If necessity is the mother of invention, she must not have been a very loving woman and these next two products prove it. Have you ever wanted to show your infant child you love them but needed both hands to surf Medgadet or play Halo online? Of course you have, and the Zaky Infant Pillow will be your best purchase since your bluetooth headset.
If you’ve ever wished for a “hand” to leave behind so that your baby would feel as if you’ve never left the room, your prayers have been answered with the Zaky.
The Zaky is an ergonomic infant pillow designed by a mom to mimic the size, weight, touch, and feel of her hand and forearm to help her baby with comfort, support, protection, and development. The Zaky can help calm your baby and help your baby sleep better through the night.
The Zaky was originally designed for premature babies that have to be left at the hospital away from their mother – but the Zaky works wonderfully with all babies. The Zaky has been used at a NICU in Houston for more than two years, and due to the request of family members and medical personnel from across the country, the Zaky is now available to hospitals and mothers everywhere – the Zaky is not just for mothers of preemies any more.
If faking physical contact with the fruit of your loins (or so she says) isn’t enough, you may be wondering how you could fake rocking your child to sleep. You could always buy the Intellicot or you could just retrofit your existing crib with the Lullybye Automatic Rockers.
The Lullabub will gently create motion automatically in a harmonic rhythm to naturally soothe and settle babies to sleep.
Four Relaxing motion’s Simulating:
– mothers womb
– mother’s heartbeat
– drive in the car
– boat on the water
Designed to calm and relax your crying baby & help soothe unsettled babies. Less Stress = More Sleep for parents
“A COT in Australia is the same as a CRIB in America”
Um. . .where to start. . .How do they recreate the rocking of the womb? Who thought it sounded like a good idea to make a crib rock like a boat? Is there a ‘perfect storm’ setting so that we can force babies to throw up at will? Plus, everyone knows that the cribs rock in the opposite direction in Australia.
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(hat tip: Gizmodo)