After much trial-and-error in making purchases, I’ve compiled a list of the top five must-have products for baby. Hopefully you will soon agree that these products are hard to live without!
This carrier has turned out to be a life-saver! It’s simple, it’s comfortable, and baby will love it, particularly is they are a high-maintenance baby who wants to be carried most of the time. The Moby will allow you to get things done with two hands but keep baby content and safe at the same time. Check out my review of the Moby Wrap.
As soon as baby is old enough to support their head and their weight on their legs, the exersaucer will make a great activity. It keeps them contained and in close reach of a variety of toys and activities, which babies will love practicing their grabbing and chewing skills on. Although a larger investment, baby will get hours of use and you will get hours to get things done.
A simple and inexpensive solution to a very annoying problem, the pacifier clip is simply something that I could not live without. As much as babies like to spit out their pacifiers, this is a sure solution to keep it from hitting that dirty floor at the store.
Hands down, this is by far the best and favorite teether for my son. Don’t waste your money buying a lot of teethers when you have this one! Read about what makes the Vulli teether so great.
This handy little chair is great for babies when they are able to hold their heads on their own. It’s a molded booster chair that comfortably and safely props your baby up in the sitting position so they can look around. It is great for play or feeding time, or for that fussy baby that wants to sit and watch you everywhere you go.
Do you agree with my list of must-have baby products? What other baby products do you consider must-haves?
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