

As any breastfeeding mother knows, a lot of precious milk is lost during feeding time.  As the baby is nursing on one side the other is leaking milk too.  In those first few weeks and months especially, there is a lot of milk that is absorbed into breast pads or clothing.  Fortunately, the Milk Saver by Milkies is a gadget designed to collect this otherwise lost milk. 

Movit Performance Gummies Offer An Alternative To Sugary Energy Drinks

Energy drinks have become enormously popular in recent years and not just for athletes.  The problem is that while the drinks do give a boost they often also set you up for a big crash at some point and pack in a lot of extra calories and not a lot else.  The makers of Movit Performance Gummies are hoping to offer a new option for those looking for a healthier boost.

Rainbow In My Room Brings Magic To Any Kids' Space

Kids love color.  As adults we don’t consciously focus so much on color, but we still take note of and appreciate the beauty of a rainbow when it appears.  Well now you can give your child a rainbow of his/her very own.  The Uncle Milton Rainbow in My Room is a projector that creates a colorful arch across any wall or ceiling.

BeautifulPeople's Social Network Wants To Build A New Master Race

Back in the last century, leading up to and during World War II there was a movement afoot to build a Master Race. It was led by a maniacal leader that convinced an entire Aryan society that they were genetically superior to other races. Today, almost 80 years later a similar mentality exists where a social network's goal is to create more genetically-conceived "beautiful" people.

The OKO Tricycle Takes Safety To A Whole New Level

It can be a lot of fun watching your little one pedal off on his/her first tricycle; it can also be kind of scary.  Young kids often feel invincible and take on a new experience with all of their exuberance on full throttle.  Unfortunately, this can be an accident waiting to happen.  For parents who feel that their child may need an ultra-safe first bike the OKO by Italtrike may be the answer.

Robot Baby Simulates Real Infant, Stimulates Nightmares

A cute but creepy robotic baby designed by researchers at Tokyo University in Japan is helping behavioral scientists learn how babies respond to sights and sounds.

Researchers Ask 'How Well-Adjusted Are Children Born To Lesbian Parents?'

Though studies have been conducted on social development and adjustment in teens raised by same sex partners, many of those children started out in heterosexual families.  In the first research published on 17 year-old kids born and raised by a self-identified lesbian mother, scientists have had the opportunity to compare the groups on equal terms.

 

 


Mom Inventor Turns Millionaire With Simple Product Idea

Imagine being a stay-at-home mom, coming up with a brilliant idea, creating a quick prototype with a sewing machine, and then generating millions of dollars in revenue from that simple idea? That's what happened to Kim Levine, the creator of the Wuvit

Magnifying Safety Tweezers Zoom In To Pluck Out

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GoodShop & GoodSearch Honors Thy Father With Gifts That Keep On Giving

This Father's Day, what better way to honor the number role model in your life than buying or searching for  a gift that will apply a percentage toward Dad's favorite charity or non-profit.

Trixie Tracker Takes Some Pressure Off New Parents

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Early Urine Test For Autism May Lead To Prevention

... a simple urine test that can find a 'chemical fingerprint' of autism would enable professional intervention to begin months or years before behavioral symptoms appear.