I still think it’s a riot that we have baby-wear at Caffeinated Chicanery and Gamers’ Heaven. I never would have thought of it on my own (I don’t have children, and don’t particularly have plans for any), but it came about thusly: When deploying designs in the stores, I tend to add them to whichever items I think they might make sense on. On a lark, I added them to things like baby-wear because… well, because you never know. Then it started selling; folks bought RPG sayings on baby-wear, things like I don’t need Wisdom. I’ve got Charisma. or High Intelligence, Low Wisdom. FEAR ME! (both which, come to think of it, might be appropriate for a baby).
Anyway. When I told our business partner (who is a crazy-efficient idea man) about this, he immediately started coming up with more ideas for baby-wear. And yesterday I found this: What the Fashionable Baby of Geek Parents is Wearing this Season.
Yes, the pictured infant bodysuit is one of ours. 🙂
In unrelated news, coming hopefully sometime this week: a review of James Rollins’ “Deep Fathom” (I just finished it this morning), and some preliminary thoughts on City of Heroes/City of Villains. Okay, okay, so I’m late to the party. Story of my life.
I also finished with the reading part of “The EatingWell Diet,” but more than half of the book is a cookbook, so I still have to try a few recipes out.
Of course, I couldn’t resist sharing this. It’s brilliant, really! People keep on being people, even after they’ve chosen to reproduce… so it’s grand to see babywear beyond the traditional IQ-draining pastel duckies genre. Good on you.
Thank you! An inveterate geek myself, I don’t think I could resist that particular one if I had a baby.