This pacifier from Summer Infant is also a full digital thermometer, letting you take your baby’s temperature in a comfortable, non-invasive way. The pacifier beeps when the reading is complete. It not only displays the temperature, it shows a “Fever Alert” when baby gets too warm, glowing red if the temperature registers at 99.9 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. [Read more...]
With this dispenser’s one-hand operation, wipes and diapers are always within reach, keeping one had free for your baby. It fits all sizes and brands of disposable diapers, and even holds cloth diaper inserts and cloth wipes, maker Bobee says. The decals are repositionable and removable. [Read more...]
The Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker was made to grow with your baby, says VTech: “Little ones can play with the standalone activity panel on the floor while discovering animals, colors, music, shapes and numbers. Attach the panel to the walker as babies grow, and they’ll continue to learn as they move along.”
Your baby will enjoy spinning the three flowers to hear fun phrases, sound effects, and a melody, the company says, or pressing the piano keys to learn colors, numbers and animal sounds.” Baby can also press the piano keys to play piano notes. [Read more...]
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. [Read more...]
Kids love to build, but babies aren’t born ready for Legos — so here’s a good starter set of ten colorful blocks for your baby to sort and stack.
“Filling the bucket with blocks, dumping them out, and starting over is great for eye-hand coordination and other early skills,” says Fisher Price. [Read more...]
This complete baby changing center has a bath tub, changing pad, and a bath stand, all in one unit.
The EuroSpa from Primo is also on wheels, so you can easily move it anywhere in your home.
The bath has two positions, either reclining for infants or sitting up a bit for toddlers. [Read more...]
My husband and I have a last name ending in –er so I always said I would NEVER name a child something ending in –er to avoid the rhyming sound. Lately, I’ve been hung up on Trent and he’s liking Dexter…I actually don’t think it sounds as rhyming as a lot of other –er names and actually do like it, but I’m not sure I like the idea of telling our son we came up with his name from a serial killer on TV. [Read more...]