Ok so we thought we’d share some of our top ten baby products with you today.

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These are the products we are using and loving.  We’ll start with our baby monitor.713izADgyGL._SX522_


1. Summer Infant Digital Color Video Baby Monitor – Dual Coverage

This baby monitor may be short on fancy features but it’s big on practicality.  When our son was born we didn’t have a baby monitor and decided to monitor on our devices instead.  We used mainly the Baby Monitor 3G and loved it for a long time but eventually I wanted something that didn’t have so much light in the room. His our ours where the parent device was located. We also wanted something a bit more reliable that didn’t depend on having a signal.  We needed something with good range and something simple.  I really didn’t want something he’d notice in the room because that would keep him up at night. I also didn’t need something where I could talk to him.  Hearing my voice and not seeing mommy would simply frustrate our little one.  Now that may not be the case for all kids but it is true of our son.  This simple monitor did the trick and eased my worry.  I can monitor our son from anywhere in the house and that means basement, main floor or second floor.  The reception is great and night vision works well too.



2. Graco Blossom 4-in-1 Seating System, Nyssa

I wanted this product for a long time before I got it.  I had seen it when I researching what baby products to buy and I had never seen such a well reviewed product.  I was intrigued and after reading the reviews I knew I had to have it.  For several months I just fed our son on my lap which was a frustrating, messy and limiting process. I also felt like he wasn’t really learning to feed himself that way as mom was always worried about mess. When I was finally able to buy this high chair that changed. Our son took to it right away and learned to feed himself in no time.  The best thing about this is that it grows with your child. It is high chair, infant booster, toddler booster, youth chair. It’s easily maneuvered and not horrible to clean.  Tip: we use a plastic sheet beneath it to protect hardwood floors from messy food stains.


3. Disney Multi Bin Toy Organizer, Mickey Mouse

To wrangle all of Little J’s toys we use this toy bin.  It is a great organizer and a good way to teach little ones to clean up after themselves.  We use it to teach the concept of in and out.  It’s attractive and comes in different designs our little on just happens to love Mickey Mouse.  It’s a small thing but it makes such a difference.




4. Munchkin Bath Letters and Numbers, 36 Count

Make bath time fun and educational! That was my goal when I got these and I am so glad I did.  They are a great teaching tool and our little one really loves sorting them.  They stick to the side of the bath and the bath mirror. Spell out messages to your little one. Pick a letter or number of the day or through them all in the bath.



5. Mega Bloks First Builders Big Building Bag, 80-Piece (Classic)

These are great builders for little ones. We have so much fun naming colors and putting them together.  They are big pieces and easy to play with. We keep these in the packaging they came in so clean up is easy.




6. Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Smart Stages Puppy

I got this for our son’s first birthday and he still enjoys it.  This is teaches parts of the body and sings.  Our little one admittedly pays most attention to the heart button because he loves red and buttons are so cool to him now.  I’m sure he’ll benefit from this one for a long time yet.


7. OXO Tot 4-Piece Feeding Set

We love this set.  Aside from being attractive, this feeding set has really been helpful in teaching our son to feed himself.  The cutlery is easy to hold and it’s BPA, phthalate and PVC free. It’s fairly stable to prevent slipping around when eating.


8. OXO Tot Roll Up Bib

This is a great bib. My favorite applications for this bib include teaching baby to drink from a cup and use during travel.  Our son is just glad he can get his blueberries out there when he’d otherwise loose them. Practical and easy to use.




9. Roku 3 Streaming Media Player (4230R) With Voice Search (2015 model)

One you probably haven’t seen on any other lists. How is a Roku a baby Item? Well let’s see. The tv in my office isn’t hooked up to our provider Direct TV. When I got two Roku boxes for Christmas I hooked one up to the TV in my office. Now I have access to so many programs for myself but also for my son.  On on Roku we enjoy, PBS Kids, The Disney Channel, Hulu and Amazon Prime.  With these we watch Sesame Street, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, He-Man, Calliou and Baby First Tv. When I am working in my office one of these is usually playing in the background.



10. Uncle Goose Braille ABC with Sign Language Blocks – Made in USA

These blocks were a huge hit.  They are one of our son’s favorites.  He loves to stack these as high as he can. They are an attractive set and we love using them as a teaching tool too.


There you have it.  Our current favorite baby items.



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