Bumbleride Speed, $549
Speed3 steering allows the front wheel to swivel 360 degrees for everyday errands, be locked into place for long distance runs or swivel just 30 degrees for jogs around the neighborhood that require more twists and turns. That third option? It’s a game-changer.
PRIMO Charli Chair, $140
If your home doesn’t have a full-size tub, bathing baby once she’s outgrown the sink can be a real conundrum. Enter this handy chair, which features a two-position recline, five-point harness and 37-pound weight limit, so tots can splish-splash safely in the shower.
Going above and beyond the call of a typical video monitor, this innovative surveillance system actually tracks sleep quality and delivers analysis parents can use to make improvements. The sleek stand offers a bird’s-eye view—and there’s no mounting required. (Smartphone not included.)
Jonathan Adler Crafted by Fisher-Price Deluxe Rock ‘n Play Sleeper, $150
Thanks to a partnership with designer Jonathan Adler, the beloved Rock’n Play got a face-lift. Its midcentury aesthetic is on point, and its practical features—think the ability to control speed and vibration from a device—are clutch.
Ergobaby Adapt, $145
With all the features parents have come to love about Ergobaby carriers but without the need for an infant insert, this grow-with-me option expands to accommodate babes from 7 to 45 pounds in up to three positions, including front facing inward, hip and back.
Cybex Cloud Q Plus, $450
It may look like a typical infant car seat (albeit a stylish one), but this innovative model converts to a full-recline position outside the car, which means baby can safely and comfortably stay strapped in and snoozing even after you’ve reach your destination.
Austlen Baby Co. Entourage, from $850
The stroller equivalent of a pack mule, this versatile, expandable ride can handle up to 150 pounds of cargo (including two passengers). Whether you’re hauling kids, gear or groceries, there’s a configuration that can get you—and your stuff—where you’re going.
gb Pockit, $250
There are times when bigger is better, and there are times when small is essential—the latter is where this ultracompact set of wheels comes in. Measuring just 11.8” x 7” x 13.8” when folded, it’s small enough to fit under the seat of an airplane or even inside a handbag.
Skip Hop Uplift Multi-Level Baby Bouncer, $150
This bouncer takes it to the next level—literally—with an adjustable base that allows baby to hang out at floor height, sofa height or anywhere in between. A vibration feature, soothing sound effects and tuck-away toy bar are thoughtful bonuses.
Lansinoh Smartpump & Baby App, $199
Connect your pump to your phone via Bluetooth to readily track pumping sessions, feeding sessions, dirty diapers and more. Beyond being technologically convenient, the closed-system contraption is quite small and quiet, too. (Smartphone not included.)