You thought zombies are terrifying? Nope! Well, not compared to babies taking selfies of themselves, like the above sassy toddler's duckface pic.
Thanks to a new line of toys created by graphic designer Laura Cornet, newborns can now upload the exciting happenings of their infant lives -- in the form of photos and videos, plus location and status updates -- to social media sites.
Cornet devised four toys, such as a selfie ball that, as you might expect, lets the baby take a selfie by playing with it. The ball also tracks the baby's movement (using motion-tracking shoes) and his or her location (using a pacifier with a GPS tracker). The photos and status updates are automatically posted to Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Cornet has a serious point to make about how babies don't have any choice in the matter when parents post their photos all over Facebook. "Nearly half of [newborns are] visible online within the first day after birth," Cornet writes on her website. "A lot of people didn't think of it as a problem...the baby has no say in it."
So, she's giving them a say -- even though they haven't said their first word yet.
"If the kid is at the babysitter, [the ball] can send pictures to your phone," Cornet told International Business Times. "It can be an alternative to a baby monitor or intercom. It can be used to see the development of a baby, even."
The toys aren't publicly available for sale right now, but they may be in the future. In the meantime, try not to question your faith in humanity.