Sarcasm And Irony Are For Babies (And Their Parents Too!)

It's ironic, no?

Most people wouldn’t think sarcasm and irony would make for a good baby or new parent gift, but I for one whole-heartedly disagree.

I love me some sarcasm – it’s one of my favorite varieties of humor (and the reason why I adore April on Parks and Recreation).  And in the face of being a first time parent, who couldn’t use a laugh or two…if only to keep them grounded and sane?

Check out these sarcastic/ironic gifts for babies and parents after the jump!

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  • “Nobody Puts Baby In a Corner” Embroidery – By: Moxie Doll on Etsy 1 of 5
    "Nobody Puts Baby In a Corner" Embroidery - By: Moxie Doll on Etsy
    The juxtaposition of something sweet like embroidery paired with a dash of sarcasm = perfect nursery decor in my book. Click here for link.
  • “Crying is For Babies” Print – By: Sycamore Street Press 2 of 5
    "Crying is For Babies" Print - By: Sycamore Street Press
    Trade tears for sleep with this print. Sarcasm is like baby melatonin, right? Click here for link.
  • “Pacify This!” Pacifier Case – By: Wry Baby 3 of 5
    "Pacify This!" Pacifier Case - By: Wry Baby
    What most parents feel like saying when they're little one won't stop crying - just let the pacifier case do the talking. Click here for link.
  • “Good Luck With That” Card for New Parents – By: Creativity Cards on Etsy 4 of 5
    "Good Luck With That" Card for New Parents - By: Creativity Cards on Etsy
    Child-rearing is a big resonsibility - wish your friends and family a bit of luck laced with snark using this card. Click here for link.
  • “Let’s Panic About Babies” Book – By: Alice Bradley & Eden Kennedy 5 of 5
    "Let's Panic About Babies" Book - By: Alice Bradley & Eden Kennedy
    Perfect for a good laugh in the midst of all the other heavy-handed pregnancy/parenting books out there. Click here for link.

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