Here's something prospective parents never knew they needed -- a domain name for your bundle of joy. A new website called awesomebabyname.com will let you put in your last name, and then suggest a bunch of possible first names, depending on what internet domains are available.
Let's say Mary Booth is having a baby (she's not, no rumors please). So she puts Booth into the search and gets 10 suggested names and domains back. Think noelbooth.com, which is one of the available choices. For $3 more (limited time offer, the website says), you can get 100 more suggestions.
It's pretty cool, and most of the domains weren't that expensive -- $10-$11 per year. You never know if your child grows up to become famous, and suddenly needs a domain name. Or just wants to write a blog.
Kinda stupid, kinda cool all at the same time. Here's more from Business Insider.
(Photos of awesomebabyname.com website, by Mason)