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    Parents With More Than One Kid Under Three Will LOVE These 27 Things From Walmart

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    When I gave birth to my daughter, I thought I had bought everything I'd need. But then I had my son, and I realized I was far from done (hello, jumbo diaper packs!). Now, even though I'm SO sleep deprived and haven't brushed my teeth in years, I can happily say I've got basically everything I need to be a mama of two (for now, LOL).

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    Here are the top 27 things I think every parent of multiples can benefit from having in their home.

    1. An Ergobaby 360 All Carry Position Ergonomic Baby Carrier to have your back — literally. This supremely economical baby carrier will most definitely leave your hands free and keep your lower back supported. It can also bring you from the infant to toddler months, so no matter who is wanting to be held, you'll be totally covered.


    Pro tip: for parents with newborns in the 7lb–12lb range, Ergo has an infant insert, sold separately.

    Promising review: "This is exactly what we needed and well-worth the money! We ordered this after researching parents feedback and talking to friends that are parents. They relayed they love their ergo! I packed it with us on our first family beach trip and was SO glad I did!." —MountainMamma

    Price: $198

    2. Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear – I turn to them when I'm low on baby diapers, using them for both my 3-year old AND my 7-month old. I swear by this multiple-kid mom hack, and I bet you will too.


    In case you're all like, "how do I get a baby OUT of these training diapers?!", it's easy peasy. Just pull on the sides until they rip, and you can take it off like a regular diaper. Also, if you're looking for training underwear that's blue rather than pink, look no further, as Walmart has those too!

    Promising review: "Best fitting diapers I have found. I don't even remember them ever leaking. As soon as my children could fit these there was no going back. Even when full, they do not budge like the other diapers with the side straps. Great over night diapers too." —M

    Price: $27 (originally $30) for a 94-pack

    3. Evenflo Feeding Balance + Wide Neck BPA-Free Plastic Baby Bottles – they are the BEST. They're lightweight but sturdy, and they're on the larger side, which gives you ultimate feeding flexibility. Stocking up on these in my diaper bag has helped me immensely on the days when I'm chasing my toddler around while my infant is strapped to me.


    Promising review: "The Evenflo bottle helped to mimic a more natural shape of the breast so that my youngest, who is still breastfeeding while supplementing, had a better latch on. The latch that the bottle encouraged, coupled with the slower flow nipple, actually in turn encouraged more patience in my son with breastfeeding and has made changing between bottle and breast so much easier!" —AllyandtheBoys

    Price: $19.50 for a six-pack

    4. Nuby Insulated Cool Sipper Soft Spout Sippy Cups to be your next best step after bottles. They're leak resistant, so you don't have to worry about spills happening while you're on mom duty. They also mimic the sucking action of a kiddo, and they're insulated to keep drinks cool. Basically, they're a toddler's drinking dream and won't give parents clean-up nightmares.


    Promising review: "These cups were some of my son's favorite. I liked them as well as they didn't leak like most cups. They lasted a year before I had to replace them. I liked them so well, I bought them for my nephew too." —iansmom12

    Price: $7 for a two-pack

    5. First Years Take & Toss Bowls for an amazing way to store food fast. They’re microwave- and dishwasher-safe, made without BPA, and are totally spill-proof. Best little trade secret? You can use a dry erase marker on them to label when packing them for your toddler’s preschool adventures.


    It’s also important to note that at $3 for a six-pack, these little bowls can’t be beat!

    Promising review: “They hold 8oz and are great! I fill them up and throw them in my lunch box for work. They don't leak! They are colorful and not just for baby food ;-)” —shopgurl

    Price: $3 for a six pack

    6. Baby Brezza Reusable Food Pouches as a great way to have homemade, easy food on hand that can be enjoyed by food-ready infants AND hungry toddlers. They're also easy to fill, easy to clean, and freezer safe.


    Promising review: “I have been using these pouches for two months and they are absolutely easy to use and clean. I like that I can use it with my baby and my toddler. They are easy to fill even without the funnel. I definitely recommend!” —Idalia

    Price: $10 for a 10-pack

    7. The Fisher Price Infant to Toddler Rocker, which has been a lifesaver in my house. No one prepares you for the hot mess moment when your toddler decides they want to completely hijack all of the things you’ve bought for your baby. This product is incredibly helpful, because in addition to holding your baby, your toddler can actually fit in this rocker, too.


    Promising review: “My daughter absolutely loves this rocker. She is all smiles every time I put her in it. The dangling toys grab her attention and she loves watch them move around when she rocks.” —Hayzel16

    Price: $45

    8. The Bright Baby First 100 Words Board Book – an amazing resource for a multiple kid household, because it's so easy to read. The bright, simple, and clear pictures make it a go-to for the big sister or brother who wants to read to their infant sibling. The hardbound quality of this book also means that little teethers can’t get too far in biting through it (although my 7-month-old has certainly tried).


    Promising review: “I have two toddlers, one that is autistic. This book really helps him with new words. I love the thick cardboard pages that don’t rip and tear like paper pages.” —mommyjikd

    Price: $7

    9. A BalanceFrom Kid's Puzzle Exercise Play Mat with EVA Foam Interlocking Tiles to have both your toddler and baby safely rolling around with delight. Infants will love the bright colors and soft spots to land, and older kids will enjoy being able to read the alphabet on the tiles. These are easy and fun to put together and put away — and kids can help in the process.


    Promising Review: “This play mat is absolutely my fave. The colors are so bright. And my daughter loves it. It's like a three-in-one combination with ABC, colors, and numbers. I would purchase more in the future.” —Anj

    Price: $26 (originally $28)

    10. A FOSTAK Big Capacity Diaper Bag that gets extra bonus points for being an actual backpack. I LOVE all of the sweet compartments — especially the area for bottles, which make feedings a snap. And the variety of color choices are rad — my personal fave is gray.


    Promising review: This backpack is HUGE and has so many pockets without looking like a big cluster of a mess of essentials! I like how there is elastic on the outsides of the pockets so our bottles don't slide out and every size bottle fits! I'm able to bring the iPad/laptop along without worrying it's going to get smashed, because it is super protected. I will recommend this bag to everyone.” —Roland

    Price: $39

    11. A Graco Pack 'n Play Portable Playard – the ultimate tool for parents with multiple kids. Both of my kiddos have loved taking turns sleeping in this Pack ‘n’ Play at night. And by day, it makes an awesome fenced in play area for little ones.


    Promising review: “I recently bought the Graco-Pack 'n Play Playard, Ashford style, and LOVE it. I like it better in person than what the screen shows. It rolls around nicely (even with my 22lb son in it asleep, haha). Really easy to assemble and disassemble, and not too heavy. I bought this to contain my 9-month-old while I run on my treadmill. It's sturdy and worth 50 bucks.” —KLarue

    Price: $39 (originally $55)

    12. A Graco Ready2Grow Click Connect LX Stroller that's not joking around. I playfully call mine “The Chariot” because it’s ginormous. BUT it really is the SUV of double strollers. It has everything you could possibly want and more. I love clicking my baby’s infant car seat into the top frame and letting my toddler enjoy lounging in the front. And the amount of space for storage can make any on-the-go parent feel prepped and ready to go.


    There are actually 12 different riding positions for infants and kids, which makes neighborhood walks or field trips manageable. Go big or go home, ammiright? Oh, and you can totally purchase a compatible Graco car seat if you want it to go with the stroller

    Promising review: This stroller is absolutely perfect - if you have 2 small children and as they grow it will continue to do its job! We have an infant and 2 year old and it allows for freedom and accessibility. It works easily with our Graco click connect infant car seat. This stroller is easy to use and folds up without a problem. Please remember that it is on the larger size and just fits into our mid size SUVs trunk! I would highly recommend. —Amanda1234

    Price: $147 (originally $220)

    13. An ED Ellen DeGeneres Baby 2 Piece Dog Jog Set that's so cute, you may want one in your size too! Ellen has got it going on with this baby line — and I love that there are sizes that go up to 24 months.


    Promising review: “This was the cutest outfit ever!!! Got so many compliments. The details are perfect.” —B

    $12 (originally $40)

    14. The Bright Starts 3-in-1 Around We Go Activity Center – it's, hands-down, the BEST baby walker around. The main seat winds around the activity center, so your kid can walk around in circles to their heart’s content without traveling far away from you. Which leaves you able to do things like play with your toddler or make a quick dinner (because let’s face it — dinners are always quickly made with multiples).


    Just as a heads-up, this takes a little bit of time to assemble, BUT it is well worth it for the hands-free time you’ll get to have when your baby is having a blast while using it.

    Promising review: I bought this for my 5 month old son which is very active. He got the hang of it within a week and he loves it! I think it's great and entertains him very well. I also love the tray where I can put snacks in and a cup.” —Mari

    Price: $69 (originally $81)

    15. Babyganics Face, Hand & Baby Wipes – they're an awesome combo of natural ingredients and high quality durability, so they’ll work swell on both baby and toddler tushes. They also get bonus points for being so darn versatile that you can even wipe down counters AND take makeup off of your face with them.


    Promising review: “These wipes are amazing. I put them in the car to use when we are on the road… They are perfect for my twins because it's fragrance free and made with natural seed oil. Which I love. It is very gentle on their skin. And the package of wipes fits perfect in my purse or in the backpack we use. Also seals up really nice to keep them fresh.” —Amanda

    Price: $23 (originally $27) for an 800-pack

    16. A Diaper Genie Expressions Customizable Diaper Pail that's the perfect size for any kind of home. Diaper odors are meticulously locked in with every push and the pail itself is customizable, so it can fit in nicely with your decor.


    Promising review: “My baby's diapers have been on the funky side now that she's loving her solids, so I've had to revisit using a diaper pail. We had the opportunity to test the Diaper Genie Expressions pail with sleeves and the pail has been peeerfect for our needs. Aside from keeping the stink out, it looks awesome in baby girl's nursery space.” —Sophistishe

    Price: $22.50 (originally $24)

    17. A VTech Digital Video Baby Monitor to help make both nighttime AND playtime easier. Use this monitor to keep an eye on your sleeping little OR while your toddler plays in their bedroom.


    Promising review: "Very easy to set up and use. Even in a dark room there is enough image to see that all is well. I especially like that you can change the camera angle from the parent unit." —Decorator

    Price: $110 (originally $150)

    18. A Melissa & Doug Burrow Bunny Rabbit Stuffed Animal that's adorable, plush, and totally durable, so you can buy one for each kid in the house and end sharing wars before they begin.


    Promising review: "Just adorable! Quality made. Silky soft and huggable. Was for baby's first birthday and he kept burying his face in it. Very happy with purchase!" —Suzanne

    Price: $13 (originally $15)

    19. This Hudson Baby Woven Terry Animal Hooded Towel – it's not only adorable, but also roomy enough to grow with your baby. Buy as many as you need to keep all of your tiny humans entertained after they're done splashing around in the bath. I personally love the nerdy fox design.


    Promising review: "Love this towel, very soft and very big. Not like the standard infant towels. This one is more plush. —TigerLily

    $12 (originally $13)

    20. A Philips Avent Single Electric Breast Pump that's perfect for the mom on the go. The single electric pump is super helpful for when you need an extra hand, and the whole operation is small enough to fit in your diaper bag.


    Promising review: "Purchased this pump for myself, and I love it. I rented the Medela one from the hospital at first, but much prefer this one. Reasonably priced, and pumps very well! I'd totally recommend this to everyone." —Zunidee


    21. A Dreambaby Step Stool to help your toddler learn to do some stuff for themselves while you're handling her baby bro. My 3.5-year-old now loves to wash her hands and reach up for her own snacks at the table. With a stool like this, I don't have to hold her anymore while she does everything. And since the price can't be beat on these, I'll be stocking up so I can have one in almost every room.


    Promising review: "This has been a lifesaver, and it is so sturdy he feels comfortable getting up and down on it. Just got another one so we could put on the toilet and one by the sink." —Morgan31


    22. A Delta Children DX Side by Side Folding Double Umbrella Stroller that earned my love, because it's lightweight enough to take on just about any trip. When you don't want the bulkiness of a larger stroller, this one can easily fit two small kids. There's also a cute cup holder and two small storage bags in the back for storage on-the-go.


    Promising review: "The best umbrella stroller ever! We went to seven countries in Europe over all types of terrain - rocks, cobblestone streets, etc. and it was the best. It held my luggage and groceries and an over-sized kid and kept moving." —kac971


    23. A Melissa & Doug What’s Cooking Pots and Pans Restaurant and Kitchen Play Set to have your kiddos happily setting up camp in your kitchen while you're making lunch. Tiny babies will love banging on the pots and pans and older kids will enjoy pretending they are top ten chefs. I just love when toys can be safe for toddlers AND their baby siblings.


    This set includes a colander, two pans, a stock pot with lid, ladle, and a pasta spoon.

    Promising review: "These pots and pans are beautiful and sturdy. This was a gift for my granddaughter and my daughter states they almost seem heavy-duty enough to use on a real stove! There is also a stand to store them on! Sweet!" —BonBonFromKokomo


    24. A Marpac Dohm Classic White Noise Machine – it's just the thing you need to help your kiddos sleep through the night (most of the time, LOL). This machine was invented in 1962, so you know it's a time-tested gem. I keep mine by both kiddos' beds and my own too, because the sound they emit will make just about anyone peacefully sleepy.


    Promising review: "My first machine — just like this one — lasted 10 years! Therefore, I spent the money again for this brand and model hoping it is of equal quality. Time will tell, but so far after a couple weeks of use, I am happy with my purchase. We prefer the standard white noise that this machine provides! —HollyDee

    Price: $44

    25. A RiverRidge 2 Pc Folding Storage Bin Set to help any tired parent keep their home clean in a pinch. I'd suggest buying a few sets, because these lightweight boxes can go into any room with toys — and if you have more than one kid, you will most definitely have toys in more than just one room!


    Promising review: "I purchased these in blue and I love them! Very sturdy, vibrant color, nice size...I would definitely recommend buying these!!!" —lwatkins

    Price: $10

    26. A LeapFrog 2-in-1 LeapTop Touch that has my toddler's full attention, and for this multitasking mama — that's a very good thing. The big buttons, bright colors, and carrying options have her swept away, and I love that if this toy gets in the hands of my younger baby, there are no small pieces to worry about. Oh, and it's pretty darn educational too.


    Promising review: "We have had similar learning computers and touchscreen tablets before, however, the flip to touchscreen tablet capability of this laptop gives a very modern upgrade to keep your child interested in learning instead of some of the more purely recreational apps that are on their older tablets. Would surely recommend. " —Tk


    27. A Tot Tutors Kids Toy Storage Organizer with 12 bins, making playtime organization a breeze. It's also easy to assemble, sturdy, and has cute colors to boot.


    Promising review: "This organizer is one of the best things I have ever bought. It holds a lot more than I ever thought it would and all of his little bite-size toys are right there where he can see them and are ready to grab.I love the coloring of it and it is very sturdy. My husband now wants one for his workroom to help organize his stuff as well." —PickyShopperhatestoshop

    Price: $60 (originally $76)

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