Products we love for babies

Safety accessories, pacifiers for infants

 
 

Keep baby safe: Munchkin is out with a new line of contemporary safety accessories that are really simple to use.

We especially like the tamper-resistant safety lock outlet plug covers ($2.99), foam corner cushions for all those tables and counters baby can encounter ($3.49), the multi-use latch that is much easier to use on the fridge or cupboards than other products out there ($5.99) and the door stopper to prevent little fingers from getting crushed ($3.49).
Gotta love Dr. Brown's: We knew someone had to find a way to reduce colic, gas and spit-ups and now it appears Dr. Brown's has done it with a new baby bottle that features an internal vent system that prevents air bubbles from forming while baby eats. Check out how the bottle works at bestbottle.com. Available in five BPA-free and glass sizes. ($6 each, three-packs $16).
Better pacifiers: We like Dr. Brown's new pacifiers (two-pack $7) designed by a pediatric dentist to reduce suction and pressure on the palate. Nuk is out with a line of new orthodontic pacifiers ($3.99-$4.99) that mimic the shape of mom's nipple with channels to lessen palate pressure. Both companies claim these new pacifiers will help save on braces later on. Who wouldn't like that?

We especially like the tamper-resistant safety lock outlet plug covers ($2.99), foam corner cushions for all those tables and counters baby can encounter ($3.49), the multi-use latch that is much easier to use on the fridge or cupboards than other products out there ($5.99) and the door stopper to prevent little fingers from getting crushed ($3.49).

Gotta love Dr. Brown's: We knew someone had to find a way to reduce colic, gas and spit-ups and now it appears Dr. Brown's has done it with a new baby bottle that features an internal vent system that prevents air bubbles from forming while baby eats. Check out how the bottle works at bestbottle.com. Available in five BPA-free and glass sizes. ($6 each, three-packs $16).

Better pacifiers: We like Dr. Brown's new pacifiers (two-pack $7) designed by a pediatric dentist to reduce suction and pressure on the palate. Nuk is out with a line of new orthodontic pacifiers ($3.99-$4.99) that mimic the shape of mom's nipple with channels to lessen palate pressure. Both companies claim these new pacifiers will help save on braces later on. Who wouldn't like that?

 

 

 
 





 
 
 
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