All parents think their babies are tiny geniuses. The first time your baby puts her toe in her mouth? She's basically Einstein. When she shakes a rattle way before the baby milestones app says she's supposed to? You fill out a Mensa application.
We all have high hopes for our kids. Of course, most of the time, they don't turn out to be geniuses, and that's totally fine. But if you want to give them a head start on the whole rocket scientist thing, there are STEM books for babies that'll do just that.
Chris Ferrie is an author whose six board books introduce complex ideas to babies. He also happens to be a physicist, mathematician, and father of three, so he kind of knows what he's talking about.
Rocket Science for Babies, _General Relativity for Babies_, Quantum Physics for Babies, _Quantum Entanglement, Newtonian Physics, and Optical Physics for Babies_ will turn your babies into scientists. Or at least it'll make you think you're turning them into scientists. If anything, you'll certainly learn a thing or two about quantum entanglement and Newtonian physics.
Since you probably regularly read to your kids anyway, you might as well throw in some STEM books. Who knows? Your offspring could very well be the next Bill Gates or Ada Lovelace.
You can buy the books on Amazon for around $6 each.