When my son was born, the clothes poured in from everywhere. Friends who'd had boys years before, grandparents with itchy debit card fingers, and well-wishers galore. Rarely were any of the gifts funny clothes. Cute, sort of. Funny, not a bit.
That's why it's so nice to come across WRY BABY (via The Onion). Not a bad model for a clothing company either. Their theme is humor and their clothes deliver. Toddler Tees that say, "Someday, I'll demand a pony", "I might barf", and "Someday I'll Egg A House". For the twins are two identical snapsuits that say, "Stop Copying Me." And every three year old simply must have the underwear labeled with big scripty font: "Scented".
They also sell little tchotchki-esque how-to books such as "Hey Dad, life as you know it IS OVER!" (35 handy to-do pages so Dad can stay somewhat helpful) and fun "spinner games" like this one here called "The Wheel of Responsibility" (Have fun, stay un-divorced).
For anyone who is a baby, knows a baby, or has a baby, these things are absolutely mandatory.