You’ve received word: Player 3 is about to enter the game.
Or maybe Player 3 has been here for a few months and you’re ready to trick him or her out with some sweet geek gear.
With so many great products on the market, it can be overwhelming to find the best of the best. Fortunately for you, we’ve done the hard work for you and compiled a list of gear that will help your little one’s geek flag fly!

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The Geek Baby Book

What parent doesn’t want to chronicle their geeklington’s journey? With The Geek Baby Book, you can not only tell your child’s story, but give them creative attributes with the book’s “Character Creation” pages that are similar to D&D. You can document milestones, remember historical events that occurred during pregnancy, and even write down you and your partner’s love story so your little one can read about it when they’re older. Who knew your baby would be a fire-breathing Klingon with wizarding powers?

$14.50 on Amazon

Video Game Controller Rattle

Your babe may still be too small to play video games with you, but that doesn’t mean he or she can’t look good while waiting! This super soft and super cute rattle comes in a variety of colors, is easy to wash, and will make your kid a pro gamer before you know it. You can find this one at Ann’s Craft House on Etsy!

$14.00 on Etsy

Harry Potter Taggy

You’re a wizard, baby! Taggies are the perfect distraction for babies that can’t necessarily play with toys yet but are eager to explore the world. Soft minky, satin tags, and a ring to attach to strollers and car seats makes this Harry Potter taggy a magical choice. You can grab this unique design at Little Dragon Slayer’s shop!

$20.00 on Facebook

Star Wars Little Golden Books Collection

The Little Golden Books have grown up and are ready to teach your mini-me all about the Star Wars universe. This collection includes the first 6 episodes. Like all Golden Books, they are easy to read, beautifully illustrated, and will have your baby on the path to the Light Side or Dark Side before you know it.

$19.18 on Amazon

Cthulu Onesie

It’s never too early to introduce your little geek to our Dark Lord and Savior, Cthulu! What better way to support the Great Tentacled One and the inevitable destruction of our world than this cute onesie? 100% cotton and 100% badass, your baby will be playing Arkham Horror in no time.

$17.99 on Amazon

Periodic Table Sippy Cup


Give your baby or toddler the chance to drink in style! Remind them of the genius they really are with this periodic table sippy cup! BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and easy to carry, you’ll wonder why they didn’t have cool sippy cups like this when you were a kid.

$24.97 on Amazon

Geek Dad: Geek Projects for Dads and Kids to Share

Geek Dad is a book where both the dad and the kids win! Recommended by one of our readers named Ashley, Geek Dad is packed full of cool projects and activities for dads and their geeks to do. Some of the activities may require bigger kids, but we’re confident you’ll be kissing any summer-time boredom goodbye!

Here’s what Ashley said about it:
“We bought this book and I love the projects in it. Our baby is a little young for some of the activities, but this is good book for once she gets a little older.”

$10.75 on Amazon

TMNT Nursing Cover

What a time to be alive! Mamas no longer have to hide behind burlap sacks, ugly swatches  of fabric, or an old t-shirt to nurse in style. You and your baby are geeks, so why not let the whole world know it? This little beauty was found at The Giggling Monkey shop on Etsy!

$20.00 on Etsy

Dalek Stacking Toy

What better way to introduce your babelet to becoming a Whovian than this Dalek Stacking Toy? Made of real wood and hand-carved to perfection, this beautiful toy will make a great addition to your Tardis! You can get this beauty at Nerdling Toys on Etsy.

$42.00 on Etsy

Batman Diaper Bag

Holy smelly diapers, Batman! If you are looking for a slick diaper bag with an easy-to-carry messenger bag style and more room than a utility belt, this diaper bag is for you. Easy-to-clean exterior opens up to a changing pad, bottle pockets, and enough storage to keep your little superhero stocked up on adventures.

$34.99 on Amazon

There are so many great pieces of geek gear out there that you and your family will love, we can barely fit them in the list! No matter what gear you choose for your child, they’ll still be the coolest on the block.

What is your favorite geek gear for your little one?