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Stuff We Love

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Stuff We Love

Check out the drool-worthy things we found this month!

One and Only

We don’t know which we like better: that Evenflo’s Symphony holds kids from 5 to 100 pounds (so you never need another car seat!) or that the latches retract once they connect to your car to wedge the seat in tightly. ($200; evenflo.com)

Snappy Dresser

Your baby can be ready in a flash with Little Miss Matched’s kimono set: Slide the pretty pants on,

then fasten the top’s two side quick-snaps. ($25; littlemissmatched.com)

What a Croc!

It won’t chomp on fingers, but the musical Bright Starts Activigator will keep them busy with soft

textures and sliding rings. Plus, it folds up for travel. ($15; brightstarts.com)

It Takes the Heat

After a meal, you can toss this PVC- and phthalate-free JJ Cole bib right into the dishwasher. If

only the rest of your baby gear cleaned up that effortlessly! ($6 each; jjcoleusa.com)

Well-Seated

After your baby has outgrown the Graco Blossom 4 in 1 Seating System as a high chair, it converts to

a booster and then to a chair. Older-sibling bonus: You can use the booster and youth seat at the same

time! ($180; gracobaby.com)

Oh, boy!

Adorable girl designs are a dime a dozen, but these boy basics by DwellStudio for Target are

aww-inducing. (Bodysuit, $4, hat, $4, booties, $5; Target stores and target.com)

Snooze Buddy

Bedtime may be more appealing when your tot sees a “Tuckin” go “night-night,” too. Each one slips in and

out of its bed. (Just don’t leave it in the crib while your baby sleeps.)
($15 each; odddoll.com)

Soft Serve

Glass bottles can break, and many plastic ones contain BPA, but Prince Lionheart’s are made out of safe, easy-to-grip silicone. We’ll drink to that! ($10 for singles, $25 for a pack of three; twilitemoon.com)

Bringin’ Sexy Back

Don’t let nursing stop you from being a hot mama this Valentine’s Day: Bravado’s Spice nursing bra and

undies are frilly and flirty. ($47 for the bra, $15 for the undies;
bravadodesigns.com)

A pretty nursing cover is nice to have, but $65 is a

steep price. Your baby can play with the bows on the inside, but isn’t being breastfed entertainment

enough? Use it or lose it?