Sam Carter (@Cartarsauce) tweeted a picture of what looks like new signage at a baby changing station at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland in California. Look closely and you’ll see that the trademark Baby Yoda ears have been added to the usual symbol for a baby.
The Twitter user asks “um guys, why is nobody talking about the baby changing signage in Galaxy’s Edge?” And we here at Inside the Magic echo that question. Is this the cutest diaper changing station sign you’ve ever seen?
um guys, why is nobody talking about the baby changing signage in Galaxy's Edge? pic.twitter.com/RkkAVaF4km
— Sam Carter (@Cartarsauce) December 11, 2019
By now it’s no secret that Jon Favreau’s The Mandalorian is seeing quite a following. It is now the most-streamed program on earth. And while mass anticipation for the new Star Wars-inspired series was high before the launch of Disney+ on November 12, no one could have predicted this kind of success. But why is the new series so successful?
It’s most likely a combination of several things. For starters, it’s part of the Star Wars universe, and few things in that universe fail. Second, Jon Favreau is quite the writer and fans can’t wait for the next chapter to drop. But if we’re completely honest, the addition of Baby Yoda has had a massive part in the popularity of the new Disney+ series. Heck, he’s broken the internet at least once. Maybe twice.
Not only do fans of the show think Baby Yoda is beyond adorable; they also want to know why he’s so valuable. Why is he sought after by so many people? Why was there a bounty on his head in the first place?
Why do you think Baby Yoda is so valuable? Share your theories in the comments section below.