This is not a sponsored post — I just really, really love these products! All items mentioned here were purchased by me (or for me) and I think they’re so awesome that I wanted to tell you about them.
By the time baby #2 comes along, most moms are pros. You know what you don’t really need (all those adorable infant shoes I bought have never lasted more than 10 seconds on any baby’s feet) and what you definitely need more of (burp cloths in EVERY room for my reflux-prone babies!). I’ve become pretty tuned in to what works for my mommy style and what doesn’t, but I’ve also discovered a few new products this time around that I definitely can’t live without.
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- Natural Products – our faves are Seventh Generation and The Honest Company. My baby boy has mild eczema and it has all but disappeared since we started using Honest Body Wash and Seventh Generation makes diapers, toilet paper, wipes, and more that are delicate on the bottom and free from harmful chemicals.
- Wooden iPhone Teether: My mom gave my baby this wooden iPhone for Valentine’s Day and we are all totally obsessed with it — him because he chews on anything and everything (especially my phone!), the rest of us because it is totally adorable. I love the little apps shaped like animals! Seriously, the cutest — and such a cool, unique gift. We got ours from the 3Princesses Etsy shop.
- Personalized Rings: I’m not a huge fan of personalized jewelry but my sister gave me two of these hand-stamped stacking rings for my birthday and I love them. Each ring has the first and middle name of one of my boys and I love wearing them and seeing those cute names on my finger. The Silver Diva has tons of cool personalized jewelry options.
- Binky Clips from Page by Paige: Both my boys have loooved pacifiers and I have no idea why it takes me a couple of months to start clipping them to their shirts, but once I do I never stop. It is SO convenient to not have to pick binkies up off the dirty ground, or to be able to find a binky easily when I reach into the backseat of the car to comfort a crying baby, or for the baby to be able to find his binky and put it back in during the night. Binky clips are a must in this house and my favorite ones come from this darling Etsy shop. Great modern styles that aren’t too over the top (the girl ones are TO DIE FOR, hope I have a girl one day so I can use them!) and they’re made with snaps, instead of velcro, which work way better in my opinion.
There you have it, my current baby-product obsessions. Anything else I need to discover? Leave a note in the comments!