If you suspect your fetus might already be a pop culture junkie with a wicked, dry sense of humor, there is now an app for you.
Wee Mail sends you texts each and every day of your pregnancy starting at 4-weeks along and extending to around 42-weeks (in case you’re overdue) that let you know what’s happening inside the womb — developmentally, yes, but more importantly, sarcastically, too (“16 weeks: I just developed the ability to hear and already I want to muzzle that Bieber girl.”).
You enter your due date (or that of your wife, partner, friend or whoever) and eventually you have the option to update the texts with the baby’s sex (“13 weeks [girl]: Careful what you name me. If it’s anything like Jade or Sparkle, you’ve got a future stripper on your hands.” Or, “25 weeks [boy]: “I have to admit, most days I feel like a man trapped in a woman’s body.”).
“Why wait, like, two years until your kid can actually speak when you can hear from the little nipper right now?” ask the geniuses behind the app, including new dad Keith Greenstein, who conceived (yup, that was intentional) of Wee Mail when his wife was pregnant as a way to keep family and friends apprised of all in utero events.
The hilarious app is free and available here. Here are 25 examples of Wee Mail mobile messages:
All images courtesy of Limbua.com
Source: Media Bistro
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