Baby Gear / July 21, 2018 / Baylee Felton.
Baby Bathtub - Although you can use the sink, having a baby bathtub provides more support and helps manage a wet, slippery baby. Nursery Decor - A mobile or a night light brightens up your nursery. Wall decals create a lovely atmosphere as well. Second Car Seat Base - If you’ve got two cars, having a second car seat base will make your life so much easier.
Nice Big Bibs - Why buy them before starting solids? They protect baby’s clothes from drool. (Babies have a lot of drool especially when they’re teething.) For older babies starting solid food, they’re even more necessary. Hooded Towels - These keep your baby’s head warm after a bath, but it’s also about the photo opportunities. Hello duck towel. Baby Soap and Shampoo - Although adult products can be too harsh to use on babies, it’s possible to get baby pretty clean using just water and a washcloth. Baby Safe Laundry Detergent - It’s nice to have this for babies with sensitive skin.
Occasionally Essential for Newborns: Changing Pad or Table (with Covers if Necessary) - Any surface with a comfortable height can become a changing table if you throw a changing pad on top of it. "Official" changing tables offer some extra storage and safety features. Rocking Chair or Glider - A comfy armchair that rocks back and forth to help you soothe baby may be a bit of a splurge– but it’s a cozy splurge you both can enjoy.
Owlet Smart Sock 2 - Most baby monitors use audio and video to detect whether newborns and infants are moving, crying, or in any type of distress. Owlet goes a step further to track babies’ heart rates and oxygen levels via a "smart sock" powered by a sensor, battery, and Bluetooth connectivity. Parents attach the fabric sock to their baby’s left or right foot using Velcro straps and connect it to a mobile app to view stats in real time.