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100 Items for Your Baby Layette

40. Huggie bear is cute and cuddly, and once you safely heat him in the microwave, he helps calm baby with a warm lavender scent. ($22; karmakiss.com)

41. The Skip Hop Bento diaper bag keeps meals-on-the-go in sealed containers that nestle in an insulated compartment, leaving plenty of room for the rest of your essentials. ($99; skiphop.com)

42. If your tot is one of the growing number with a gluten sensitivity, download the Is That Gluten Free? app. ($8; iTunes)

43. Capture baby's milestones in gorgeous HD and then share them on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter from your Kodak PlaySport Zx5 video camera. This little dynamo is waterproof, shockproof and has a built-in stabilizer. ($180;store.kodak.com)

44 CAN I EAT IT? Expecting moms can get the lowdown on sushi, deli meats and more. ($2; iTunes)

45. Clip on the Fitbit Ultra activity tracker. It monitors how many calories you've burned and steps you've taken. It'll also measure how long — and how well — you sleep each night. ($100; fitbit.com)

46. Cloth or disposables? You can do both with gDiapers, which give parents the option of a washable, reusable cloth liner or disposable, flushable liner. (starter set $150; gdiapers.com)

47. Create a truly universal gift registry that goes beyond bibs and bouncy seats at Babyli.st, where the entire www is at your fingertips. Want pet-sitting or maid service? Add it. Freezer meal you'd like your friends to make? Add it.

48. Press a button and a digital screen on the Summer Infant Prodigy infant car seat guides you through installation. A smiley face says you've done it right — every time. Scan the tag to see a demo. ($180; babiesrus.com)

49. All that gear new moms haul in their SUV can become dangerous projectiles if not secured properly. Enter the Safety 1st Just-in-Case Storage Station. The box attaches in the cargo area of your SUV and has spots designed for baby essentials like diapers and wipes. ($35; walmart.com)

50. FOODUCATE Scan bar codes for grades (A through F) based on food's nutritional benefits. (free; iTunes)

51. JJ Cole Collections' new Broadway Stroller starts as a bassinet and converts to a forward- or rear-facing toddler seat. Customize your canopy with the color swap system. (stroller, $450, colored canopies, $30 each;jjcolecollections.com)

52. Get more life out of the Evenflo Convertible High Chair: It becomes a toddler chair and table, and the price couldn't be more right. ($40; walmart.com)

53. OXO's new wipes dispenser offers a simple solution to that age-old problem of getting a string of baby wipes when you want just one. ($20; buybuybaby.com)

54. Need a diaper-changing station, nursing-friendly spot or eatery with highchairs stat? Find one with the SpeedyTot app. ($2; iTunes)

55. Make-your-own-baby-fooders will love the Béaba Babypote. Just add your own purées and let baby squeeze away. ($15; target.com)

56. Take a cloth-diaper test drive with the GroVia Curious About Cloth set. You get everything you need for about the price of a month's worth of disposables. ($60; bumritediapers.com)

57. The Kiinde Kozii warms breast milk in just seconds to the temp recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention without destroying the good stuff in it. ($70; amazon.com)

58. Baby will love the multitude of riding options of the Cybex u.Go wrap-style baby carrier. You'll love how fashionable it looks. ($80; amazon.com)

59. Nestled inside animal-themed LittleLife Toddler Daysack is a detachable safety rein, a rain hoodie (the shark-style sports teeth!) and plenty of space for your tot's objects of affection. ($40; amazon.com)

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