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25 Hottest Baby Products

A snapshot of the gear that's definitely worth registering for.

Check out the latest, greatest baby gear we’re loving right now—and snag some baby gear deals and offers while you’re at it.


Baby bath for easy travel

Forget leaning over the tub: The Puj Tub helps you bathe baby in any sink—and we mean any. The tub’s flexible material forms to fit your sink, the one at your in-laws’, the hotel’s—wherever. And transporting it to these places isn’t a problem, since it lies flat in your trunk and is lightweight.

Buy it: $45, Amazon.com

Photo: Puj

Ingenious breast pump

Everything about this pump is different—including the way it pumps. Rather than using air, Naya uses flowing water to pump, which means a quieter, gentler process and stronger suction. At 3 pounds, it’s ultra portable, and the sleek carrying case looks like something you’d actually want to be seen with. Pair the pump with the Naya app, if you choose, to serve as a remote, track your feeding sessions and calculate your milk’s expiration date.

Buy it: $999, NayaHealth.com

Photo: Naya

Souped-up baby-food maker

Overwhelmed at the thought of making all your own baby food? This Cuisinart Baby Food Maker And Bottle Warmer is here to change your mind, doing the work of multiple appliances. It chops, steams and purees all in the same bowl (no steamer basket necessary), simplifying the process and leaving less to clean.

Buy it: $104, Amazon.com

Photo: Cuisinart

Incognito nursing cover

Cute scarf, huh? Double-loop the Itzy Ritzy Nursing Happens scarf around your neck, or wear it as a capelet. When you’re ready to nurse, unwrap the fabric, draping it over one shoulder and around your body for complete coverage.

Buy it: $23, Amazon.com

Photo: Itzy Ritzy

Handy breast milk warmer

The Kiinde Kozii thaws and warms breast milk without breaking down its nutrients (as the microwave or too-hot water can). It was designed by a dad so he could do middle-of-the-night feedings while his wife slept—without having to head to the kitchen.

Buy it: $41, Amazon.com


Bottle for breastfeeding mamas

Nanobébé helps mimic the feel of nursing with its dome-shaped, rounded design. It’s actually concave on the inside, making it easy for baby to grasp and learn to self-feed. An adaptor allows you to pump right into the bottle from most breast pumps, better preserving your milk’s nutriets in the process.

Buy it: $23, Amazon.com

Photo: Nanobébé

Stylish bibs

We’re loving The Good Baby Bandana Drool Bibs—they actually add to the cute outfits you spent so much time picking out for baby. They’re made from organic cotton, and unlike other bandana-style bibs, there’s no velcro or magnet closures. Adjustable snaps mean baby shouldn’t pull it off—or get irritated.

Buy it: $14 for 4, Amazon.com

Photo: The Good Baby

Paci protector

While the bbluv Uvi 4-in-1 Sterilizer can certainly be used as your go-to pacifier case, it’s so much more. Attach it to the top of a bottle or sippy cup for a quick clean (we’re talking three minutes). All you need are two two AAA batteries.

Buy it: $25, Amazon.com

Photo: bbluv

Super-versatile high chair

It’s the only high chair you’ll ever need—and we’re not just saying that. Adjust the Peg Perego Siesta’s nine height and five recline positions to accommodate your child as she grows from infant to toddler. It folds almost completely flat, so it’s easy to store out of sight. The best part: The fabric is strain resistant.

Buy it: $300, Amazon.com

Photo: Peg Perego

Cloth diapers that grow with baby

These cloth diapers go the distance. Bambino Mio Miosolo’s easy-to-remove insert keeps baby dry for four hours. The crossover Velcro tabs and adjustable snaps ensure a snug fit for babies of any age, so you’ll use them again and again and again.

Buy it: $13, Amazon.com

Photo: Bambino Mio

Designer diaper bag that's actually practical

Everybody knows Freshly Picked: those vegan leather moccasins with adorable patterns and prints for baby. But last spring, they upped their game just for you, debuting a diaper bag with just as much function as form. Details we love include the wipeable exterior and interior, the magnetic close and the three ways to wear it. By the way, it has 10 pockets.

But it: $175, Amazon.com

Photo: Freshly Picked

Easy-to-use stroller

Whether you live in a big city, travel often or simply prefer a lighter weight stroller, the Babyzen Yoyo+ Complete will serve you well. The signature accordion fold means it opens and closes fast, and it steers smoothly and easily even when you use one hand.

Buy it: $724, Amazon.com

Photo: Babyzen

Best stroller for siblings of different ages

Whether you have a baby and a toddler or twins, the Bugaboo Donkey2 Duo is worth the splurge. This double is one of the few that allows you to fit a bassinet attachment and a toddler seat side-by-side, so both kids can receive equal attention.

Buy it: $1,775, Amazon.com

Photo: Bugaboo

Diaper bag that passes for a cute tote

Your diaper bag doesn’t need to scream “baby,” especially if you want to use it post-diaper phase. The Roma diaper bag from 7 A.M. Enfant has enough space to store diapers, wipes and a few extra baby items, but its mild color options make it perfect to use for the gym or work when baby’s grown.

Buy it: $72, Amazon.com

Photo: 7 A.M. Enfant Roma Tote

Best stroller for big trips

Whether it’s a day at the beach or a cross-country trip, the Austlen Entourage will haul all your stuff, and two kids. Multiple storage basket options plus an expandable base allows the Entourage to safely carry up to 150 pounds of cargo.

Buy it: $850, BuyBuyBaby.com

Photo: Austlen Baby Co.

Machine-washable activity mat

Designed to use anywhere—the beach, the park or your play room—the Nook LilyPad Playmat is incredibly versatile thanks to a simple design. Even better: it’s non-toxic, made from organic cotton and eucalyptus (super soft!), and is machine-washable.

Buy it: $120, Amazon.com

Photo: Nook

Best no-fail infant seat

The Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant car seat is actually easy to install correctly. You can adjust the straps with one hand, and it has side bubble levels to let you know you’ve put it in at the proper angle (a common place to make a mistake).

Buy it: $200, Amazon.com

Photo: Chicco

High tech booster seat

The Cybex Sirona M is currently the only car seat on the market to incorporate Sensorsafe 2.0 technology, alerting you if you’ve accidentally left your little one in the car—and also if your child unbuckles themselves while the vehicle is in motion, the backseat temperature is too hot or cold, or your child has been sitting too long.

Buy it: $280, Amazon.com

Photo: Cybex

Easy way to carry baby

The Baby K’tan carrier eliminates the complications and frustrations of babywearing with a design that allows you to slip it on like a t-shirt. Choose from five different wearing positions depending on baby’s age.

Buy it: $50, Amazon.com

Photo: Baby K'tan

Most comfortable nursing pillow

This looks a little different from other nursing pillows—the unique square shape provides more surface area for your baby to get comfy. And that won’t be hard to do; the kapok filling feels like memory foam.

Buy it: $100, Amazon.com

Photo: Nook

Super-simple playard

4mom’s Breeze really is a breeze to put together. Just push down at the center of the playard and throw in the mat, and baby has a place to play wherever you go.

Buy it: $300, Amazon.com

Photo: 4moms

Swing and bouncer combo

Can’t decide between a swing and a bouncer (or don’t have space for both of them)? The 4moms mamaRoo 4 covers both types of motions. Actually, it offers five motions, moving like you do to soothe baby when you need a break.

Buy it: $220, Amazon.com

Photo: 4moms

Eco-friendly swaddling blanket

This Instagram-worthy swaddle routinely sells out, and thanks to the super soft, pre-washed, organic muslin cotton, we can understand why. The more you wash them, the softer they get.
Buy it: $30 for 2, Amazon.com

Photo: Kaydee Baby

On-the-go baby monitor

Maybe you need to run downstairs or switch the laundry while baby’s sleeping. You’ll only be gone a second; is it worth bringing the monitor? Project Nursery is here to alleviate your concerns with a more convenient mini monitor. The little 1.5-inch screen clips right onto your clothes, and is included with the main 5-inch screen in the High Definition Baby Monitor system.

Buy it: $280, Amazon.com

Photo: Project Nursery

Baby clothes to make your life easier

With normal zippers, snaps and buttons, dressing baby can be a battle. Magnificent Baby’s Magnetic Me line of clothes has magnetic fasteners so you don’t fumble with teeny snaps or pinch baby’s skin.

Buy it: From $30, Amazon.com

Photo: Magnificent Baby