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« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2014, 05:32:52 AM »

Want to have a unique memento of your child's infancy? There are crafters on Etsy who sell keepsakes made with dried breast milk. According to the women behind this, a couple of purveyors, both moms, hit on the idea as they sought out unusual keepsakes of their special bonds with their babies during nursing.
 
The two would not reveal their recipes for processing the milk, which is covered with a glaze or clear resin after it is plasticized or dehydrated, forming a clay-like substance that hardens over time when at least one method is used.
 
7. Bathroom Baby Harness: a harness designed to hang your baby


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« Reply #7 on: August 08, 2014, 05:33:11 AM »

If you are a parent, this may have happened to you: you're busting to use the bathroom while wearing your baby, and there's not a germ-free spot to put him down while you do your business. Solution: this hanging harness. However, you have to remember to cram it into your already crowded diaper bag. This unique situation will probably occur maybe four times in your life, which comes out to about $10 per pee, since this harness is sold for $39.99.
 
8. Woombie: a cocoon-like sack

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« Reply #8 on: August 08, 2014, 05:33:31 AM »

It might look like something straight out of an insane asylum, but the Woombie is more like a miracle for new parents whose lil ones can't sleep. The cocoon-like sack, with a zipper up its front, will not unravel over the course of the night like a typical swaddle. Made with a cotton and Lycra blend, the peanut-shaped sack is snug enough to give babies the comfort of a traditional swaddle, but stretchy enough to allow babies to stretch their arms and legs and wiggle their way to comfort.
 
9. Hula-Bye: a baby changer strap

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« Reply #9 on: August 08, 2014, 05:33:51 AM »

No, this is not a medieval torture device. Instead, strapping your baby to his changing table may prove to be helpful. This product helps baby stay put so you won't have a hard time cleaning him up. You're already dealing with some yucky substances over there, so why make a bigger mess? It easily attaches to your changing table, and is available for $42.00 at Amazon.
 
10. Labor Pain Simulator: a device intended to show a man what a woman endures during labor


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« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2014, 05:34:10 AM »

Labor is the type of pain that even makes grown men cry. But now, two Dutch television hosts, Dennis Storm and Valerio Zeno of the show “Guinea Pigs,” can vouch for the fact that all the screaming isn't just an act; giving birth really hurts. As part of a stunt for their show, Storm and Zeno were hooked up to a machine that attached electrodes to their abdomens in order to simulate labor pains. Just like the real thing, the cramping of the “contractions” got stronger, longer, and closer together.
 
The men say that they did it so they could better empathize with women. The average labor lasts 12 to 14 hours, but Storm and Zeno only lasted two hours.
 
11. Skin Maternity Dress: origami inspired maternity dress

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« Reply #11 on: August 08, 2014, 05:34:28 AM »

Inspired by Japanese origami and the frustration of growing out of all of her dresses during pregnancy, Marisol Rodriguez designed Skin dresses that will fit no matter how much your body changes over 9 months. While most maternity clothing tries to hide the belly, Skin maternity dresses accent it more as it grows, celebrating how beautiful motherhood really is. The slits in the dress stretch out to reveal a second color that emphasizes your beautiful baby bump as it grows.
 
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