• Just when you thought you'd seen every iPod accessory in the known universe, scientists discover a new one. This is the iPod baby stroller. I mean, I guess it could be nice to listen to music when walking your baby, but doesn't that kind of nix the whole baby bonding thing? Kolcraft has no care for this kind of emotional baggage, because its iBaby stroller (enough with the "i" prefix already people!) comes with a built-in iPod (no mention of which one), iPod mini adapter, holder and speakers. So get that Metallica on your playlist and crank it up for junior next time you're heading to the playground. I'm sure the other parents will totally appreciate it. Kolcraft iBaby Stroller

  • If you’ve been dying to commune with your unborn baby more meticulously, take a note from the Koreans and pick up Daeyang’s new Baby IQ, which will soon be available in the US. Cutely resembling a baby bottle, the point of this product is to amplify the sounds of your baby’s kicks, hiccups and heartbeat so you can "bond with your offspring." You can even record all this for your baby to listen to once it’s born (supposedly, the prenatal heartbeat soothes newborns). And if you want to go the other way, you can also amplify your voice to talk or sing to your child as well as play music to them. I’d suggest staying away from Marilyn Manson and