There are the things parents need, and the things you want to buy for parents, because you don’t have to spend money on more important baby things, like food and diapers.
That is basically our duty as the cool/fun/superior aunt or uncle, right?
These toys and accessories ensure that title, and might even entertain some tired parents too.
1) Star Wars Little Golden Book boxed set
Do little ones a favor and introduce them to this pop culture phenomenon while their brain is still developing and they can remember all the planet names.
2) Thor rattle
Nothing is more special than baby’s first Mjolnir.
3) Lord of the Rings teething set
Because everything in reach is a baby’s precious during the teething phase.
4) Marvel mobile
This can hang over an adult-sized bed too, right?
5) Periodic table baby blocks
If only someone had taught these to you when your brain was still an absorbent sponge.
6) Sriracha sippy cup
Parents need a sense of humor to survive raising a child, and this cup will make them laugh when their 3-year-old is throwing a temper tantrum.
7) Ninja baby bib
Teach babies the ninja way of stealthy silence and keep those feeding them entertained at the same time.
8) Dinosaur hair clips
We don’t blame you for picking up a set for yourself too.
9) Little Ass Kicker onesie
The greatest blessing you could ever wish upon any child is for them to outlive main and supporting characters in the zombie apocalypse.
10) Cthulhu Hopper Ball
Nothing stimulates a child’s imagination quite like a mythical creature from the ’70s that’s part octopus, and part dragon, and part man.
11) Zelda night light
It’s dangerous go alone, especially when you’re just a baby. Give them a night light that they’ll never want to get rid of.
12) Dalek stacking ring
No worries, this toy will not exterminate.
13) T-rex pacifier
Because not waking a baby from a nap is kind of like not letting a T-rex notice you.
14) Game controller plush
It’s funny, because by the time they’re old enough to play video games, controllers probably won’t even exist anymore.
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