This Double Stroller Could Be Unsafe: Here’s Why

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What's that? You don't anticipate leaving your stroller locked in place on a 20-degree incline? Good. But Consumer Reports is still encouraging you to ask Graco for a refund. After testing the Graco Ready2Grow Classic Connect LX -- a stroller capable of holding two children of different ages  -- Consumer Reports slapped it with... read more

Kicking Off Summer with Nautical Nurseries

It’s officially summer, and we’re celebrating by sharing some of the cutest nautical nursery decor from across the seven seas (i.e., the Internet).

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Pottery Barn Nursery

Even with an eclectic assortment of nautical decorations, this nursery is still bright and simple.

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Could This New Light Bulb Help Baby (and You) Sleep Better?​

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If bedtime is a nightly struggle in your household, the solution may be the flip of a switch. Or two flips of a switch, to be exact. Saffron has come out with a new light bulb, the Drift-Light, to make falling asleep easier. The LED bulb twists into any light fixture. Turn the... read more

The Way Your Baby Faces in the Stroller Matters

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Worried you're not interacting enough with your baby? The solution could be as simple as turning your stroller around. That was the conclusion of Suzanne Zeedyk, PhD, after a study she conducted in 2008. And as you Bumpies have been tweeting, Zeedyk is now maintaining her point -- and backing it up with... read more

Hot Nursery Decor Trend: Arrows

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Looking for the hottest new nursery trend? We're excited to point you in this direction. (Sorry. Had to.) Somewhere between the Hunger Games phenomenon and Kacey Musgrave’s new song “Follow Your Arrow,” an obsession with arrows in the nursery was born. Whether you’re trying to impart female empowerment, a sense of direction, or just unique geometry, arrows... read more

Recall Alert! Hamilton Beach Baby Food Maker

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Hamilton Beach has recalled about 3,900 of their bébé brand baby food makers, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The recall comes after four reports of the stainless steel pin in the food bowl lid becoming loose, three in which the pin fell into the food. While this certainly presents a choking hazard, no... read more

Diaper Vending Machines — Would You Use Them?

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Even the most prepared new parents have been there: the diaper bag is full of everything except... um, the diapers. And you're in the middle of an airport or a shopping mall. Enter WeGoBabies, a new business that wants to bring vending machines full of diapers, wipes, formula, snacks, and toys to public spaces. “WeGoBabies provides... read more

8 Hot New Baby Products from the New York Baby Show

 

The New York Baby Show is a fun annual event, where new and expectant parents get to check out the latest baby products and services — things that are offered in New York and nationwide. And I got to scope it out (for the third year in a row!) These products were some of the latest offerings that you’ve got to see!

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Mamas and Papas Urbo2 Special Edition Donna Wilson

I couldn't stop admiring this of-the-moment fox print by the British designer. You can also purchase a footmuff and carrycot in the whimsical fabric. Us.MamasandPapas.com

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The Bump Best of Baby Awards

Top 10 Strollers

Your Baby Registry: A Plan of Attack

Why Your Baby Gate May Actually Be Dangerous

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Baby safety gates are supposed to keep your little ones out of harm's way, but a surprising new study published in American Pediatrics says that the gates actually send 2,000 children to the ER every year. Even though the injuries resulting from falling through or climbing over the gate weren't life-threatening, it may be time to re-evaluate the... read more

Study Suggests Helmets Don’t Help With Flat Head

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We've all seen babies wearing special helmets (maybe accessorized with a cute sticker or two) since flat head (scientifically called plagiocephaly) is on the rise. However, a new study from BMJ (British Medical Journal) is saying that the custom-made helmets don't prevent skull flatness and are a minimal treatment. Lead researcher Renske M. van Wijk and other... read more