Baby Gear / July 12, 2018 / Marilyn Luu.
Other nice-to-haves: Secure Safety Gates, Fun Baby Toys and Teething Toys, Baby Books, Hard-to-Spill Sippy Cups, Baby Spoons, Toddler Bowls, Baby Food Maker, Furniture Corner Protectors, Baby Safe Bug Sprays & Sunscreens, Plug Socket Covers We hope this article helped you figure out what you really needed. If you don’t get absolutely everything before baby arrives, don’t stress out. Stores will be there after you have the baby (if you have Amazon Prime, you’ve got free two-day delivery to help you out). It may seem overwhelming at first, but you’ll be surprised to see how fast it all comes together. With every item you add, you’ll see it more clearly in your mind’s eye: the safe, cozy home that’s prepared for baby.
Cribs. Strollers. Onesies. Bacteria-trapping bottle valves? Baby gear may not seem like a dynamic technology sector, but each year engineers, scientists, doctors, and designers introduce gadgets that aim to make caring for newborns and infants safer, more efficient, and less messy. Often, the creators are first-time parents who grow frustrated with existing gear and invent their own solutions.
Infant Car Seat Stroller - This is great option if you want to streamline and multipurpose your infant car seat if you have made the decision to buy one. The infant car seat stroller is relatively light and easy to unfold one-handed. Your baby’s infant car seat then clicks into place atop the stroller, and voila, you have a stroller that doesn’t require a bunch of handling of the baby. Most importantly, your sleeping baby doesn’t have to become an unsleeping baby through the process of unbuckling from the car seat and rebuckling into the stroller. This is a huge stress-reliever in and of itself.
Diaper Stackers - This is another baby item that many people buy because it will fit into the theme of their nursery. At first, it seems like a good idea to put your diapers in a decorative bag that is hooked onto your changing table. But after a while, the diapers end up stacked on the changing table for easier access. Also, some diaper stackers can be very expensive (up to $100). It’s just not worth spending that much money on something that will become useless or at best is unnecessary.