You’re Never Too Young For Your First MP3 Player Beth Snyder March 12, 2011 From the “too much disposable income” files…The Baby Bidou! OK, so I realize we are a technologically advanced society, and today’s children are growing up taking many more things for granted than my generation or the one after mine did. But seriously…an MP3 player for your baby?! Although if you’ve got the money and want one, more power to you, I guess. I just don’t get it. Anyway, this is what you get: It’s a teddy bear-shaped MP3 player with limited buttons your child can play with (recommended for ages 6 months and above). It comes with a bunch of kid and parent-friendly features, including a volume control only the parents can set. It holds 2GB of music (or about 32 hours), has a built-in microphone for voice recording, and has a built-in speaker and stereo output jack for headphones or 3.5 mm stereo system. It also features a sleep timer so your kid can take it to bed. It requires 2 AA batteries (not included), and can be cleaned with a damp cloth. If you absolutely must have one, you only have to pay $59.99 US. Source: ThinkGeek Share This With The World!