Amazon is an amazing resource for parents because 1. you don't have to leave the house to get what you need and 2. you can get things pretty quickly.
1. The NoseFrida aspirator is great for when your little one is congested.
2. The Snuggin is a stuffed animal that allows you to attach and store pacifiers, keeping them in reach and off the ground.
3. The Fisher Price Rock n’ Play Sleeper helps your baby sleep at an incline and folds up for easy transportation.
4. The Green Sprouts Water Bottle Adapter turns any standard water bottle into a sippy cup.
"Helpful when you are traveling and need a sippy cup. Attach the adaptor to a standard bottle and voila!" —Anjana Sukumar, Facebook
Find it here for $3.99.
5. The Windi will help reduce your baby's gas-related discomfort.
6. The vibrating Tranquilo mat can be used in a crib, carrier or car seat to keep your baby relaxed.
"It's a mat that vibrates and has low white noise that recreates the feeling of being in the womb. It was created by a maternity nurse to help particularly fussy babies. It's honestly like watching someone flip a switch when they turn the mat on while a baby's lying on it. Next to diapers, it's the next most indispensable thing a parent can have." —Leslie Pearlson, Facebook
Find it here for $90.00.
7. You'll never have to hand-mix formula again with the Baby Brezza.
8. The Ubbi Diaper Pail comes in a bunch of beautiful colors and patterns and it holds odor well.
"I love my Ubbi diaper pail. It's steel so it keeps the diaper smell inside. I use it for cloth diapers with a wetbag, but since you can use any bag, you can use it for disposables too. It also comes in lots of different colors to match your nursery." —Angela Christine Rodriguez-McGuire, Facebook
Find it here for $74.48 to $97.64.
9. SwaddleMe is adjustable so it's easy to use and takes the stress out of swaddling.
10. The Sarah Wells bag has a special compartment for your pumping equipment and doubles as a tote or backpack.
"After pumping was done, these products were versatile enough that I could still use them as a diaper bag and the (hands down) best wet/dry bag I've ever had." —Carinn Hall, Facebook
Find it here for $125.00.
11. This breast milk storage kit pretty much eliminates the need for bottles.
"I ordered the Kiinde bottle feeding system. And it was a huge convenience for a breast feeding/pumping mom. It comes with adapters so you can pump straight into the bags then comes with a nipple that attaches to the bags. So at the end of the day all you have to clean is a few bottle nipples." —Kelly Boehm Heese, Facebook
Find it here for $29.99.
12. The Little Green Pouch is an eco-friendly way to take food on the go.
13. This banana toothbrush is a perfect way to help little ones learn to brush their own teeth.
14. WubbaNubs keep pacifiers from falling on the ground every two minutes.
15. The ZoLi nail trimmer has cushioned pads designed for each stage of your baby's growth.
16. This tub insert for your sink that has side drains so that clean water can flow in while dirty water flows out.
17. The Baby Shusher is basically like a white noise machine that helps with sleep.
18. This booster seat folds up so it travels easily. You can also use it as a booster seat without the tray.
19. This diaper cream applicator tool is an easy way to avoid getting diaper cream all over your hands.
20. This set of breast shells helps ease the pain of engorgement and chapped nipples.
21. The Snuza is a monitor that will alert you if your baby stops breathing.
22. This wearable thermometer sends you mobile alerts when your baby's temperature changes.
23. QuickZip Crib Sheets make changing sheets in your baby's crib so much easier.
"Crib mattresses are a pain in the butt to move because they are wedged so tightly in the crib. A friend introduced me to these sheets that just zip off the top so that you are basically just changing the top layer without having to move the mattress at all. They are a little pricier than normal sheets but so worth the money!" —emilysuov
24. Many parents recommended using Amazon Subscribe and Save for baby-related basics like diapers and wipes.
You can order economy packs of products that you use up quickly at a discounted rate. This goes for baby products as well as general household items like toilet paper, paper towels, shampoo, etc. You can choose how often you want them to be sent (monthly, every other month, etc.) and you can always skip months if you have enough left over.