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    Mar 6, 2014

    21 Products For The Weirdest Parents You Know

    It's hard to believe these bizarre products actually exist, but they do.

    1. The Kickbee

    kickbee.net

    Want to tell the world every single time your baby kicks in utero? Then the Kickbee is for you. When it detects a kick, it automatically tweets "I kicked mommy!" I don't see how that could possibly get annoying.

    2. "It's A Boy" Birth Announcement

    reddit.com

    Tell the world you've had a son in the most crass way possible.

    3. Riding Potty Chair

    pottytrainingconcepts.com

    Making bathroom time like a playground ride seems like a really bad idea. "Don't rock back and forth so hard, sweetie!" Slosh, slosh. Ugh.

    4. Birthing dolls

    etsy.com

    Perfect for teaching your children where babies come from. You know, if you live in a horror film.

    5. The Windi

    fridababy.com

    While The Windi is great for relieving colic, constipation, and other gas-related problems, it's impossible to use without feeling more than a little awkward.

    6. The Penguin Urinal

    tradekorea.com

    I don't know what's weirder - the fact that it's a urinal for little boys, or that little boys are supposed to pee into their "penguin friend."

    Wait. There's something weirder than either of those things. According to the packaging, you can place it anywhere in your home!

    tradekorea.com

    If your kid is peeing into a penguin shaped urinal in your living room, maybe it's time you asked yourself some hard questions.

    7. Sperm Earrings

    What better way is there to say you're a parent than by wearing sperm shaped earrings?

    8. Fisher-Price iPad Apptivity Seat

    Fisher-Price / Via amazon.com

    Now newborns can be as dependent on technology as the rest of us.

    9. Kaloo Blue Perfume

    Kaloo / Via amazon.com

    This perfume is for babies from ages 1 month to 3 years old. Finally, at long last, there's a way to cover up that awful new baby smell.

    10. Walk Up Toddler Changing Center

    bizchair.com

    If kids are able to climb atop a changing table, they're probably ready to use a toilet.

    11. Changing wrap

    babybubadoo.com

    Nobody wants their kid to be grabby when they're changing their diaper, but putting them in a Hannibal Lecter style straight jacket is a bit much.

    12. Potty Mitts

    Tudys, Inc. / Via amazon.com

    Granted, public bathrooms are gross, but teaching your kid to wear mitts when going to the bathroom is almost guaranteeing they'll grow up to be a germaphobe.

    13. Placenta brooch

    etsy.com

    Sperm shaped earrings too subtle for your taste? Try rocking this placenta brooch.

    14. Placenta Teddy Bear

    Alex Green / Via inhabitots.com

    Designer Alex Green's "Twin Teddy Kit" lets parents turn their baby's placenta into a disgusting, I mean, adorable keepsake.

    15. Nurse Me Tender

    Now formula feeding parents - including dads - can simulate the experience of breast feeding, which is totally normal and not weird in any way.

    16. The Breast Milk Baby Doll

    thebreastmilkbaby.com

    Guess what? Little girls can also simulate breast feeding!

    It takes just three simple steps.

    thebreastmilkbaby.com

    Somewhere there's a little girl saying, "Look at me! I'm breastfeeding just like my dad!"

    17. Inappropriate Onesies

    Why put your baby in a traditional onesie when you can dress them in one that'll weird everyone out?

    18. Breast Milk Pendant

    mommymilkcreations.com

    It's described as "a keepsake to remind you of the breastfeeding bond between you and your child," which sounds charming until you realize it means wearing your breast milk around your neck for the rest of your life.

    19. Fetus Cookie Cutter

    stupid.com

    If you can eat these cookies without feeling bad, then maybe having kids isn't for you.

    20. Gummy Fetus

    Finally! There's at last something for parents who don't like cookies, but want to eat creepy fetus shaped sweets!

    21. Birthing Cake

    cakewrecks.com

    Cake? None for me, thanks.

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