Stuff We Love

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Stuff We Love

Check out the stuff we just can’t live without

Fancy Footwork

Is your newborn too small for real shoes? Get your cute fix with these funky socks. ($25 for six pairs, more “shoe” styles available;

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Get 10% off a Kuster K2 High Chair

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Jazzy Toes Baby Socks

Breezy Bag

If you can’t live without your Lands’ End tote, you’ll love their new diaper bag, which is also available in blue or pink trim. ($30;

Fuss Buster
This hippo towel from Aquatopia, made of thin MicroDry fabric, zaps water — and folds up tiny for travel! ($15;

“My guy hates getting dried off; this towel minimizes whining!” –Elizabeth Shaw, mom of Jason, 18 months

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Aquatopia Hippo Cosy Cuddles Hooded Poncho

Bug Beater

Gentle Naturals Deet-Free Bug Repellent is made with geranium and cinnamon oils, keeping your tot bite-free. ($5;

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Gentle Naturals Deet-Free Bug Repellent

Think Pink

Get your little ladybug some much-needed tummy time on this adorable play mat. The mirror will grab her attention, and we love the fresh, girly design. ($30;

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Tiny Love Tummy Time Fun Ladybug Activity Mat

Eye Candy

Rated G, but oh-so-much better. These sexy dads do all the dirty work in Porn for New Moms. You’ll have your hubby vacuuming in an ironed shirt in no time (a girl can dream). ($12;

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Porn for New Moms

Animal Kingdom

Transform the nursery — and reserve the right to change your mind — with these removable decals by Wee Gallery. ($38 for 75 decals;

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Wee Gallery Wall Stickers

Balls of Fun

These wooden Discovery Balls by Haba each offer a different treat — a rattle, a clacker, and a kaleidoscope — to help curious babes develop fine motor skills. Yes, he’ll put them in his mouth — and yes, the paint is lead-free. ($5 each;

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Discovery Ball

One to Grow On

The splurge-worthy Kuster K2 High Chair is easy to clean, folds in a snap, and converts to a big-kid seat.
($200,6 months and up;

10% off! Enter code BT10offK2 at checkout.

Use It — or Lose It?

A company called Stickee-Buns just launched outfit sets with nonskid designs on the rear end. Supposedly, they keep babies from sliding down in bouncers and swings. We’re not sure stabilizing a slippery behind is worth $40, but what do you think? Sweet treat or indigestion?

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