New Baby Products
Last updated 2 years ago
Tech that helps with autism
Sensory Pea Pod | For some children on the autism spectrum, the cocooning effect of the deep, even pressure that the Sensory Pea Pod offers helps calm their core & fulfill their sensory needs. Made of inflatable vinyl and flocked for comfort, the surface-washable pod is available in 3 sizes. (Autism Products, $89 to $114)
$23! "Babies love cooling off in our gentle tide pool, with extra-soft sprayers to splash in and explore. As baby becomes more comfortable in the water, you can make the "fountains" higher (just turn up the pressure of your garden hose). There's even a pat mat area with floating 3D fish. With fun undersea graphics (tickle a turtle; cover the whales' blow hole!). For ages 12 months and up." $22.95
Nap Nanny To Help Baby Sleep
"Nap Nanny" baby recliner is an excellent option for babies who do not like to sleep. The inclined position helps to comfort infants who may have colic, reflux, gas colds and flu. The Nap Nanny is a foam positioner that elevates your baby 30 degrees, which is recommended by many doctors.
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Where was this when I had my babies?! I am pinning this for any of my pregnant peeps. This is perfect for the middle of the night feedings! B.Box Essential Baby Bottle in Pink - Put the formula in the bottom and water in the top. Simply twist the bottom to release the formula when your ready to use it! Would be the coolest Gift!
Smart Sock & Baby Monitor: Track Heart Rate, Oxygen & Sleep
Now that's one smart baby...monitor. The $250 Owlet Vitals Monitor fits gently on a baby's foot and monitors not only the baby's heart rate and skin temperature but also checks the oxygen level, keeps track of sleep quality and can send a rollover alert to your smartphone. The pulse oximeter uses infrared and red light to monitor heart rate and oxygen levels. The iPhone app receives data via Bluetooth from a small sensor. Photos Copyright 2013, Robert S. Anthony, Stadium Circle Features #baby