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Bloomin’ Fun for Bathtime

Blooming Bath’s petal baby bathtub (around $40 with free shipping for Prime members on Amazon) is a comfy way to bathe babies whose necks aren’t yet strong enough to hold their heads up.

The machine-washable-and-dryable bathtub comes in six colors: turquoise (pictured right), canary yellow, ivory, white, green, and hot pink, and provides a soft, plush cradle for baby that’s way easier and more pleasing to baby than hard-plastic bathtubs. Read More

Portable playtime with plushie pals

Looking for the perfect and affordable baby-shower or new-baby gift? Infantino’s Safari Fun Twist and Fold Activity Gym and Play Mat (currently around $30 at Amazon with free shipping for Prime members) is a portable, lightweight (a little over 3 pounds) activity mat that provides infants hours of creative fun and learning. Read More

Bye-bye, baby boogies!

One of the ickier chores new parents face, especially when their little ones start teething, is getting those baby noses clean without baby’s corresponding kicks and wails.

Plus Comfort’s Nasal Snotsucker Boogie Vacuum Nose Rinse makes the ickies go away, for both baby and parent. Read More

Hands-free feeding for more cuddle time

Ever wanted an extra hand while bottle-feeding baby? Then you’ll be interested in the Beebo Hands-Free Bottle Holder, developed by a dad-inventor who pitched his idea to the U.S. tv show “Shark Tank” last fall and won $200,000 in startup funds for his product. Read More

Temp-taking and tracking for tired tots

Among the fascinating new high-tech items we saw the Consumer Electronics Show in January, Infanttech’s new Smarttemp Wireless Bluetooth Thermometer was one of the standouts.

Currently priced on Amazon for around $70, with free shipping for Prime members, the Smarttemp thermometer allows you to monitor your baby’s temperature remotely in realtime through your smart phone–without waking baby up. Read More

Baby Tech’s 2015 Gift Guide

Looking for that perfect gift for your favorite baby, pregnant woman, or older child? Here’s a year-end review of our favorite Baby Tech items from 2015.

For pregnant women:

Leachco’s Snoogle Total Body Pillow. ZenKids’ stroller organizer. Infant Optic’s Video Baby Monitor with night vision Salter’s 914 Electronic Baby & Toddler Scale Giraffe Razor Extension Handle Baby Shower Planner app. Read More

Merrily down the streaming videos

Amazon.com has just added a slew of educational videos for babies to its video streaming service.

Geared toward ages 6 months to 2 years, the videos cover everything from vocabulary to shapes to numbers to movement to sounds.

Baby Playpen Intro to Color Movement and Games (six episodes), Peekaboo I See You; Surprise! Read More

Pregnant? Here’s an app for that.


Winkpass Creation’s iPregnant app for iOS (iPhone and iPad) is a pregancy tracker chock-full of features.

Its Journal feature provides room for tracking weight, doctors appointments, and notes as your pregancy progresses. You can customize reminders (a lifesaver if you have the all-too-common “pregnancy brain”) as well as questions for your doctor. Read More

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