Free downloadable instructions for designer paper figures — based on pop-culture characters — that you print, cut out, and assemble yourself.
A collection of great advice, tips, and hacks for both new parents and parents-to-be.
An inflatable globe that can be colored with included craft markers.
An excellent bike trailer with the kinds of safety/comfort features and attention to detail parents will appreciate.
A fun and challenging project in the form of a solar-powered marble machine you assemble yourself.
Mindscope Twister Tracks are great for kids, and kids at heart.
A humorous children’s story about a bear who’s lost his hat and wants it back.
A desktop star chart that inverts the night sky for immediate and complete reference of the essential heavenly bodies.
A set of wooden building blocks in cool aerospace forms, which connect together magnetically in a wide variety of ways.
A tactical-style baby carrier designed for dads.
Dehydrated marshmallows to add to any cereal. Also good for hot cocoa, ice cream, and baked treats.
The same books you know and love, now enhanced with interactive animations, elaborate artwork, and annotations written by J.K. Rowling herself.
Skottie Young’s cute interpretation of the Star Spangled Avenger, 3D-printed by the folks at Gentle Giant studios. Stands at 4.5″ tall and 2.5″ wide.
The cute little soccer ball-like droid from Star Wars: the Force Awakens, now available for you to own and interact with.
All eleven of Miyazaki’s feature films, plus a handful of bonuses, all on Blu-ray. Yeah, you could say we’re pumped.
My wife recently found the Squooshi Reusable Food Pouches. They make it possible to buy a big tub of applesauce and make your own applesauce pouches. If he wants a second helping, all you have to do is refill it. They are incredibly easy to clean with warm water and dish soap. The bottom is sealed with a high quality zipper, and we have had no issues with them accidentally opening or leaking. They come with a reusable twist off cap for the top, so they are easy to travel with.
A silly but charming new book by illustrator Leif Parsons about a boy whose dream world is our humdrum reality, while what’s ordinary in his world is surreal in ours.