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    33 Gifts Baby Girls (And Parents) Will Go Ga-Ga For

    Wagons, wipes, playmats, monitors, bibs, gliders, and a ton of toys for the tiny little baby person in your life.

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    1. A set of First Years stack-up cup toys that are so simple yet so effective in keeping your baby occupied. The only thing cheaper your child could possibly enjoy would be the cardboard box these come shipped in.

    Split image of stacked and unstacked multi-colored cups

    Promising review: "My wife purchased these for my 1-year-old, and to me, they are just small little cups. Little did I know that these cups are developing my baby's motor control, hand-eye coordination, and language development. The first couple of times, these cups are just cymbals in my baby's hand. Once the banging durability test is done, she learned the difference between the big and small cups and how they fit together. My three-year-old also like these cups. They are a real big hit at her tea parties. When it's all dirty, these cups are dishwasher safe. My family have a lot of spending regrets, but buying these cups almost made up for all of our stupid purchases." —JA

    Get it from Amazon for $3.99.

    2. A LÍLLÉbaby six-Position ergonomic baby and child carrier so parents can go "hands-free" and actually get stuff done knowing that their child is actually strapped to them and can't get away.

    Adult model holding a child in light gray carrier

    Promising review: "I love this carrier! I live in Florida and walk daily so I needed something that my infant wouldn't overheat in and was good for my lower back. When I first put the carrier on and had her in it, her weight was evenly distributed and I could not feel any strain in my lower back! My baby girl didn't get hot while we were out and the hood was easy to put up while walking so the sun wasn't beating on her. I am not one to write reviews, but I am so happy with this purchase that I had to share my excitement. I highly recommend this carrier!" —brieanna woods

    Get it from Amazon for $74.99+ (available in six colors).

    3. A gum-soothing, soft- textured, BPA-free campfire baby teether toy that'll give soon-to-be-teething babies something to really chomp down on and play with at the very same time.

    Lucy Darling Shop / Etsy

    Lucy Darling Shop is an Etsy shop founded 2012 in and based in Scottsdale, Arizona that specializes in baby memory books, milestone stickers, and more.

    Promising review: "Really fun design. Can't wait to surprise my newborn!" —Ali Phillips

    Get it from Lucy Darling Shop on Etsy for $23.99.

    4. A sterilizer and dryer for winning the war against the staggering amount of funky-smelling baby bottles currently amassing in your kitchen in a desperate attempt to overthrow the ever-changing status quo.


    Bottle cleaning is the KP duty on your tour of babyhood (don't forget that you enlisted). A splash of water, a turn of the crank, and in around 30 minutes all of those rancid-smelling baby bottles are sterile and dry. Our Papablic gets a workout multiple times a day, which is why this is a more economical and environmentally-friendly option than constantly running the dishwasher (especially if the dishwasher is you and not an actual appliance). The first time I traveled without it I realized how much easier (and better smelling) it made our life. Cleans easily with a little vinegar left in overnight.

    Get it from Amazon for $69.95.

    5. A nonslip, super-cushiony Skip Hop baby bath kneeler pad, because unless you're getting in the tub you're going to be praying (you're basically already in that position) for some much-needed support for your patellas from the unforgiving bathroom floor.

    A dual image of a blue whale kneeler hanging from the shower next to a model kneeling on the whale while tending to a child in the tub

    Soooo, this is Mr. Whale, at least that's what he's called in our house. My knees and I love him so much that I've even started to sing a song about him every night at bath time (come to think of it, it's more of a sea shanty). And it goes a little something like this: "He's Mr. Whale, he's Mr. Whale. He's got a tail(tale) telllllllll / When you set sail, please do not fail, to say hellllllllooooo!" It's just my little way of thanking him for his consistent quiet service in offering just the right amount of cushiness so I don't have to make that "old-man-getting-up" noise every time I've finished bathing my child.

    Get it from Amazon for $15+.

    6. A Munchkin "Warm Glow" wipe warmer so that baby butts (and parents' hands come to think of it) never suffer the touch of a damp, chilly wipe ever again. Plus it has a night-light with a 10-minute auto shut-off function.

    A white and green plastic wipe warmer

    Promising review: "An essential for my baby. Every diaper change was an event full of crying and screaming until I bought this. Then it became a bonding time full of coos and smiles. I absolutely love this thing. It is super easy to set up and use, and you can buy the wipes in bulk which likely saves you money as well. If your baby cries every time you change the diaper, I highly recommend this." —Jorge

    Get it from Amazon for $25.98.

    7. A reusable, waterproof, anti-slip splat mat, because wherever there's a small child some sort of mess is bound to materialize, especially under a high chair. Remember: Contain the mess and clean less., Amazon

    Promising review: "We debated on buying this for months, and when we finally did, I should have bought it earlier. It's amazing quality, easy to clean, and makes our lives SO MUCH EASIER. We used to scrub our floor every night multiple times due to our wonderful baby throwing food everywhere... now we just pick up the mat, put the food crumbs in the trash, and drop the mat in the laundry every other day." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in four patterns).

    8. A Gund "Holiday Tinsel" stuffed Yeti, because look how cute and sparkly this fluffy guy is! He needs to come in from the cold and snuggle up in a new home.

    A furry white stuffed yeti doll with blue horns and buttons

    Get it from Amazon for $35.01.

    9. An organic cotton Boll & Branch baby signature gift set with two super-soft crib sheets and a baby blanket, for some extra-cozy sleepy- and snuggle-time.

    Boll & Branch

    Get it from Boll & Branch for $100 (available in eight colors).

    10. A Buckle Me baby coat so little ones can keep their coats on getting in and out of the car and most importantly more properly secured (and warm) in their car seat. Plus it's nice and puffy and makes for extra squishy hugs.


    Promising review: "This is a lifesaver for my toddler when I have to get him and my infant in the car all by myself in the wintertime. This cuts down the buckling time because you don’t have to take off the winter coat! I’ll only buy these coats as long as my kiddos are in car seats." —Rebecca R.

    Get it from Buckle Me Coats for $59.99+ (available in sizes 6/9M–5) and three colors.

    11. A large, portable floor activity mat/rug that turns into a bag for keeping playtime confined to a particular and making toy cleanup quicker than ever.


    Promising review: "Larger than I realized! Which is great! We have used it under the highchair to catch food and then just toss in the washer, as a play mat, as a on the go diaper bag just clipped on the small diaper pouch and tossed in his toys and blanket and on the go we are. It's also big enough for me and him to sit on outside so no itchy grass! And the hedgehogs are to perfect for my little hedgehog guy!" —Ashe W.

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99+ (available in five animal prints).

    12. A do-it-all baby monitor for next-level, 24/7 information gathering (aka spying) on your child from any location via your smartphone.


    A $250 camera? Yes indeed, and worth every penny! The Nanit is a big-time investment in everyone getting a good night's sleep. The camera mounts above the crib and streams live HD and night vision to iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, or Echo Show devices. That essentially means your phone becomes a monitor (via the app) that you're less apt to lose and won't forget to charge. The night vision allowed us to hang back whenever we heard a noise so we could make better decisions about whether the baby's "got this" or we needed to handle the situation. We get weekly reports on our baby's sleep patterns as well as updates and tips sent directly to the app. Not sure how we lived without this, would recommend to every parent.

    Get it from Amazon for $249.99.

    13. An easy-to-wipe-clean Skip Hop portable changing pad with wipes dispenser that turns nearly any flat (and secure) surface in the most convenient place to deal with a dirty diaper like some sort of bomb disposal expert.

    A side-by-side image of multi-colored changing bad closed and then open to reveal a light blue changing area

    Another early purchase for our first child and well into year two, this changing pad is still coming through and still saving us time. How you might ask? It's a twofold timesaver. First, you'll quickly learn that leaving your home with a baby is a time-consuming ordeal (every single time). The best thing to do is have as much prepped as possible before the thought of leaving even enters your mind. This changing pad doubles as a bag that can fit multiple diapers, wipes, and a change of clothes. As long as this is with you (we keep it in the stroller) you know you are set and can leave the house ASAP. The second time saver? When a diaper erupts you don't have to look all around for changing tables that aren't where they're supposed to be (try finding one in any men's room).

    Get it from Amazon for $23.60.

    14. An 18-pack of Hello Bello baby wipes, because while not the most glamorous of gifts, no new parent will reject extra baby wipes, especially these plant-based ones made with a 99%+ water formula. You never want to run out of these!

    Six packages of Hello Bello baby wipes

    Promising review: "Love these wipes! You get a total of 1,080 wipes! I’ll be ordering them every month!" —Alexis_Eveland

    Get it from Amazon for $46.20.

    15. A pair of Beats Flex wireless earphones that, yes, do actually have wires but work like any pair of in-ear buds with up to 12-hours of battery life, USB charging, and that quality Beats sounds at a supremely affordable price point. The most important part, though, is that they make it much harder for your baby to hide them on you (and they'll do that)!

    Model wearing black Beats in-ear headphones

    Listen, there is no faster way to lose (usually) one if not both of your expensive wireless earbuds than by having a small baby/toddler/child in your home. Whether they're in your ears or their little charging case, your kid will grab them and hide them on you, constantly. Or at the very least put them in their mouth. These Beats truly travel as a pair and won't get far because they wrap around your neck. As any new-ish parent will tell you, getting some rare time to listen to some tunes or podcasts is a treat. Don't waste a precious second looking all over the place for your earphones.

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99 (available in two colors).

    16. A Boppy nursing pillow to help not only with feeding but for propping babies up, moving them into tummy time, and helping them sit upright. That's one hard-working pillow.

    A baby model reclining on a white pillow with animal characters

    Promising review: "I wasn't sure when I purchased this as a first-time mom if I'd get a lot of use out of it. I would easily say it's an essential baby product now. It helped so much in the beginning with breastfeeding and cuddling with my newborn. I did find in the very initial newborn stages it was almost too fluffy but I quickly learned how to use it properly as she grew and never went back. Dad loved it too for cuddling with baby. It helped so much with tired arms and sore backs, fit nicely while sitting in a glider to rock baby to sleep. We even used it for propping her up for cuter pictures!" —Jessica

    Get it from Amazon for $39.79.

    17. A Baby Nasal Aspirator NoseFrida (aka The Snotsucker), which many parents will tell you is an unquestionably essential element of any new parent's arsenal of baby gear.

    A clear blue snot sucker tube with blue filters and a clear tube next to the product packaging

    Promising review: "This is an essential tool for parents! I'd buy it again and I'd buy it for all of my pregnant friends. The best, a lifesaver, definitely want to have on hand for those unexpected boogery moments. The baby won't be quite as thrilled, but it's WAY safer than an aspirator and way less gross than some other ways. Just make sure all pieces are tightly connected for the best suction." —Max H.

    Get it from Amazon for $18.79.

    18. An easy-to-clean (phew) Oribel Cocoon three-stage high chair that'll grow with your child from 6-months-old to 3 years. Folds up for easy storage and features six height adjustments and three reclining positions for feeding or napping.

    Child model sitting in white baby highchair with pink and gray accents

    Promising review: "LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! I wish we would have gotten this when our baby boy was born. He is 18 months old now but outgrew his current high chair we received as a gift. This one is SO easy to clean! It looks great! It is substantial. And very sturdy. I have had no issues with it. I love how it is so customizable with all the different adjustments. I love the harness for safety purposes. It's definitely spendy which is the only con. But I am very happy with this purchase!" —MauiMermaid

    Get it from Amazon for $215 (available in four colors).

    19. A power-reclining, spill-proof Nurture& nursery glider with a built-in USB charger and adjustable head support, because parents certainly need to be as comfortable and cozy as their babies during the overnight feedings.

    Gray plush glider chair

    Got a chance to test out this super comfy nursery glider and I can't stress what an important piece of furniture this is going to be for new parents. So much time is spent in the first few months of your child's life feeding, rocking, soothing, and even snoozing with them. And a lot of that needs to be done while in a seated position. So shouldn't that chair be totally awesome? Spacious and supportive, this glider is a dream, especially with the adjustable head support feature (no more piling up random pillows). And best of all, the chair controls are on the outside making it harder for little fingers to find.

    Get it from Nurture& for $899 (available in three colors).

    20. A Radio Flyer classic walker wagon that'll start as a toy storage option (thanks to removable wooden stakes) and then turn into a walker to help baby with their first little steps. Plus the front furniture bumper means your favorite chair or desk won't get dented.

    Model and child playing with red radio flyer wagon with side wood paneling

    Promising review: "We love love this wagon. Bought it for our daughter for her first birthday as she was starting to cruise but not walking. She absolutely loves this and her favorite thing to do is walk around the house finding things to put inside the wagon. The wagon is sturdy and well made, heavy enough that it does not slip out from under her. I appreciate the click sound it makes so I can hear her coming! We have put her in the wagon and pushed her around too. Even when she is walking unassisted I see her using this to pick up toys and moving laundry." —MtMuchacha

    Get it from Amazon for $79.99.

    21. A four-pack of baby pacifier clips for all those times yet another binky needs to be washed and replaced when it falls on the floor. The pacifier is one item to which the "five-second rule" does not apply.

    Four multi-colored short straps with white clips on one end and buttonholes on the other

    Promising review: "These are great products! Very easy to use, and I can unclip/clip it with one hand (which is super useful when you're juggling a crying newborn at night!) Great quality product that seems like it will definitely hold up the test of time! Great price for the quality as well. Cute designs. Definitely recommend!" —Amazonlovr

    Get it from Amazon for $4.95.

    22. A 10-pack of Gerber three-ply cloth diapers that aren't so much meant to be used as diapers but as super absorbent workhorses to deal with puke, leaky breast milk, sweat, or any other massive spills that a baby can bring.

    A stack of white folder cloth diapers

    Promising review: "These are essential for every newborn household. They can be used as burp cloths, changing pads, towels to wipe up spills, or cloth diapers. I use them every feed, every day. When I change my son, I use them to cover his 'business' to prevent unwanted spray. I use them underneath my kids when changing them to protect whatever surface I’m working on. When my kids get a nasty rash, I use them as cloth diapers to air them out to heal. They are the first thing I reach for when my kids' spit-up. Plus since they are white, you can bleach them out to give them a superior clean." —Rebecca

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

    23. "Rock Me Amadeus!" A Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube for kiddies to compose and remix some of Mozart's classical music masterpieces by adding or subtracting any combination of instrument sounds from eight works by Wolfgang A.M. himself. It's baby's first beats lab.

    Baby holding white cube toy with multi-colored light up sides

    Promising Review: "My son plays with it for up to 15 minutes many times a day. I never get sick of the songs. Like another reviewer said, it's the perfect size for the baby to use as a counterbalance while learning to sit up. Every baby/parent needs this toy. If they came out with another cube with new songs/instruments I would buy it in a heartbeat!" —Kevin

    Get it from Amazon for $23.99.

    24. A Levoit H13 True HEPA filter air purifier so your baby's room will be free of allergens, pet hair, dander, smoke, mold, odor, large dust particles and will remove up to "99. 97% of airborne contaminants."

    White air purifier with black accents and a blue light

    Promising review: "This air purifier is amazing! I got it because I was noticing little fibers/particles in the air when the sun shined into my room. I have a baby, and I was disgusted thinking those little lungs were breathing anything besides air. My purifier was very easy to set up, and I ran it for about a week before checking the filter. I am just amazed at all of the debris it cleared from our air. The filter was easy to clean with a damp wipe and we're off for round two. The sleep mode is silent as well, which was important since it’s right next to my bed. I will be ordering more for the rest of the house! Definitely worth the money." —Charlie snethen

    Get it from Amazon for $89.99+ (available in two colors).

    25. A waterproof HaloVa diaper bag backpack that doesn't necessarily look like a "baby bag" but does everything you want a baby bag to do and has so many pockets including one with aluminum foil for keeping bottles warm.


    Promising Review: "I LOVE this bag! Currently on baby number three and this by far is my favorite bag. I get so many compliments on it. Lots of space! It’s big enough to carry everything I need for a 2-year-old and 2-month-old as well as things I would normally throw on my purse. Large opening. Great color. Lots of pockets. Trendy. Can either be carried as a backpack or with handles. This bag is so lightweight." —Kristin

    Get it from Amazon for $28+ (available in 15 colors).

    26. A Skip Hop "Moonlight & Melodies" sleep soother for those who give a hoot about their kids (and by extension themselves) getting a good night's sleep. This wise owl was smart enough to include a night-light in its belly and also project stars and moons on the ceiling.

    Noise machine shaped like a white owl with gray accents and an orange beak

    Promising Review: "When my son was first born, I thought machines like this were a waste of money. Then the six-month sleep regression hit...and boy, has this machine saved us some sleep. At first, it was just the white noise that we used but, with him advancing to 2 years old, we then hit the next sleep regression, associated with nightmares and fear of the dark. The owl gives just enough light to make him feel better about the dark but not so much that he can't sleep." —Katuna

    Get it from Amazon for $37.99.

    27. A plush hooded bath robe to transform your infant into the cuddly creature of your choice after any harrowing bathtime adventures.


    Promising Review: "I sent many baby gifts to my expectant daughter and son-in-law for Christmas, and they arrived on different days of the week with this one arriving on the last day; so when they got it my daughter said, 'You saved the best for last!!!' She really loved it, she was so thrilled, and couldn't believe how soft it is." —Tove

    Get it from Amazon starting at $12.99 (available in 30+ styles and colors).

    28. An extra-large, foldable, and reversible Regalo "Sensory & Learning" play mat that's also waterproof, making it super easy to clean after messy indoor or messier outdoor play.


    If you've got hardwood floors and neighbors below, you're really gonna get a lot of use out of this mat. It's so much better than a rug when it comes to cushioning all the trips and falls of a toddler. Big bonus, two different designs. One side features colorful animals matched with letters of the alphabet for so fun learning. The other side is a simple white pattern, which kind of reminds me of Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures (you've probably seen the T-shirt). This mat gets a daily workout and I'm not really sure what we did without it.

    Get it from Amazon for $44.68.

    29. A pair of vegan leather Ten Little "Everyday Original" sneakers because your kid's first pair of kicks should be a little kick-ass and as any parent rushing to get the family out of the house will tell you, Velcro straps are a time (life) saver.

    Pink sneakers with velcro straps and white treads
    Ten Little

    Promising review: "These shoes fit my daughter perfectly and we’re not hard to get on at all! She loves wearing her new shoes and really enjoyed decorating them with the stickers they cane with, too :)" —Allison B.

    Get it from Ten Little for $39 (available in sizes 4–13 and nine colors).

    30. An AmazonBasics portable baby travel window blackout shade with suction cups so your baby (who's used to sleeping in the deep dark of their room) can easily adjust to new napping locations.

    Dual image of a model hanging portable blind on a window and the black blinds with moons and stars pattern

    Promising review: "This is SUCH an awesome find. My kids never nap when we travel because seeing the light gives them FOMO. This stayed up all weekend without falling and blocked light better than my actual blackout curtains at home. Plus it folds small so you can throw it into your suitcase anywhere you go. My kids napped on our recent vacation thanks to this sucker." —M

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99 (available in five patterns).

    31. A super-spacious Evenflo Pivot Xplore all-terrain stroller wagon to push or pull one to two children on-road or off. Plus there's plenty of pockets and a basket for storage and the dual UPF 50+ canopies mean you can spend even more time outdoors.


    Promising review: "After much research on double strollers best suited for an infant and a toddler I came across the concept of a stroller wagon hybrid. I was sold and nearly ready to bite the bullet on the twice-as-expensive competitor and am so happy I found the Evenflo Pivot Xplore! We've owned it for almost a week and my husband, toddler, and I are all pretty geeked about it! First impressions: it's everything you could want in a 'swagon.' It's durable, comfortable, easy to maneuver, and easy to fold. To top it all off it comes with all the bells and whistles like sun canopies, snack tray, drink holders, and a storage basket included!" —Kelsey

    Get it from Amazon for $299.49+ (available in three colors).

    32. A time- and life-saving formula dispensing machine for mixing and warming consistently perfect formula-based ba-bas in a matter of mere seconds.

    Model putting bottle up to white and black formula machine
    Baby Brezza

    Listen, listen, listen. Without hyperbole, the Baby Brezza has been one of my best investments for year one in babyland. Late-night feeds no longer become about fumbling, spilling, mixing, warming, and minutes later delivering a so-so bottle to a crying child. No, in seconds a measured and warm concoction is in hand and then in baby's mouth. Just add water to the tank and formula to the dispenser and serve bottles ranging between 2-10 ounces warmed to three different temperatures. The time, effort, and stress this wonderful machine has saved me from is emotionally immeasurable and worth the price tag. It even forces you to clean it after every four uses because that formula gets gunky and you get lazy.

    Get it from Amazon for $199.99.

    33. A selection of wooden personalized alphabet blocks to spell your baby's name (perfect for photos), learning letters, and for setting up and then immediately knocking down!

    Wooden blocks with white lettering
    Tinypix / Etsy

    Tinypix is an Etsy shop established in 2015 and based in Billingham, United Kingdom that specializes in whimsical prints and accessories for tiny people.

    Promising review: "Very good quality for that price and excellent customer service (fast delivery, super cute packaging incl. a personal thank you note from Sarah)." —Anne Waldal Holen

    Get it from Tinypix on Etsy for $9.01+ (up to 12 letters).

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