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Baby Product Reviews

Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.

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Snugabunny Cradle ‘n Swing
The Fisher Price Snugabunny Cradle ‘n Swing soothes the most restless babies. It includes two swing settings–back and forth or sideways–and six swing speeds, easily adjustable through the swing’s controls on the top. It also includes 16 songs to play–and a volume control–plus ambient noise including nature sounds. [ More ]
Toddler Bed for Travel or Transition
The Shrunks Indoor Travel Bed, pictured left, is geared to young ones who’ve outgrown their cribs. The lightweight, portable, inflatable mattress comes with an electronic airpump, a repair kit and a travel bag, and weighs only 6 pounds. Each side of the bed has a security rail that prevents your little one from falling, and a sheet-tuck feature that works with any crib-sized sheet. [ More ]
A toy that grows with your baby
It’s an activity toy, and it’s a walker. VTech’s Sit-to-Stand Walker, part of the company’s Infant Learning product line that grows along with your baby, offers a variety of stimulating activities for babies as young as 1 year old. Baby can play with learning games about animals, colors, music, shapes and numbers. [ More ]
A scale for wiggly babies
The Salter 914 Electronic Baby & Toddler Scale is a sturdy plastic scale with a large digital readout. It comes with a lock-in mechanism to secure the base to the platform even with the wiggliest babies. The scale measures in half-ounce increments up to 44 pounds, and once your baby is standing you can remove the platform and have your child stand on the base for a weight reading. [ More ]
A chair that grows with your child
Fisher-Price’s Laugh and Learn Smart Stages chair is designed to provide fun and educational activities for your little one based on his/her age and aptitude. The chair, which plays songs and phrases when your baby sits or stands, includes three activity levels: The first level, for babies around a year old, is called Explore, and is geared toward early recognition of numbers and simple words like “up” or “down.” The second level, Encourage, for babies around 18 months, teaches opposites and includes interactive activities. [ More ]
Baby’s First Bluetooth
I love my Bluetooth wireless headsets and own two of them. They come in handy for playing music or TV at night without bothering my neighbors, for doing household chores without being tethered to my audio source,  and for exercising accompanied by my favorite music. [ More ]