Helping your baby self-soothe and get to sleep is important for both babies and parents alike. The Baby Sleepy Lullabies Bearprojector Projector from VTech puts colorful images on the baby’s ceiling. The projector also plays comforting sounds, including music, sounds from nature, or white noise, which helps block out sounds from the home while your baby is trying to fall asleep. You even can set a timer to turn it off in either 10 or 30 minutes. This can also help your baby stay comforted and calm when waking up in the middle of the night for feeding and readily fall back asleep instead of needing to come into the parent bed. One of the best parts about the Baby Sleepy Lullabies Bear Projector is its price! It is only about $15, which makes it one of the best buys around.

Mallory Moss is the co-founder of and co-host of The Baby Names Podcast. Mallory has a PhD in psychiatric nursing and has written articles for The Huffington Post on names and name trends. She has one grown daughter, Veronica, who lives in Austria.