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Daredevil Kid Rides A Train While On Top Of The Roof Of The Train

Taking the train is my favourite form of transportation. I don’t have to drive, get stuck in traffic, nor do I have to go through security and be crammed in impossibly tiny spaces. But I only like it when I’m inside the train. This kid, who’s completely nuts and probably has questionable taste in music, definitely has a lot of fun stories to tell, figured out a way to ride on the roof of a train. It’s crazy.


Your Kid Will Secretly Learn About Geology With This Colourful Bedding

Aside from “vegetables” and maybe “bathtime”, there is no word more universally despised by kids than “educational”. But since there’s no age too young to start prepping them to get into a good university, these bedsheets provide a valuable geology lesson every time your kid heads off to bed.


These Measuring Sheets Are Definitive Proof That Kids Grow Up Too Fast

The nine months leading up to a birth might feel like decades to a pregnant mother, but once that baby’s free, the months seem to fly by. Need proof? These colourful infant bed sheets featuring measuring marks so you can keep tabs on your baby’s sudden growth spurts.


You Want To Believe, But This Kid Did Not Break His Phone With A Hammer

Did this cute towheaded kid really destroy his phone because he trusted his case too much? The viral video is almost too good to be true. We call bullshit.


This Bike Was Specially Designed To Teach Kids To Ride

Teaching a kid how to ride a bike is tough enough without mechanical problems, flat tyres and messy chains. It’s high time someone built a smarter learning bike — and now, one company has.


A Programming Languages Alphabet Book Could Spark An Interest In Coding

You have no idea what your kids will grow up to be while they’re still toddlers, but that doesn’t mean you can’t gently nudge them towards one vocation or another. And since those fancy computers aren’t going away any time soon, perhaps a career in coding might be worthwhile, inspired by this alphabet book featuring popular programming languages.


Can Technology Help Us Raise Independent, Free-Range Kids?

One of my most vivid childhood memories is of a county park behind our house which was so vast to my eight-year-old mind that it might as well have been the Arctic tundra. We were constructing some kind of vine-swing over a creek, which I believe we planned to test on bikes. There were no parents anywhere.


Clever Backpack Stroller Is Always At The Ready, Never In The Way

Unless you’ve opted for an antique carriage dating back to the 1920s, most modern strollers are able to collapse small enough to squeeze into a car’s trunk. But the lightweight OmniO Rider actually folds small enough to be worn as a comfortable backpack, giving you an emergency means to transport a tired toddler without having to carry them.


A Stroller Trailer Lets You Run With A Kid In Tow

Kids are already a pretty fantastic workout since they require constant attention, but if you find your fitness routine hindered by having to deal with a cumbersome stroller, you’ll probably be intrigued by the KidRunner. It’s a new take on the stroller that’s pulled instead of pushed, letting you easily bring your kids along for a run or a jog by strapping a mini U-Haul trailer to your belt.


Awesomely Cute Baby Surfs With His Dad For The First Time

Before you stick the No Fun Federation of Parenting onto Jorge Tirado, an awesome dad and surfer, just look at how much fun his nine-month-old baby who was apparently born for the thirst of the ocean is having. And just think about how awesome he’s going to be when he grows up after having such crazy experiences.


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