With self-driving cars dominating the tech conversation in recent months, it’s no surprise that someone would eventually attempt to bring automation to parents sick of pushing their young child in a stroller.
Smartbe, which is marketed as “the first intelligent stroller in the world,” uses a motion-tracking sensor to follow you wherever you go, allowing for hands-free strolling or an assisted push.
Like all great ideas nowadays, the Smartbe is currently in its crowdfunding phase on IndieGogo. However, if all goes correctly, the stroller will easily be the most-decked out baby carrier ever created. Read more…
As a child snow days are exciting — the possibility of TV, pajamas all day, cookies, no school
But as a parent, the prospect can be a little more grim — messes, yelling, everyone eating your cookies and a 10-hour loop of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. It makes you have newfound respect for Ma Ingalls, who had four kids in a dugout with no iPads and no pizza delivery.
Here is a list of things to do with your kids (mostly) indoors, to weather any storm.
Grateful child overjoyed for delicious gift of steak sauce
This kid is A1.
Apparently, this child’s family has a serious sharing problem when it comes to the A1 Steak Sauce because as he pulls out a fresh bottle from his stocking, he declares that they better keep their greasy palms off of it the next time steak is served.
“I’m not gonna share this,” the young boy declares. “It’s very special for me.”