Make Me Babies

Martin Brinkmann
Sep 3, 2008
Updated • Dec 13, 2012

Have you ever wondered how your babies would look like if you would have one with your partner? Now you can find out at the Make Me Babies website. Just upload a photo of yourself and your partner, wait a moment and take a look at a picture that could show your future child. Think it would be pretty funny if the developers of Make Me Babies would get sued by a couple who expected their baby to look like the generated picture but did not.

Could also be a nice way to determine if you are really the father of a baby.. Sorry, just kidding. The user simply uploads at least one picture and either uploads a second picture or picks the face of a celebrity from the celeb database.

If you ever wondered how your baby with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Paris Hilton or Johnny Depp would like then here is your change to find it out.

The user can pick a baby frame, select a gender and name for the baby before the baby morphing technology steps in and creates the face of the could be baby.

This is an interesting idea for couples who like to discuss how their children will look like but also for others who love to find out about it. Neat idea.

Update: The service has changed the way it operates. Users now need to download a MakeMeBabies toolbar which feels very strange if you ask me. I personally would probably refrain from using the service, as I would not want to install a toolbar just for that purpose on my system.

Still, there are certainly some users who'd like to use the service. The developers state that it is easy to uninstall the toolbar. While I cannot say it is or is not, it may be the case.


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  1. Katie said on July 15, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    This is just another money making scheme. As soon as u click on the link to go to the website it takes u to the app store where u pay 1.99 to download. Think I’ll wait till a real baby comes along to see what he/she looks like lol

  2. Sasha said on March 14, 2009 at 8:08 am

    Genetically, there are so many possibilities, so don’t be thinking that that is the ONLY way your child will turn out.

    It’s just one of the MILLIONS of possibilities. :)

  3. Nic said on December 13, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    I must say, the website’s not very good. It gave me the same child whether I crossed my face with someone else or myself…

  4. -=Ben=- said on September 5, 2008 at 4:11 am


  5. garbanzo said on September 4, 2008 at 7:02 am

    “I guess this service just mixes up some parts of the face with a real picture of a baby.”

    i don’t think it even does this. look at the image i linked to in the first reply – i mixed a human with a cartoon and got a normal looking child. it’s just a gimmick.

    don’t expect it to actually ‘work’. genetics is a complicated thing, and as far as i am aware, digital images do not contain DNA :)

  6. Delima Makhur said on September 4, 2008 at 5:18 am

    This is not working.
    I tried random pictures of celebs and compared them to their real babies.

    I guess this service just mixes up some parts of the face with a real picture of a baby.

  7. David Bradley said on September 3, 2008 at 5:55 pm

    I tried out this site to see if the results would resemble either of our kids…they didn’t. Quite bizarrely the results showed a young child of seemingly non-caucasian lineage, despite my wife and I’s genes.

  8. Votre said on September 3, 2008 at 3:46 pm

    WOW!!! I just merged myself with Catherine Zeta Jones! Such a fine looking child we could have.

    Now (with digitally generated image in hand) I finally have a reason – and something to show the judge – next time I’m caught following her!

  9. garbanzo said on September 3, 2008 at 12:18 pm

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