Skip the bulky full- size stroller, and opt for a […]
Skip the bulky full- size stroller, and opt for a lightweight model that’s car seat compatible.
Chicco stroller, $180
Instead of a changing table, try a dresser with a changer attachment that can be used—instead of stored—long after baby’s diaper wearing days.
Babyletto dresser, $399
Corral abundant stuffed animals in a made-for-the-task pouch that doubles as a comfy ottoman or toddler seat.
Boon stuffed animal storage, $50
Drain and dry bath essentials with a stay-put organizer.
3 Sprouts bath organizer, $26
This Bentwood beauty attaches to a regular dining chair,
keeping it off the floor and out of the way.
Summer Infant booster seat, $55
Can’t decide between bouncer and swing? Get both with a two-in-one option.
Ingenuity 2-in-1 swing, $90
A retractable ham-mock and collapsible base make this tub a tiny bathroom’s dream.
Baby’s Journey bath hammock, $25
A chic sling can be folded to fit inside your diaper bag, so it’s always with you and never taking up too much room.
Sakura Bloom sling, $98
If baby doesn’t have a nursery of his own (or if it’s the size of a closet), consider a mini crib that’s suited for snoozers up to 12 months of age.
bloom mini crib, $340
Want a travel bed you can actually travel with? This pop-open design weighs in at less than 12 pounds and tucks conveniently into a carry bag.
Angelcare journeyBee play yard, $199