Favourite Product

What is your very favourite baby or child related product so far?

I would have to say a battery operated swing really saved my life in those early days. Not all my babies have liked them unfortunately, but for those that did, it was nice to have free hands a few times a day instead of constantly juggling a fussy baby.

What do you love - or are looking forward to using and why?
REPLIES
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Jan 30, 2012
Posted: on Jun 11, 2015
My son LOVED his jumper!
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Sep 17, 2013
Posted: on Jun 19, 2015
Snuza Hero
I can sleep soundly not worrying im going to wake up finding my baby taken by SIDS. The Snuza will alert me if she ever stops breathing.
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Oct 18, 2014
Posted: on Jun 27, 2015
Jimperoo all the way. She loves playing in it and keeps her entertained .
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Jan 10, 2015
Posted: on Jul 07, 2015
His wubbanub pacifier !! He loves his so much ☺️
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Nov 26, 2014
Posted: on Aug 15, 2015
Jolly jumper!
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Feb 01, 2012
Posted: on Aug 27, 2015
Baby play mat.
I had my LO on the floor all the time. Tummy time, turning over, crawling, to sitting up, my LO was on the play mat.
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Sep 29, 2012
Posted: on Dec 08, 2015
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By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Nov 29, 2014
Posted: on Jan 22, 2016
Cradle swing and boppy pillow
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Jan 01, 2014
Posted: on Jul 14, 2016
Contours options double stroller
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Nov 26, 2010
Posted: on Jul 29, 2016
Video baby monitor! $120 is a small price to pay for peace of mind!
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Dec 30, 2015
Posted: on Oct 28, 2016
Any pacifiers, breathable swaddle blankets & his giraffe swing!
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Apr 21, 2012
Posted: on Dec 27, 2016
I have quite a few.

Lansinoh nipple cream (lanolin) after every nursing session. Makes a big difference.

My all-weather Graco Travel system (snugride 30). It doesn't snow much where we live, winters are usually rainy, but this year was an exception and the stroller performed admirably in the snow! And my daughter loves stroller rides and falls asleep in the car seat in a heartbeat!

I would rave the same about the pack'n'play if it were about 1/2"-1" narrower- as it is, we have to unpack it to fit it through the bedroom doors in our place, so it's confined to one room. Otherwise it's awesome! Newborn napper, changing station and storage included + two levels available for the mattress, wheels on one side and fairly was to unpack if nothing else is stored in it (I have bedding stored under the napped and changing attachments for extra support in case of failure as others have reported, though it seems sturdy enough to me :)

I also like the Munchkin brand liners, as my dd occasionally pees during a change and the liners make cleanup easier, plus her skin doesn't have to go directly on the cold plastic of the changing pad. They fit perfectly in the pack'n'play change pad too and wash well.

Medela pump in style advanced - great pump, if you have to use it. Came with a bunch of attachments in the backpack and can be used for both sides at the same time.

7th generation free and clear wipes - thick and retained their moisture well, but they go pretty fast - using 2-3 for heavier diapers. Babyganics perform great too!

Glider & ottoman so comfy for nursing! Don't remember the brand but try the ones you can afford and pick the comfiest one.

Breastfeeding pillow - I use it for every feed at home, though it can be a little uncomfortable around the belly for a couple of weeks after a c section (seam pressing on the uterus).

I also go through a lot of burp cloths to wipe milk spills - for sheer number - bumkins brand (12/pack), for quality- carters 'just one you' - soft, thick and absorbent.

Also for breastfeeding- Medela nipple shield - just one cause I only have one baby to feed - really helps the latching issues caused by my flat nipples. Less ouch too.

Summer infant pacifier thermometer. My dd doesn't use pacifiers yet, so I have to hold it in her mouth until it's done, but has a .1 accuracy compared to the regular armpit thermometer.

And last but far from least, my jujube bff (I have it in shadow waltz. Used it for a hospital bag (overpacked, of course) and nowhere near full for regular newborn use. It looks smaller than it can pack but it's really roomy. Also came with shoulder and backpack straps too, and I added stroller clips, so if I collapse the stroller handle, it doesn't fall off.
By: BabyBumpUser
Member since Mar 20, 2012
Posted: 25 days ago
Swaddle sacks, sleep sheep, play mat with a piano at the bottom and those Medela microwaveable sterilizing bags! Used them for everything (just don't put teethers with gel in them 😣)

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