Parents·Updated on Sep 1, 2020. Posted on Dec 5, 2015These Are The Coolest Parenting Products Of 2015Having kids has never been so cool.by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Amy Sefton / BuzzFeed 1. This lunchbox that keeps both hot and cold food. omielife.com Omiebox lets you send your kid to school with piping hot spaghetti and chilled fruit at the same time. Get one here for $39.50. 2. This plastic attachment that turns any cup or glass into a sippy cup. sipsnap.com / Via Flickr: sipsnap Learn more about SipSnap. 3. Durable, aviator-style sunglasses made specifically for kids and babies. babiators.com Order a pair of Babiators from $20. 4. This breastfeeding monitor that lets you know how much milk your baby eats at each feeding. milksense.com Milk Sense measures the amount of milk in each breast prior to a feeding, then measures how much milk the baby ate afterward. Find out where it's available near you here. 5. This construction-themed plate and utensils that even picky-eating kids will love to use. uncommongoods.com From Uncommon Goods. Order one here from $14.95. 6. This interactive pillow that allows you to change even the wiggliest of babies without a fight. snuggwugg.com Snuggwugg even has a pocket for your smart phone so your baby can watch videos. Order one here for $34.95. 7. This portable bidet that makes keeping newly potty-trained toddlers clean a whole lot easier. fridababy.com Fridet the Butt Washer is from the people behind the NoseFrida. Order one here for $15.99. 8. This all-encompassing, educational toy set that lets kids build the characters and families of their choosing. myfamilybuilders.com With a total of 2,048 possible matches, kids are guaranteed to be able to create a family that looks like theirs — no matter what their family looks like. Preorder a set of My Family Builders. 9. These jackets and puffy vests that close with magnets instead of zippers or buttons. magnamini.com Perfect for kids who have yet to develop the finger dexterity needed to close traditional jackets. MagnaMini can be ordered here from $49.99. 10. This baby monitor that lets parents keep tabs on their baby without taking their focus from the road. letsyada.com Tiny Traveler can be ordered here for $99. 11. This reusable squeeze pouch with a spill-proof spout that is good for the environment and your pocketbook. originalsqueeze.com Sili Squeeze can be found here for $14.99. 12. These cups that stick to the fridge, so your kids can get themselves water whenever they want it. puj.com Find out where you can buy Puj PhillUp near you here. 13. This kit that lets your kids make their own stop-motion claymation films using your smart phone. uncommongoods.com From Uncommon Goods. Order one here for $20. 14. This ultramodern high chair that grows with your child. abiie.com The Abiie High Chair is also very easy to clean and eco-friendly. Learn more here. 15. Special compression clothing that helps postpartum women deal with leg cramps and achy bodies as they start to get active again. 2xu.com 2XU’s Thermal Compression Tights can be found here for $119.95. 16. These specially designed swim goggles that allow parents to avoid the hair-pulling drama associated with putting on traditional goggles. frogglezgoggles.com Frogglez Goggles can be found here from $11. 17. This baby swing alternative that moves in five different motions — mimicking the movements of actual parents. 4moms.com Mamaroo is also Bluetooth enabled so you can control it with your smart device. Order one here from $239. 18. This children's watch that is equipped with GPS so parents can keep track of their kids' whereabouts on their smartphones. hereofamily.com HereO GPS Watch can be found here for $179. 19. This "smart pacifier" that lets you monitor your baby's temperature and pacifier's location from your smartphone. pacif-i.io Get a Pacif-i for £42.00. 20. This stroller that can hold up to 150 pounds of kids, luggage, groceries, and gear. austlen.com Learn more about the Entourage Stroller. Want great parenting tips in your inbox twice a week? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Parents newsletter!