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Notorious B.A.B.Y.

Notorious B.A.B.Y.

More proof that babies can already pick good music. YouTuber Dave aka berge95 knows what to do when his daughter Rachel starts crying – turn the player on and let Biggie Smalls save the day.

Evil Beginnings

Evil Beginnings

This little girl is a fast learner. At least that is if her last name is Blofeld, Vader, Bates, Söze, Lechter, Gruber, Voldemort, Palpatine, De Ville or Evil. Or maybe she’ll just kill us all with cuteness.

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Kid History: Healthy Food

Kid History: Healthy Food

Mom wants the boys to grow up healthy and strong, but it doesn’t look like the kids have any desire to go that route in this episode of Kid History about good food and bad food. (Thanks John!)

Kung Fu Kid

Kung Fu Kid

You wouldn’t want to run into this kid in a dark alley. While we actually don’t get to see too many of his Zui Quan fighting moves, he could definitely kick the crap out of you with one of his flips.

Mini Metallica

Mini Metallica

A group of 8 to 10 year-olds performs Enter Sandman at the Buckleberry Beer Festival. We’re less perplexed by kids playing Metallica than why they’re playing at a BEER festival.

The Real Star

The Real Star

This girl is practicing some moves for her drill team, when her kid brother decides to pop into the frame. Not only does he completely upstage her, she has no clue until the end. Smack that!

Kiddex Juice Drink

Kiddex Juice Drink

Ok, between the creepy mom and the even more disturbing talking doll, this fake ad for a children’s juice drink has got all the makings for a lifetime of nightmares, starting tonight. Yeesh.

Space Oddity: The Book

Space Oddity: The Book

Artist Andrew Kolb created this wonderfully illustrated children’s book based on David Bowie’s ode to the space-bound Major Tom. Grab the entire book in PDF form here or here (mirror)

Secrets, Secrets

Secrets, Secrets

All-girl sleepover parties include tickle fights and ice cream sundae eating, but until we saw this video, we really had no clue how extreme things can get when it comes time to share secrets.

Real Madrid vs. 109 Kids

Real Madrid vs. 109 Kids

In honor of Real Madrid’s 109th anniversary, the Spanish football team faced off against 109 Guangzhou children. Real still won, but only by a score of 2-1. Not too shabby, kids. (Thanks Wong!)

Hey Ya!

Hey Ya!

And we thought we had mad dance moves. These kids bust out their best OutKast on their Wii. And while Justin and Jeremy are twins, the boy on the left seems to have a better grasp on the lyrics.

Kids React to Epic Meal Time

Kids React to Epic Meal Time

The Fine Brothers raise the calorie count for the kids, showing them a bunch of clips from Epic Meal Time. Clearly there’s a divide between boys and girls, at least until they ask them what they’d cook.

Concrete Building Blocks

Concrete Building Blocks

We’re enjoying the looks of these fun little bricks from Tara Ketchum, hand-cast to resemble standard 2″x4″ LEGO building blocks. They’d make great gifts for architects, builders, or any LEGO fan.

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Drift Kids

Drift Kids

Just because you’re a little kid doesn’t mean you can’t dream of the day you’ll be tearing down the road in a convertible Mustang, with a girl on your arm, drifting around cones. Actually, why wait?

Kids React to Nyan Cat

Kids React to Nyan Cat

The Fine Brothers have amassed an amusing collection of opinions from kids in the latest installment of Kids React: this time the subject is the poptart cat that farts a rainbow, aka Nyan Cat.

Mommy Won’t Kill You

Mommy Won’t Kill You

Despite the seemingly ominous screen cap and title, this just might be the most adorable video you’ll see, er, hear all year, with fear, innocence, love and relief in spades. I’m coming Milesy!

Kid History: Hardheads

Kid History: Hardheads

We enjoyed the first clever episode of Kid History, so here’s their latest installment for your enjoyment – just in case you need to remember how hardheaded you used to be as a youth.

Baby Phone Toy Hack

Baby Phone Toy Hack

(NSFW: Language) Gather round kids, and check out this thirty second vid on how to make a little kid toy phone curse and swear; don’t try to hack it unless you want to get busted by your parents.

My First Dictionary

My First Dictionary

My First Dictionary: Corrupting Young Minds One Word at a Time is a book (based on the blog) by Ross Horsley that combines vintage children’s book illustrations with wickedly twisted word definitions.

Losiah’s First Coaster

Losiah’s First Coaster

Little Losiah is totally stoked for his very first rollercoaster ride. Then the ride kicks in. Maybe next time they should go with the tea cups or the merry-go-round. It’ll get better someday, Losiah.

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Dance Dance Enema

Dance Dance Enema

(NSFW for language and gross-out finale) Oh boy. All we can say after watching this video is that we’ll never look at Dance Dance Revolution the same way again. Ever. No, seriously. (Thanks, Justin!)

Go the F to Sleep

Go the F to Sleep

Go the F**k To Sleep is a subversive (and really not to be read aloud) bedtime book for parents who know that snoozing kitties and cutesy rhymes don’t always send a child sailing off to dreamland.

You Can Do Anything

You Can Do Anything

A young girl named Sadie delivers an inspiring message with the honesty, verve and innocence that you can only find in children. We hope she’ll stick to her words even when she’s older.

Kids React to Friday

Kids React to Friday

Because we love it when kids tell it like it is: check out the amusing, intelligent and articulate reactions these guys have to Rebecca Black’s putrid homage to the last day of the school (and work) week.

Squizits

Squizits

Developed in collaboration with a child with OCD and ADHD, Lavinia Chu’s Squizits collection provides children with calming and attention-focusing handheld gadgets. Adult version please?

The Smurfs (Trailer)

The Smurfs (Trailer)

When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world smack dab into the middle of Central Park in Raja Gosnell’s live action-CGI The Smurfs.

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