Kids can’t be lying around all the time, I guess…. The Deluxe Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat from Fisher-Price helps tots stay upright when they want to, with “comfort and fun all in one.”
The supportive upright seat “lets your baby see and interact with the world around them,” the company says. The “squeaker sounds” reward a baby “for kicking the foot pads.”
The seat has a wide sturdy base, and a soft fabric cover that is removable and machine-washable.
It’s $45 here.
This portable folding booster seat can “help mom keep baby’s feeding surface clean and sanitized,” Fisher-Price says, “but has all the other features moms and toddlers need.”
There’s a removable tray, with a snap-on cover that is sized to fit most toddler plates. The tray has 3 “tummy adjustments to allow for growing toddlers,” as well as let you more easily “remove the mess.”
The Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat is $30 here.
The Child Airplane Travel Harness is the only child flying safety device approved by the FAA, its maker claims.
The safety harness was designed specifically for aviation travel, and compactly fits into a 6-inch sack, weighing only a pound. It’s easy to install, in less than 1 minute, they add.
It’s for kids one year and older.
It’s $75 here.
Combining safety for your baby and small children with ease of use for you, Clek says its Foonf convertible car seat helps to prevent injury to your child in the event of a collision.
The patented REACT (Rapid Energy-Absorbing Crumple Technology) safety system reduces impact forces by up to 40 percent. The seat has a steel sub-structure with energy-absorbing foam in the sides and headrest to protect in a side impact.
Also, the car seat is a slim 17-inches wide, so three can fit side-by-side if needed. And it’s even approved for use in aircraft.
The Foonf is $398 here.
“It’s the little moments that make traveling together better,” says Brica. “With the Baby In-Sight Mirror, connecting in the car is as easy as a glance in the rear-view mirror.”
This wide-angle mirror is designed to ensure you can always see your baby in the back seat — and the infant can see you as well.
The extra-large convex “Clear-Sight” mirror provides superior reflection and a distortion-free image, Brica says. The soft-touch frame is lightweight, and its multiple attachment options fit most vehicles. The mirror is crash-tested and shatter-resistant. It’s $15 here.
Keep your baby safe and comfortable wherever you go with the Nest Bed.
It’s a baby gear tote and a bed all in one, says maker Nest. “This compact bag and bed is perfect for overnights with the grandparents, a nap at the park or beach, gear for the parents and baby, a toy bin, and more.”
One side is storage bag, and the other side unzips a pop-up bassinet. The Nest Bed will fit in the overhead bin of an airplane.
It’s $100 here.
Hang your baby on the wall? Well, in so many words… Yes. Mommy Essentials says its Babykeeper Basic is an infant carrier that hangs from a wall.
It’s most useful in the stall of a public restrooms, and can also be used in fitting rooms and locker rooms, the company says. It can also provide a safer and more reliable means of restraining your child in a shopping cart, “making it practically impossible for little ones to climb out of their seat.”
It’s $24 here.
With the Pack ‘n Play On The Go, your baby will be kept comfy and cozy whether at home or away, says maker Graco, “and the durable frame makes it perfectly suited for travel.”
The whole thing folds up at the push of a button, making it easy to store and to carry. This travel play yard weighs 22.5 pounds, and is 20 percent more compact that traditional play yards, Graco says, “making it the perfect piece of gear to bring along when you’re traveling.” The toy bar features three soft toys to give your baby lots of amusing visual interest. The playpen has airy mesh on all sides to provide maximum ventilation to keep the child comfortable. It also has a removable, full-sized bassinet, “which provides the perfect spot for your baby to catch a nap, at home or away.”
It’s $70 here. (Affiliate link)
Too often having a baby means traveling with your child to introduce them to far off relatives. The Flyebaby airplane baby comfort system can make the trip less of an ordeal without carrying around a heavy seat.
The hammock-like chair attaches to the seat in front of you and around your waist, keeping you face-to-face with your baby. And yes, it’s compliant with all FAA regulations. Also: Off the plane, it can fit on any chair to work as an impromptu high-chair. It’s $50 here. (Affiliate link.)