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Contraption Attaches Your Phone to Your Baby's Bottle Because Nothing Is Sacred Anymore

As if we aren't all too attached to our phones to function already, the Swipe and Feed has come in and answered every parent's most guilty prayers - a way to effortlessly swipe through their phones while bottle-feeding their baby. The simple contraption, which firmly holds both your child's wide-mouth bottle and your smartphone, provides a way for you to feed your baby at just the right angle while finally nailing that level of Candy Crush you've been working on for days (or to, you know, check important emails and your Instagram feed).
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