The truth is, you don’t need much to take care of a baby other than clothes, diapers, a safe place to sleep, and a few other essentials.
Baby stuff is kinda cute
But we’ll be the first to admit that there is a lot that can be done to make things run smoother – or just because new gadgets are always cool, especially when they’re designed for babies.
But it can add up
We also know that even covering baby basics can start to add up, so there is often no room in the budget for items like, say, portable pacifier sanitizer.
Enter the baby registry
After signing up for legitimate needs, we suggest you add some real wishlist gadgets. People browsing your registry will appreciate the variety, and you can potentially take advantage of the non-essentials without thinking that the money probably should have gone into the college fund.
3. Phone holder for Brica stroller
Whether baby is sleeping during your walk and you want to listen to music or need to have your phone within sight of incoming messages, the phone holder for stroller will keep your cell safe. It can also be attached to the front of the stroller if you want to play a video on your phone to keep baby busy.
Or you can just put your phone away and enjoy the great outdoors. Either way, we understand.
1. Baby Shusher
If you have watched or read The happiest baby in the neighborhood, you will know the importance of “hush” for babies.
Unlike adults, the sound is actually quite soothing … But it kind of defeats the purpose if you constantly have to do it to keep baby peaceful.
This is where the baby shusher comes into place. Check it out here.
4. Gro-Egg room thermometer
From milk to bath water to air, you’ll be much more concerned with the temperature of things affecting baby than you are with yourself.
When checking in the little one in the middle of the night, the Gro-Egg will quickly indicate if the room is too cold (turning blue), too hot (turning red) or somewhere comfortably in the middle with yellow or l ‘orange shades. Check it out here.
5. Boon Glo night light with portable orbs
Instead of using your cell phone flashlight to sneak into the nursery, the nursery night light really falls under the ‘how cool’ category. The portable orbs that go along with the Boon Glo Nightlight turn green when removed from the base, but still shiny – which means it can go from a nursery essential to a cool toy for the kids.
11. Aquatopia bath knee brace
It’s one for you! After taking a deep dip, you’ll probably learn pretty quickly that a standard mat isn’t easy on the knees. L’Aquatopia Bath Knee Pad solves the problem of sore knees while providing convenient locations for shampoo and soap.
6. Dispensing spoon to squirt
Baby’s transition to solid foods is an inherently messy task, but the Squirt dispensing spoon It makes it a bit easier by allowing you to keep your second hand free.
7. Lil Rinser Splashguard
These “tearless” shampoos really don’t do the trick, just try as they might. The Lil Rinser mudguard helps by keeping soap and shampoo out of your little one’s eyes, which is great news for anyone hoping to avoid at least one bath time battle.
10. Bum Bum Brush Diaper Cream Applicator
No, you do not need to use the Bum Bum Brush Diaper Cream Applicator Tool to put ointment on your little one’s butt, but with its stand-up / stick at the bottom and an insane number of rave reviews, maybe you will.
2. Tommee Tippee Travel Bottle Warmer
Babies can be quite picky about the temperature of their food, which can make it difficult if you bottle-feed them on the go. The travel bottle warmer works like a thermos, keeping the contents at a stable temperature for hours after leaving home. Check it out here.
9. Zoë b Organic On The Go Sleepy Hats
If you have to go out during a nap – which is inevitable at some point – and baby can’t sleep amid the lights and stimulation, the Sleepy hat is designed to help.
8. Binky Fresh pacifier disinfectant
Of course, there are low-tech tethers to keep your baby from falling to the ground in the first place. But isn’t that much cooler? Binky Fresh disinfectant uses UV lamps to kill “up to 99.99% of germs and bacteria” on bottle nipples and nipples.
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