From the practical to the practically weird
You could swaddle your little one in that hospital-issued blanket you smuggled home, or you could wrap them like a burrito with this realistic tortilla swaddling blanket. Patterned allover, this swaddle will make your little one look like they just came from Chipotle. Don't forget the guac. Also don't eat your baby.
Raising a child definitely doesn't come cheap, so when there's free samples to be had, why not take advantage of it?
Sam's Club has prepared a box of assorted brand name baby products. The great thing is that you don't need a membership to get it.
Update: they no longer offer the free sample baby products.
Give your kids that extra incentive to finish their dinner with this fun partitioned dinner plate. Fill each section with food and watch your kid eat from the first compartment all the way to the finish line where their dessert is hidden under a cover. 4 themed plates to choose from: Princess, pirate, space and race.
Hanging by the pool or lakeside is a great way to beat the heat in the summer, but it can be uncomfortable on a pregnant tummy. This inflatable floating mattress changes that by providing a comfortable hole for your tummy to rest in. Your baby can now stay cool while you're floating belly-down in the water. If lounging in the sun isn't your idea of fun, it works great in the home for sleeping on your front.
Your baby's first smartphone accessory! With this high tech onesie and attached turtle transmitter, you can use your iOS or Android device to track your baby's sleep quality, sleeping position, temperature, and awake states. You can even set up custom alerts to let you know when any of these things happen.
How cool would it be for your child to race their toys cars down the street they live on and "drive" themself to the park? All you have to do is send the company an address, and they'll design a custom vinyl mat based on the neighbourhood. You can get it in different sizes of any location in the world.
Mealtime is the best time for your baby to channel their inner Jackson Pollock and create a masterpiece of creativity. What better place to create it than on this blank canvas that is their bib? What inspired your baby to splash spaghetti sauce down the middle? Why was saliva dribbled into a wet spot which evaporated over time? We may never know. Art historians will be left contemplating this contemporary piece for years to come.
Do you know of expectant parents who clearly aren't prepared to be parents? Perhaps you don't, because that expectant parent is you. This book is the missing manual to baby care that you've been looking for. Drawn in the style of flight safety placards, the book details the hilarious Do's and Don't's of taking care of a newborn.
Good luck will follow your little one every step of life when they put on this cute little pair of fortune cookie booties. Handmade from fleece in the USA (I hope the irony isn't lost on you), these booties will keep your baby's feet warm all the way up to 12 months. They come packaged in a cute Chinese takeout container box. You can also customize the booties with a special fortune for your baby.
If minimizing stretch marks is important to you, then you'll want to keep your skin soft and supple to increase its elasticity. One way of doing that is by using belly butter, which can keep the skin on your baby bump soft and moisturized. Made with 99% natural cocoa, shea and jojoba butter, this is is specially formulated for mothers-to-be and baby too.