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    19 Things You’ll Want To Buy For Babies (And New Parents) On Prime Day

    Baby, have we've got some deal for you, from car seats and blankies to monitors and snot suckers.

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    Amazon Prime Day, the day when Amazon has more deals than you could ever conceivably look through in an ENTIRE LIFETIME ends today!

    We waded through the mountains of bargains for you and found some of the best deals in every category. FYI — deals move quickly on Prime Day. We’ll do our best to keep this post and imagery as up-to-date as possible, but we can’t catch everything immediately. 

    Check back throughout Prime Day to see our latest updates as the deals change!

    Note: To get these deals you have to be a Prime member, so if you aren’t already, sign up for a free 30 day trial here.

    1. A 2-in-1 Graco convertible car seat for 29% off with over 50,000 (!!!) reviews that grows with our child grows with your child from rear-facing harness (4–50lbs) to forward-facing harness (22–65 pounds).


    Promising review: "This is a great cars eat! I love it. I have both my three-year-old and one-year-old in it. One is rear-facing and the other forward-facing. They both love their seats and are always comfortable looking. Their heads never fall forward while sleeping either. We were recently in a 6x rollover accident at 70mph with our boys in this brand of car seat. Neither of them was injured at all! I will never own another brand of car seat." —Fulton Wife

    Price: $149.99 (originally $211.99, available in six colors).

    2. A long-range Babysense baby monitor for 20% off to keep a very clear eye an open ear on baby from anywhere in the home (up to a 960-foot range) day or night (thank to night vision).

    The baby monitor and camera

    Promising review: "It's perfect for both day and night. I love the split screen option so I that I can watch both of my kids at the same time. It has really given me peace of mind having this monitor. My two favorite things about this monitor are that it doesn't need Wi-Fi to run—which makes it much safer against anyone that may hack it, and I can talk to my kids through it instead of constantly disturbing them to check on them." —Vee

    Price: $119.98 (originally $149.98).  

    3. A FridaBaby Baby Basics Kit for 43% off which includes a snot-sucker, a gas-passer, a nail trimmer, and a silicone cradle-cap brush to deal with just a handful of the day-to-day issues your baby will present.


    Promising review: "If you are looking for a great baby shower gift look no further. This kit has been a lifesaver when it has come to my newborn.

    As far as the product "Windi" is concerned, I thought wow I will never use this. Now I think the fart straw is the handiest product on the market with my colicky gassy baby. The head scrubber gently exfoliates. The snot sucker is way nicer than a bulb syringe. I have used every product in the kit and my son is still only six weeks old." —SP

    Price: $24.49 (originally $39.99).

    4. A battery-operated Star Wars "The Child" LED night light (even though he has a name and it's Grogu) for 25% off so you won't have to rely on the Force while trying to change diapers in the dark.

    Head of Grogu illuminated on nightstand

    Promising review: "So cute. Not very big, but it doesn’t need to be. It’s nice for a little night light that you can sit on a night table or desk or anywhere in a bedroom, etc. Gives off quite a good amount of light but not overpowering. Has two brightness settings- just need to tap the bottom with your hand to adjust brightness. I love it." —Loyal Amazon Customer

    Price: $14.97 (originally $19.99).  

    5. A baby lounger for 39% off to take quick naps on the go or when the preferred bed or crib isn't available.


    Promising review: "Do you have a baby that doesn’t not sleep well at night? Are you tired of waking up in the middle of the night? I was until I bought this baby nest. It simulates the baby still being in the womb. My daughter would not sleep all night until I got this. It is super soft and made of 100% organic cotton. The end closes or opens up for when your baby gets bigger." —Mr. Iceman

    Price: $55.83 (originally $90.99). 

    6. An eight-pack (trust us, you're gonna want to buy in bulk) of Mama Bear diaper pail refills for 22% off because that Diaper Genie doesn't grant any wishes unless it's full of blue plastic bags.

    Stack of eight blue circular diaper genie refills

    Promising review: "These are awesome!!. I bought them about three weeks ago but wanted to wait until we have gone through a refill to leave a review. We have a diaper genie and I bought these in place of the Diaper Genie brand refills because of the price difference, BEST DECISION!!! The refills fit perfectly, these are so much thicker and really keep the smell contained, way better than the Diaper Genie brand. I was so surprised because of the price difference. As long as we have the diaper genie I will never buy the name brand refills." —Destiny 

    Price: $26.51 (originally $33.99).  

    7. A double-sided, reversible Baby Care play mat for 20% off with a black and white patterned for little babies and an animal pattern for less little babies. Comes with a free two-year warranty!


    Promising review: "This exceeded my expectations in a couple of ways. It's soft and looks and feels like great quality. I love that one side is black and white which is great for newborns and infants. The cute animal side will be great for later use when my baby is older. Sometimes I even do yoga on it, and it's super comfortable. If you're worried about the ends curling when you first unroll it, just give it a week or so. Overall, this was such a great purchase." —Wendy WK

    Price: $127.96 (originally $159.95).

    8. A pack of baby-proofing edge and corner guard tape for 34% off, because every piece of furniture in your home with a right angle is soon to be safety hazard.


    Promising review: "Sturdy and stays in place. Our little girl was waking (and falling) by 6.5 so these are a must. Especially right before bed she gets clumsy and falls extra. We placed these along the edges of our coffee table and they are great. They were inconspicuous for the most part. Once our daughter noticed it and tried chewing it but they stayed firm and did not break. It comes with a great sticky backing 3M tape roll." —Mar

    Price: $11.23 (originally $16.99).

    9. A waterproof baby diaper backpack with changing pad for 49% off with thirteen different pockets that will hold all the necessary items for when your little pooper needs to make a pit stop and there's nowhere else to park them.

    Image of gray backpack closed,

    Promising review: "So far, so good! We just replaced another diaper backpack because my husband and I like it so much. We love our new one, and all the storage spaces, plus the ability to hang from the stroller. It's just what we need when we need to pack a few things for the kiddos and go! Would definitely recommend this over other traditional diaper bags, plus this one was perfect for our budget." —Tanya R

    Price: $20.47+ (originally $39.99, available in four colors).  

    10. A 6-in1 Lillebaby ergonomic baby and child carrier for 35% off so you can go hands-free with bebé without breaking your back.

    A woman with her child strapped in the carrier

    Promising review: "Definitely worth the money! I got this as a baby shower gift and I’m so glad that I did! When my baby was smaller I would wear him in the front but now that he’s gotten bigger I put him on my back. I can still wear him in the front if I want to. My baby is comfy and is able to look around and it is very comfortable for me to wear and also my husband! I had to watch a couple of tutorials on how to wear this but once you get the hang of it your gold!" —Busy Family

    Price: $77.99 (originally $119.99).  

    11. A set of suction baby bowls and plates for 26% off that will make sure that there are no spills and messes to clean up after a yummy meal.

    A picture of the plates with a mixtures of berries on one of the plates

    Promising review: "My two-year-old son LOVES his “special bowl” because it does not knock over easy! My 10-month-old loves her plate and spoons! However, make sure you have a very clean surface or they can eventually pull it up. But overall I LOVE them." —Patricia G. 

    Price: $20.77 (originally $27.97).  

    12. An electric nail trimmer set for 45% off, because tiny baby nails slice like Wolverine's adamantium claws, and cutting them can be a precarious proposition.

    Nail trimmer kit with multiple heads and clipper

    Promising review: "I use this almost exclusively on my five-month-old and have since she was a newborn. I LOVE it. It’s so much easier than using clippers and it does come with clippers if you ever need them. It’s so gentle that it doesn’t hurt them if you accidentally slip, but it does work to file the nails down! When she was a newborn, I used it when she fell asleep on me after feeding (much easier when she’s asleep) and now that she only sleeps in her crib, I use it while distracting her with Baby Einstein. I definitely recommend this product!" —Kathryn

    Price: $13.71 (originally $24.99). 

    13. A three-pack of large muslin swaddle blankets for 25% off that do more so much more than just swaddling for your baby. Use them for burp cloths, nursing covers, car seat and stroller covers, pram cover, and eventually toddler blankets.


    Promising review: "Love these blankets!! They are bigger than some of the other swaddles I've purchased, which I really like. They feature good material and the print is really cute! I've only washed once so far but the material and print seems to be holding up well." —Becky Acton

    Price: $22.49 (originally $29.99).

    14. A travel-friendly, diaper rash cream roll-on stick for 50% off which applies so much easier and less messy than paste from a tube. And couldn't new parents use one less mess in their lives?

    Colorful packaging of diaper rash cream with ingredients in background

    Promising review: "This stuff is basically magic. My baby has bad eczema and he would get diaper rashes so easily. I apply this after the onset of a rash and bam it’s gone sometimes by the next diaper change. I bought a second one to use on some parts of his skin, as I didn’t want to use the one I put on his bum. Highly recommend." —KwleFam

    Price: $7.49 (originally $14.99). 

    15. A Roomba robot vacuum for 33% off so new parents can watch the house get cleaned without even having to get up from the couch. LOL, as if you have time to lounge on the couch!

    The black roomba vacuuming up a carpet, with text that it cleans carpets and hard floors

    Promising review: "As a fellow dog owner, my dog sheds all year round. When you have to manually have to vacuum every day it quickly becomes a chore that's repetitive and a nuisance. Having the Roomba 692 has given me so much of my time back just from cleaning up after my dog, but the most impressive thing is that it vacuums multiple times in a day and I can adjust the setting to do it often or less frequent if the dog is spending most of its time outside. It also works wonders in the kitchen as it picks up things like garlic peels, small pieces of food scraps, it really just makes life so much easier and the house stays cleaner. The suction I noticed is extremely powerful but it can be a little on the louder side, however you get used to it quite fast. Another great addition is having the app downloaded on my phone so I can manually have it clean out of it's regular schedule as well. Overall, I'm very happy with this robot vacuum and would definitely recommend it." —Jia Cheng Lian

    Price: $199.99 (originally $299.99). 

    16. A three-pack of large, durable linen storage baskets for shelves for 22% off because babies have things, lots of things, lots of little things and they need a place to live.

    The storage baskets in use filled with baby knick knacks

    Promising review: "These work great as baskets for the kids to chuck their flip-flops in by the front door instead of scattering them all over the floor. They stand up well on their own and they seem pretty durable. And the colors are very muted and go well with probably any decor. Would work well for lots of things, like children’s books and toys, for instance. Soft enough that babies could be around it no problem, but durable enough that it could actually stand up and hold stuff." —LHB

    Price: $22.61 (originally $28.99).

    17. A set of Tommee Tippee translucent bottles for 34% that are anti-colic and will make sure that your baby is fed quickly without creating all that painful gas.

    The set of bottles with the brands logo placed on the front of them

    Promising review: "Tommee Tippee brand has always been my favorite. I went from breastfeeding to formula feeding using these bottles. The baby was able to latch right away with no problem." —Nina

    Price: 17.14 (originally $25.99).

    18. A set of nursery wall decor for 29% off to make your baby's room feel cute and inspirational yet fun like a trip to the zoo.

    The set of nursery wall decor with different animals and fun phrases

    Promising review: "Loveeeeee these! I bought cheap frames from the dollar tree and they paired perfectly for my jungle theme nursery. The quality is also thick and seems more durable than regular poster paper. They're not as easy to tear. The colors are vibrant and appear just as shown." —Trey

    Price: $11.99 (originally $16.99).

    19. A medical-grade digital forehead thermometer for 37% off for those times when your bundle of joy feels like they might have a fever and you need an accurate reading.

    The thermometer with the display on

    Promising review: "This is the third thermometer I have purchased, and I love this one. It reads fast, clear and it is very easy to use. Save time and order this one —all the others are junk! This is a definite recommend." —Elaine R.

    Price: $18.86 (originally $29.98).

    Any of these Prime Day baby deals will help any struggling parents (first time or otherwise) to be the okay-est parents they can possibly hope to be!

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