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    32 Things Parent Reviewers Have Said Are "A Lifesaver"

    Including a formula mixing pitcher that is actually a godsend if you have twins.

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    1. A pack of vomit bags with a twist-and-seal structure that'll come to the rescue when a tummy bug hits on the road.

    Person vomiting into bag while on a plane
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    Promising review: "I ordered these again at a stoplight after I handed my child the last of my initial stash. They are a lifesaver to have in the car. They have saved many a car seat and hours of cleaning. And they've saved us from that dreaded smell. Oh, ​that smell. Get them, stash them everywhere, and save yourself from that smell!" —EFSull

    Get a pack of 45 from Amazon for $16.99.

    2. A bestselling Dr. Brown's formula mixing pitcher that'll let you make a big batch ahead of time because prepping individual bottles is so dang *time consuming.* Plus, its rotating blade is designed to minimize clumping and bubbles.

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    Promising review: "I am so glad this exists! I heard about it in a twin Facebook group and decided to check it out. What a lifesaver, seriously. With newborn twins who eat twice as much it was exhausting prepping single bottles all day and for night feedings. Now we can make formula for eight 5-ounce bottles quickly for night feedings and in the morning I make a small batch for supplementing with breast milk as needed throughout the day. If you have multiples or several children who are still drinking formula, this is a must buy!" —Ladyhawk

    Promising review: "This pitcher has been a lifesaver for us. Not only is it convenient, it works really well and we don't get lumps in the formula. The only formula our little one will eat and not spit up terribly is also very foamy if it gets shaken. The pitcher prevents that from happening, as it doesn't introduce much air into the formula, which has helped immensely with our baby's spit up and gas issues. Our baby is clearly happier and suffers less tummy pain because of this product. I'd buy it again and again if I needed to, but I probably won't ever have to because it's also well-made and easy to take apart and clean." —Iliketurtles

    Get it from Amazon for $9.39.

    3. A Melissa & Doug magnetic responsibility chart that'll help if you're struggling with less-than-desirable behaviors. It'll let you set expectations and reward your child with smiley faces for not only doing chores but also being a nice little human. A little positive reinforcement never hurt anyone...right?

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    The sets comes with two fabric hinged dry-erase boards (one with spaces to track seven goals, and one that’s blank for magnet storage), a hanging cord, and 90 magnets featuring behavior and rewards like get ready for bed, get dressed, take bath, clear table, put toys away, share, brush teeth, apologize, say please, thank you, help with indoor/outdoor chores, no teasing, show respect and more! Plus, there are two blank magnets to write your own personal goals.

    Promising review: "I bought this when my 3-year-old was having horrible fits. Negative reinforcement did not work with him....no matter how long he would sit in time out, or how many toys he had taken away, etc. His behavior immediately got better once I showed him the magnets. He learned not to whine, keep hands to himself, etc. As soon as he started learning that bad behavior means 'no magnets,' his temper tantrums ceased. We even added one that we call 'listening ears.' He is now 4.5 years old and we still use the chart. He loves it! He started bringing home "bad notes" from the teacher at day care, so I spoke with her and told her about the magnet system. Now when he misbehaves and does not listen, she reminds him of the magnets and he behaves much better. This chart has been a lifesaver to our family!" —Lisa V

    Get it from Amazon for $23.07.

    4. A pack of toilet seat covers to have on hand if it feels like an impossible-seeming task to keep your child's hands off those gross public restroom seats.

    Reviewer's photo showing the seat cover on a toilet
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    Promising review: "These little things are a lifesaver. We have triplets (twins age 3, and a 4-year-old) that are all just too small for a regular toilet. Combine that with activities outdoors and portable potties and we were in need of some serious help. We coupled these covers with a travel toilet seat, and have never looked back. Little hands no longer touching all the nasty parts of public toilets. These things are small enough to fold up and pack but big enough to cover the whole toilet and down the sides a bit. Perfect all the way around." —linzeemay

    Get a pack of 24 covers from Amazon for $9.49.

    5. A Whiskware pancake batter mixer with a BlenderBall wire whisk that'll let you whip up a batch of pancakes at lightning speed on hectic mornings — no separate mixing bowl, messy spoons, or batter-coated countertops. Simply add your ingredients, shake, and pour from the spout. Breakfast's ready 😋!

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    Promising review: "Ohhhh, what a lifesaver. My husband is the pancake maker in our house, it's something special he does with the kids on weekends while he lets me sleep in a bit. However, when I wake up and come downstairs, I always found a huge mess to clean up. He cooks them, but never cleaned up. I never complained (Hey, I get to sleep in!!) but offered suggestions on how to cook without making such a mess. We're talking not only mixing bowls not rinsed out with now dried pancake batter caking them, to drips of batter on my stove, on the floor, and in my CLEAN cast iron skillet that sits next to the stove. I had enough when I came down to find dried pancake batter on THREE of the stoves burners. I had to dismantle the stove to clean it. Making memories with the kids is great, making more work for mom is NOT! I saw this pancake mixer in passing while browsing Amazon and knew I had to get it. It works. Great. Messes are gone. The only thing I need to do is rinse out this product when I get up, and then put it in the dishwasher. Thank you, thank you, thank you Blenderbottle. You took a lot of stress off my shoulders!!" —Dugrace

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    6. A pack of diaper booster pads if you're on the verge of losing it because your munchkin has been waking up every single night with pee-soaked pajamas. These clever inserts will absorb the *flood* to stop diaper leaks ONCE AND FOR ALL.

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    Promising review: "Oh my goodness these are a LIFESAVER. My 2-year-old pees a lot overnight and was leaking through his overnight diapers every night. His pants would get soaked and I would have to change him in the middle of the night or feel horrible letting him sleep in his own pee. Then I read about these booster pads so I thought I'd give them a try. It totally worked. My kid doesn't leak through anymore. I would definitely recommend this for heavy night wetters." —Christine

    Get a three-pack of 90 pads from Amazon for $32.99.

    7. And a diaper cream applicator so your fingernails are never victimized again by that greasy, sticky paste.

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    Promising review: "Yes, it’s weird. I laughed (to myself) when I got one as a baby gift. Then my baby got her first rash and after wrestling a diaper closed with fingers covered in diaper cream I remembered this and oh boy what a lifesaver. It applies cream evenly and wipes clean. I now have two and will probably buy a third for the diaper bag. It’s also nice for people who have sensory issues or are new to diaper-changing. Yes it’s weird, but it’s also crazy useful." —jp

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (available in five colors).

    8. A pack of spill-proof Munchkin snack catchers with flexible flaps that'll allow easy access for little hands BUT prevent Cheerios from *flying everywhere*. Not having to clean your toddler's trail of snacks? These deserve a gold medal, if you ask me.

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    Promising review: "I get these for EVERY new parent I know. I discovered them and bought a bunch when my daughter was about two, and they were a lifesaver. I read that they were invented by a young mother who wanted a snack container that would contain food but have it be accessible for her child, so that he could be more independent but also neat...and it works! SO convenient. No more constantly handing Cheerios one at a time to your child...or cleaning up a car full of them! They are ALWAYS appreciated as gifts...and top-rack dishwasher safe! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED." —Arwen54321

    Get a pack of two from Amazon for $5.95 (available in two color combos).

    9. A genius silicone placemat with toy tethers (as seen on Shark Tank) if your toddler's favorite pastime when you eat out is to throw their toys (spoons, napkins...and anything else they can get their hands on *sigh*) on the floor. This will keep them busy so you can actually enjoy that glass of rosé.

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    Promising review: "THIS. This product is a lifesaver!! My daughter is a mess when we go out to restaurants. She throws her toys on the floor at least 12 times, and is losing her snacks somehow and is just frustrated and fussy. The first time I used this product, I was able actually enjoy a meal out. My daughter didn't lose her snacks, because it has a spot for them. Not one toy hit the ground and she loved the silicone attachments (she's teething). I will forever recommend this." —Kindle Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (available in seven colors).

    10. A bug bite suction tool (invented by a mom) that's worth the Shark Tank hype. This ingenious device sucks out all kinds of bug bites, instantly relieving itching and swelling, so your kids aren't left scratching all day.

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    Promising review: "Lifesaver! I got this just in time for a family camping trip, as my child and I are both highly allergic to mosquitoes and the bites swell up very badly. We both used this on our bites and I am shocked at the results! The bites did not swell up like they normally do, and the itching was reduced to a minimum. I am absolutely sold and would recommend this product to anyone with bug bite issues!" —dzmom

    Promising review: "Seriously! Buy this. Buy multiple, keep one in the car, in the camper, in the bathroom, everywhere! This sucker (pun intended) WORKS! Like his mama, my son has sensitive skin and is extremely reactive to bug bites. He was stung by multiple wasps on the playground and I had this in my car, luckily. We got all the stingers out, no pain, no tears, and the best part, NO WELTS! Normally his skin would swell up and these horrible purple welts would be at each and every spot where he was bitten/stung, so painful for him. But, after using this right away, we had to really look hard for the spots were he got stung the next morning. I've since used it on fire ant bites on our feet (iykyk) and it worked like a charm. No itch or weird whitehead from the bite, a lifesaver for sure! DO NOT hesitate to buy this, it's worth it and then some!" —Rebecca

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95 (available in two colors).

    11. Speaking of Shark Tank, a nifty car seat buckle release tool so you don't have to sacrifice your nails to unbuckle your child's seatbelt. Am I the only one who gets irrationally annoyed when it takes approx. one million tries to get them free?

    Amazon

    Promising review: "This product has been a lifesaver for my thumbs! It makes unbuckling my grandbaby's car seat so easy. Before the Unbuckle Me carseat tool, my thumb would hurt from trying to press down the button on the car seat as I have arthritis in my thumbs and the baby would cry while waiting to get out of the carseat. With this tool, the baby is unbuckled in a flash and my thumb does not hurt. I simply clip it to the side of the carseat, out of baby's reach, when not in use. This is a must-have product, especially for grandparents!" —Pam Stef

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    12. A Fridababy three-step cradle cap system with 13,000 5-star (!!!) reviews for any parent looking for an all-in-one remedy. Just use the foam sponge to lather up baby's head, then loosen the flakes by massaging with the gentle bristle brush and finally lift flakes ~oh so gently~ with the fine tooth comb.

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    Promising review: "This is one of those 'where has this been my whole life' products. I have three kids and only found this product with the 3rd. All three of my kids had various levels of cradle cap and this thing can not even be compared to other products, and I have tried them all! My son also had a helmet to help shape his head and this was a lifesaver for bath time! It is now my go to baby shower gift!." —Amy Stonaker

    Get it from Amazon for $14.88.

    13. A Montessori busy board to provide an alternative to screen time on car rides and to keep ~busy little bees~ occupied figuring out the mechanics of zippers, buttons, laces and buckles. It also folds up conveniently with handles, making it easy to tote around.

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    Promising review: "I bought this for my 2-year-old son for a long car ride. He loved it. He loves playing with buckles and not only enjoyed those but the other types of fasteners/ties that he doesn't typically encounter. He also loved the velcro alphabet. Was such a lifesaver in the car and so much better than a tablet." —Mickey

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    14. A box of Avarelle hydrocolloid patches with a blend of tea tree oil and calendula oils that'll suck out all the gunk and shrink zits overnight. It'll become your secret weapon to help your teen (or you) combat breakouts.

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    Promising review: "I have referred this product to every one I know!!! I originally found these on a couple of lists of Amazon must buy products so I decided to purchase them. We were not disappointed!! Being in my mid thirties I don’t get very many pimples but when I do they always seem to be painful and these little things help tremendously in just one wearing. My daughter is 16 and has very bad hormonal acne and these patches are a lifesaver especially when it comes to keeping her from picking at her face. We have purchased multiple times and will continue purchasing!!!" —Carly

    Get 40 patches from Amazon for $8.49.

    15. A sleep-training alarm clock that uses colors and stinkin' cute *facial expressions* to teach the kiddos when it's time for bed and time to wake up. (Does it make a grumpy face if they hop out of bed at 5 a.m.? Asking for a friend.)

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    Promising review: "This was a lifesaver!!! My 4-year-old was getting up at 5:30 :( and we could not convince him to go back to bed. We found this clock and we're amazed at the results. My son loves it! He gets so excited when it turns green and he can get out of bed, or when he wakes up and it is green. It seems to have helped train him to sleep in longer. It is easy to set up. Our only complaint is the light from the indicator (red, yellow, green) is soooo bright. We tip the clock on its face so his room does not light up. He can still see the color, so it's fine. But I do wish we could dim it. Don't let this stop you from getting it though, it was worth every penny!" —JW

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99.

    16. A sunrise simulation alarm clock for anyone whose toddler or teen finds it *physically impossible* to get out of bed now that later sunrises are causing dark, dreary days outside. This clock will wake them up with gradual lighting and zen nature sounds instead of jarring them out of sleep.

    Reviewer's photo of the lit up alarm clock on a nightstand
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    Promising review: "Total lifesaver! Considering some of these clocks can run well over $100, the $38 I spent on this was a great investment. I had really been struggling with getting my kids (5&6) up in the morning for school, having to go in every couple of minutes, starting out sweet and loving and ending with me being a complete psychopath before they would actually get up. I have the light set to start getting brighter about 20 minutes before wake up and the alarm, which we have set to bird noises (a lot less annoying than the beep of a regular alarm), starts at wake-up time. Overall, it's a very nice, peaceful transition. Best of all, since the purchase, I haven't even had to walk into my kid's rooms to get them up, not even once. Pro tip: if your kids are like mine (little sleep-stealing jerks, I mean angels) and wake at the crack of dawn, long before any alarm would normally go off, on the weekends, this will be irrelevant. If you have nice children who sleep in, don't forget to turn off the alarm on Friday night :)" —Rosebud

    Get it from Amazon for $45.98.

    17. A detangling brush that'll glide through knots to turn your kiddo's daily hair-brushing ordeal into a painless experience minus the *ouchies or tears* (for both of you). Just trust the 40,000+ people who gave it a 5-star review.

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    Reviewers swear this brush works on all hair types: straight, wavy, or curly (from 3a–4c hair).

    Promising review: "My preschooler has hair down to the middle of her back and frequently gets snarls and tangles. For the longest time now she would scream bloody murder any time I got near her to brush it UNTIL we got this brush! It’s been a lifesaver. She now sits still and doesn’t pitch a fit when I brush her hair because this brush doesn’t pull her hair. She even volunteers to brush it herself now. Her hair really shines after brushing it now. HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BRUSH TO ANYONE WITH LONG HAIR." —Kyle Spitzer

    Get it from Amazon for $11.88 (available in six colors).

    18. And a coconut and shea butter kids conditioning detangler with 10,000 5-star reviews (!!!) raving that it's the BEST STUFF ON THE PLANET. Just a few spritzes will combat hair woes — from making knots vanish to taming frizz.

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    BTW, it's not just for kids; adults love it too and say it detangles and softens straight and curly (including 4a–4c) hair!

    Promising review: "We have a 4-year-old who has type 3a curls and this stuff is a lifesaver! We use it pretty liberally and it still lasts a really long time. It smells great and goes on easy. It’s a great value for the price!! I have type 3b curls and I use it sometimes as well. It’s great!." —Ariel

    Get it from Amazon for $3.78.

    19. A car baby monitor to provide a crystal-clear view of your bub from the dashboard. A game-changer for anyone who is fully aware of how painful it is to readjust a back-seat mirror or pull over to check on a crying baby at every stoplight.

    Reviewer's photo of their child on the screen on their dash board
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    Promising review: "MUST-HAVE! This has been a lifesaver! My daughter had breathing issues whenever she was smaller and this really gave me peace of mind when we had to go somewhere. It’s easy to install and works perfectly! I highly recommend it!" —kora hiatt

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    20. A pack of sink extenders to save your back the strain of hoisting your little one over the sink. Not to mention they'll love the independence of washing their hands all by themselves.

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    Promising review: "Lifesaver. LOVE these faucet extenders! Perfect for my 2-year-old to reach the sink! And they were easy to put on our oddly shaped faucets!." —

    RaeK

    Get a two-pack from Amazon for $9.85.

    21. A waterproof potty training watch that'll come to the rescue if your fully potty trained preschooler is suddenly having accidents. This gadget exists for the sole purpose of reminding kiddos to use the toilet on the reg. Before you know it, they'll be excitedly yelling “potty time" when the alarm goes off. *What a time to be alive!*

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    You can preset intervals of 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 2 hours, and 3 hours. The watch has a built-in proximity sensor and only sounds alerts when it is worn so no need to turn it off at night. How smart is that?

    Promising review: "Lifesaver. My son was having multiple accidents a day for the last nine months. We had tried everything and tried this because we had nothing to lose. My son has been dry since we put this watch on about two weeks ago. He is much more willing to go potty when the watch goes off than when I would tell him to go. I don’t know why it works so well but it did for us.." —lalalauren

    Get it from Amazon for $23.95.

    22. The Pink Stuff, a magical all-purpose cleaning paste so you don't need to go into full panic mode when lipstick (or Sharpie) marks mysteriously appear on your walls. (Good luck keeping the little Picassos out of your makeup bag though!)

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    Promising review: "I saw this on TikTok and had to try it. Being a mom and a babysitter, we have the occasional crayon or marker on surfaces it is not supposed to be. This takes it right off without a ton of elbow grease. I also used it on my converse today. They were covered in dirt and grass stains from doing yard work and now they look brand-new. This stuff is a lifesaver!" —TammyC117

    Get it from Amazon for $7.15.

    23. A bed rail fully capable of ensuring that toddlers who are ready to graduate to a "big kid" bed won't roll out in the middle of the night. It has thousands of 5-star reviews for a reason.

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    Promising review: "This is a lifesaver literally and figuratively speaking lol. We are first time parents and made the biggest mistake of bringing our 1-year-old to our bed when she would wake up in the middle of the night two to three times. We wake up early and just decided to bring her to bed with us. Now she no longer wants to sleep in her crib SMH. She is a wild sleeper and fell from our bed twice. I immediately got my phone to order this online. We absolutely LOVE it!!!!!!! We don't have to keep waking up to see if she is near the edge of the bed or anything like that. These bed rails are long (wish they were longer) and of excellent quality! I have woken up and she is literally right on the edge and the rail is keeping her from falling. She weighs 26 lbs. Good quality and strong enough to hold a crazy sleeper!!" —Pseudopod

    Get it from Amazon for $36.99.

    24. An ingenious sandwich cutter and sealer so you can make your own Smucker's Uncrustables copycats at home without spending nearly $10 for a box. Prepare for your life to be *utterly butterly* changed.

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    Promising review: "As a mom of two kids, 2 and 5, who HATE crust this is a lifesaver! It saves so much money to buy these instead of Uncrustables." —Baleigh W

    Get it from Amazon for $17.96.

    25. Comforting Frida Baby vapor drops with organic eucalyptus and lavender essential oils to plop in your bath or humidifier to relieve stuffiness and congestion and ~open up airways~ for a restful snooze. *Instant relief for them and for you.*

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    Safe for babes 3+ months.

    Promising review: "This has been a lifesaver when my son gets sick. I add a few drops to his humidifier. I like the smell better than Vicks, not too over powering. It lasts a long time which is great and makes it worth the money. I used to use the Vicks pads for my Vicks humidifier but those were expensive too and could not be reused." —Sara

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    26. An inexpensive portable white noise machine that'll clip to a stroller or car seat and drown out noises lulling your baby to sleep in unfamiliar places with calming, spa-like sounds. It has thousands of 5-star reviews for a reason (adults swear by it too!)

    The portable white noise machine
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    Promising review: "I had one of these with my first baby and we wore it out; so baby number two 4.5 years later needed another ones it’s been nicely updated with more durable plastic, a timer function and the battery cover screws on tight. First time parents might think this is an excessive baby product, absolutely not. It is an absolute lifesaver. We use it everywhere on the stroller and when we’re vacationing. Easiest $10 I could spend to soothe a crying baby!" —Darling Harlet

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    27. An ingenious portable vibrating pad you can tuck in a crib mattress, bassinet, car seat, or stroller to create gentle vibrations to help your munchkin drift off just about anywhere. No more driving desperately around the block playing CoComelon's "Yes Yes Bedtime Song" on repeat to get them to sleep.

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    BTW, it's not just for babies; adult reviewers swear by it too.

    Promising review: "This thing was a lifesaver. Although I did use it a few times for my baby's mattress, the main way I use this is in the car. My little one would scream his little lungs out in the car every single time we put him in his carseat. I put this thing in between the seat and his leg and it puts him right to sleep! It is a great distraction for those babies who can't stand car rides (if you have one of those then you know just how torturous it is)! I regret not getting this thing sooner!" —P.Paige

    Promising review: "I was unable to get my baby to sleep anywhere else besides her swing and her vibrating bouncy seat. I needed her to start sleeping in her crib but she refused(little stinker!!!)! So I found this and it has been an absolute lifesaver. It has an auto-shut off after 30 mins which is perfect. The typical crib mattress is dense enough that the unit won't vibe your kid too much, but just enough to lull them to sleep. Two thumbs WAY WAY up! I am getting this for all my friends for baby shower gifts. It's downright invaluable! =D." —ForeverAmazonMomCustomer

    Get it from Amazon for $18.49.

    28. A two-in-one silicone feeder pacifier set to help soothe achy gums and introduce new foods (without fear of choking). Just fill with frozen fruits, veggies or breastmilk and let your LO chomp their way to ~cold, yummy relief.~

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    Reviewers say these silicone feeders are *waaay* easier to clean than the mesh ones because all the pieces come apart so there's no food residue left behind.

    The set contains two feeders, two large silicone teats, two medium silicone teats and two small silicone teats.

    Promising review: "I don't usually leave reviews, but this thing is a lifesaver! My 5 and a half month old has been teething for a while and recently started on solids. This kills two birds with one stone 🙌🏾 I put frozen fruit in it, and not only is he getting to eat the fruit but the chill soothes his gums. I LOVE THIS! Recommending this item to all my new mom friends. :-)" —Brigette Broughton

    Get a set from Amazon for $13.99 (available in two color combos).

    29. A plant-based anti-chafing balm to glide on with your clothes and save you and your kids' thighs from enduring the *dreaded* burn.

    A model applying the balm to her inner thigh
    Amazon

    Promising review: "This stuff saved my beach vacation. My son always gets nasty chafe and rub rash from playing in the water and then running around in his wet shorts. Usually half way through the day he's ready to go because it stings so bad, then it's going home slathering the rash with Desitin while he sits on the couch. We put this on his inner thighs every day before we went to the beach and never even had pinkish skin, never mind a rash!! It's very dry, non greasy and goes on smooth and colorless just like a deodorant with no scent either. It's absolutely a lifesaver!!!" —C. Millin

    Get it from Amazon for $8 (available in three sizes).

    30. A pack of Melissa & Doug Reusable Water-Reveal Activity Pads aka a *godsend* in a car, plane, or restaurant. Just fill the pen with water and watch the kiddos color ~over and over~. Who knew you could enjoy a glass of wine without fearing a crayon explosion?

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    Promising review: "My family and I went on a 27-hour road trip for the Christmas holiday. Needless to say I was a bit anxious over the idea of traveling with a 4-, 2-, and 1-year-old. These things were a lifesaver! I had bought quite a few other activities for them to do but they kept returning to these. I love that there is no cleanup and they are reusable. I also thought the pen storage was a really nifty idea. The pages are a thick chipboard-like material so that there is no water leakage between pages. We still use these. Sometimes I pull them out while I'm getting dinner ready and it keeps them occupied. All in all, a great buy, and Amazon had the best deal on them." —Dina

    Get a pack of three from Amazon for $16.99.

    31. A pack of reusable steam clean bags that'll let you sterilize bottles, pump parts, and pacifiers in the microwave in about *three minutes!* to make pumping at work or sanitizing baby bottles on trips infinitely easier.

    Steam clean bags with bottles and pump parts on a desk
    Amazon

    Just pop the bottles or parts in the bag with 2 ounces of water, microwave for about three minutes, and you’re done. A single bag can be used up to 20 times, so you’ll get a lot of use out of each one.

    Promising review: "We use these on the go at friends' houses or while traveling and staying at hotels or other people's homes. They are also perfect for if you don't have any bottles sanitized and your baby doesn't want to wait for a slower sanitizer. You can use these up to 20 times per bag and several come in a bag so they last a long time. I can fit two 8-ounce bottles in one bag. You can wash bottles, pump parts, and pacifiers and even plastic baby spoons in here. I have had a few spots on his bottles mess up/get damaged slightly from the heat but honestly these are such a lifesaver that I haven't minded. I washed my Elvie parts in here on trips after every use (six times a day) and never had an issue and those supposedly warp easily. These are a must-have."—reed

    Get a pack of 12 from Amazon for $10.49.

    32. A stroller cover to keep your little one dry just in case you're caught in a rainstorm en route to Fantasyland at Disney.

    Reviewer's photo showing the stroller cover at Disney
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    Promising review: "We used this on our recent trip to Disney in Florida, and it was a lifesaver for the sudden rains. Kept our kiddo dry without stopping her from seeing the views. It fit our stroller just fine and packed away pretty easily when we were done with it. :) Definitely recommend!"—Patrice T.

    Get it from Amazon for $14.98 (available in three colors).

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