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Best Products to Make Moms’ Lives Easier

From multitaskers to space savers, these must-haves are genius.

Doona Travel System

Transporting baby is a process to say the least. The Doona car seat makes it easier by instantly folding out to become a stroller. You want it. $499, HappyKidsSmartParents.com



4Moms Breeze

A one-handed push is all you need to set up this playard by 4Moms. Say goodbye to a million steps. $300, Target.com



Britax ClickTight Installation System

Despite their most sincere promises, most car seats just aren’t easy to install. Just like the name implies, this Britax seat clicks in tight for a secure, safe installation every time. $375, RightStart.com



Ameda Store N Pour Breast Milk Storage Bags

Pump right into these storage bags, which become free-standing as they fill (nice!). The zip seal prevents leaking and the tear-off spout makes pouring milk to a bottle a breeze. $13, ToysRUs.com



Boon Collapsible Baby Bath Tub

Bath time can be tricky enough; the cleanup afterwards doesn’t have to be. A drain plug takes the mess out of emptying the tub, which then collapses and can be hung up for easy storage. $70, Target.com



Mixie Baby Formula Bottle

This makes traveling during feeding times simpler. Measure out formula and water in advance and put them in separate compartments in the bottle. Release the powder into the water with a push when baby’s hungry. The special formula compartment is even designed to prevent clumping. $17, MixieBaby.com



The Cibo Placemat

Mealtime messes are pretty inevitable. But at least with The Cibo watching, all the food doesn’t have to end up on the floor. This fun placemat has a crumb-catching lip and is easy to wipe down. $25, TheCibo.com



Travel Boppy

It’s annoying to lug a regular feeding pillow everywhere you go — but it makes you and baby so much more comfortable. The travel Boppy folds into a compact carrier, so it won't take up a lot of space. $40, Boppy.com


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