The Mandalorian will be ending soon on Disney+. This 8-episode Star Wars miniseries took the Internet by storm, thanks in no small part to the introduction of “The Child”, dubbed “Baby Yoda” by his adoring fans.
With all the hype surrounding Baby Yoda, it can be easy to forget some of the other famous babies that can be found within the Disney+ library. Here are some of the other cute and awesome babies you can watch on Disney+ right now.
She only makes an appearance briefly in the movie, but the baby version of Moana made quite an impression on audiences, enchanting people in the international trailer before the movie had even released.
Fun fact: the scene was initially only created to test water physics in Moana, but was so popular it was added into the movie.
Inspired from the brief scene in The Muppets Take Manhattan, Muppet Babies was a popular animated series that ran for 8 seasons which explored the imagination of baby versions of old favourites—Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy—as well created some new characters and some catchy original songs.
While the original is not yet on Disney+, the 2018 CGI reboot from Disney Junior is currently available for viewing.
The youngest member of the Incredibles household, this pint-sized super-powered prodigy came into his abilities at the end of the first movie and played a significant role in the plot of the second.
Also available on Disney+ is Jack-Jack Attack, a supplementary Pixar short film created to fill in some of the gaps with what happened while he at home with the babysitter.
The Simpsons became a Disney property when FOX was absorbed into the company in 2019, and now has found a new home on the Disney+ streaming service.
Maggie is the infant child of the titular family and has been rocking the blue nighty, red bow, and pacifier for over 30 years. A character of few words, Maggie is often recognized by the trademark suck-suck sound she makes with her pacifier, although she was once voiced by the late Elizabeth Taylor.
Baby Groot became a surprise hit at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy after he sacrificed his original form to save the team. Baby Groot emerges as a tiny sapling in a pot that dances to the music of Quill’s mixtape.
Sadly, this form grows up a bit in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Vol. 2 and the subsequent Avengers movies, but at the time Baby Groot was a phenomenon, even spawning the dancing Baby Groot toy during the 2014 holiday season.