6 Most Ridiculous Tweets From Famous Babies on Twitter

baby on twitterRemember when the most annoying mom you knew was the one who talked for her baby? Now she's the mom who tweets for her baby! Yes, the babies of moms like Melissa Joan Hart may not be old enough to tie their own shoes (or even need to wear shoes), but they can have their own Twitter accounts.

Hart, who gave birth to son Tucker nine months ago, just added "his" thoughts to the babble on the web, but she's hardly the first. Tori Spelling's son got his own Twitter stream at 3. And "regular" parents can sign up their baby for a Kickbee account that literally allows them to send messages from inside the womb.

In a world where 92 percent of American children under 2 have some kind of online presence (from the simple sonogram photo to an actual Facebook page), I suppose we should expect nothing less.

But does the fact that it's happening so frequently make the tweeting baby trend any less ridiculous? Here. You be the judge.

Take a look at this collection of tweets made "by babies," and you tell us ... is this simply ridiculous or all in good fun?


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nonmember avatar Sidney

Even worse is when you get a Tweet from your friend's DOG!! That is way beyond stupid...

Amanda Edwards

I created at facebook page for my 1 1/2 year old so that his father could know what's going on with him, without being on my page. :P It works well for us, and I think that's all that matters. Yes, sometimes it can get ridiculous, but Oh well. Raylan gets to post his updates (he slams his hands on the keyboard, and whatever letters pop up becomes his status.) I have a friend who does the same thing with her son. It's a good way for single moms to let dad be "involved" without him actually be involved in the child's life.

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