Cincinnati Family Magazine

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September 28, 2021

Baby Bits

Helpful new baby products you'll just love having on hand.

For Baby

SLEEP BAGS; KYTEBABY.COM; $50; 0 – 36 MONTHS
Baby’s first night at home will be ultra cozy! These safe sleep bags are made from 97 percent buttery-soft bamboo fabric featuring a J-shaped double zipper for easy use. The bag goes by a TOG rating system that calculates how quickly a fabric uses heat; 1.0 TOG is the ideal warmth year-round (thicker TOG recommended during cooler months, thinner for warmer months).

ON-THE-GO KIT; EARTHBABYSTORE.COM; $35; 0+ MONTHS
When Baby arrives, have all of his essential skin, hair and body care products ready to go. This nifty kit includes: Diaper Rash Cream, Aromatherapy Calming Mist, Sunscreen and Hand Sanitizer Gel all in an Organic Cotton Zipper Pouch. Products are certified organic.

 

For Mom

MULTI-USE NURSING COVER; KEABABIES.COM; $13.96
This versatile cover features ultra-soft, stretchy fabric to provide maximum airflow for Baby and your comfort. It’s also a car seat canopy, shopping cart cover, baby blanket, changing mat or infinity scarf!

DIAPER BAG BACKPACK; KEABABIES.COM; $34.96
Multi-functional is a must right now! Store your cell phone, keys, diaper cream, baby powder, snacks — you name it. Comes with a clip-on strap holder and waterproof diaper mat; available in five colors, including a unisex design for moms and dads.

COZY LOUNGEWEAR; LUCYPARIS.COM; $40 – $90
Pack a comfortable outfit to wear in and out of the hospital — from soft tie pants and loungewear sweater tops, you will find warm and stretchy clothes to go home in.

TRIO SET; CHOATEBODY.COM; $77
Nourish yourself with handmade, organic products for normal to problematic skin. Set includes a Face and Body Scrub; Body Butter; Peppermint Tea Facial Cleanser.

About the Author

Amanda Hayward

Amanda Hayward is editor of this publication. She is from Cincinnati, Ohio, a military wife and mom of three. If she's not writing for Cincinnati Family, you'll find her running, juggling kids, teaching group fitness classes and cooking up healthy recipes.