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Encourage your fledgling crawler or walker to follow along with Chicco's Baby Space robot. The smiley-faced toy lights up, giggles, and waddles forward with the push of a button that's big enough for even your 1-year-old to handle. ($22; chiccousa.com)
- Hot Seat
Three easy-to-change reclining positions make the BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance a sweet spot for relaxing, bouncing, or snoozing -- and your baby can use it until he's 29 pounds. ($170; babiesrus.com)
- Time Cards
Nix the annual Christmas letter: Everyone would rather see what your cutie's been up to with captioned photos on Minted's Time Line Holiday Cards. ($200 to $250 for 100 cards; Babytalk readers can enter code BABYTALK at minted.com and pay only $170 to $212.50 for 100 cards)
- High Style For Less
For a decked-out, mod nursery that won't break the bank, check out Amy Coe's new line of cribs, hampers, storage boxes, and more. ($5 to $350; babiesrus.com)
- Bedtime Buddy
Watching the colorful water animals spinning around the pond in Tiny Love's Nature's Serenade could put you to sleep! When your baby outgrows the mobile, the base becomes a musical nightlight. ($55; tinylove.com)
- Both Sides Now
Give your aching shoulders a break: Infantino's Front 2 Back Rider lets you tote your tot three different ways, and it's a fraction of the price of other carriers. ($30; target.com)
A laugh-out-loud DVD you and your hubby will love, Being Dad follows 40 guys as they learn about pregnancy sex, epidurals, and parenthood. ($30; beingdadusa.com)
- Recall Alert!
We loved these Discovery Balls, but they've been recalled by the manufacturer, Haba. There have been no reported injuries associated with their use, but mirrors on a similar toy made by Haba can become loose and pose a choking hazard, so Haba is recalling Discovery Balls as well. To find out how to get a refund if you bought this toy, visit this page.
- Use It or Lose It?
Of course you want a germ-free eating surface for your baby when you dine out, but would you lug along the Neatnik Saucer ($48.50; neat niksaucer.com) and slide it onto a restaurant high chair to keep things clean?