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5 Game-Changing Baby Products


My baby girl will be a whole 12 months olds in just a few weeks--a year! I can hardly believe it. I am loving this interactive phase we're in; she's playful and silly and full of mischief and fun; but I have to admit, I'm simultaneously a little sad to see the "baby-baby" stage go. Of course, she's still very much my little love bug, but she's more intent on getting into trouble than letting me snuggle and hold her. So much changes in a year with a tiny baby. (Sniff-sniff.)

And you know what else changes rapidly? The baby gear industry. 

Wander the aisle of any Buy Buy Baby, and you'll be amazed at the always expanding options. Even today, I'm incredulous checking out all the different items.

Perusing the latest and greatest in Baby is part of the gig here at Momtrends--so I'm sharing the coolest, most innovative new-to-market must-haves for moms.


1. Fridababy Pacifier Weaning System

Fridababy keeps things real for new parents, and so I'm always excited to see the new products they create and release. This pacifier weaning system is their latest stroke of baby brilliance. When it's time to cut the paci out of the day-to-day situation, it can be a true struggle. My two older kids both had their beloved binks until they were four. So this time, it's got to be different. The pacifier-rubber in this system progressively gets smaller (and less satisfying) until it's completely gone. Bye bye, Binky!


2. The Snoo Safe Sleeper

The Happiest Baby Snoo bassinet has been on the market for a while, but it's still making waves. Baby gets strapped in and it moves to mimic a mama's movement. It combines gentle rocking with soothing white noise and snug, safe swaddling. But the exciting news? Snoo was just accepted into the FdA's breakthrough device Program, and is being evaluated as potentially the world's first bed to prevent SIDS. Another goal for the company is to become available through health insurance. In the meantime, you can pt to rent it--so the price tag doesn't have to make it unattainable.


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5. Chicco Piccolo Stroller

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