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Baby on the Go

One of the biggest challenges for new parents is figuring out how to get out and about with their little one. After all, you don't want to be stuck at home all the time!

Here are a few tips for taking your baby on the go:

  • Start small. Don't try to do too much too soon. Start by taking your baby for short walks around the block or to the grocery store. As they get older and more comfortable, you can start taking them on longer outings.

  • Choose the right gear. There are a lot of different baby gear options out there, so it's important to choose the right ones for your needs. If you're going to be doing a lot of walking, you'll need a stroller that's easy to maneuver. If you're going to be spending a lot of time in the car, you'll need a car seat that's safe and comfortable.

  • Be prepared. Before you head out, make sure you have everything you need, including diapers, wipes, snacks, and a change of clothes. You may also want to bring a portable sound machine or white noise machine to help your baby sleep if you're going to be in a noisy environment.

  • Take breaks. Don't try to power through a long outing if your baby is getting fussy. Take breaks to nurse, change diapers, or just let your baby stretch their legs.

  • Have fun! Getting out and about with your baby is a great way to bond and explore the world together. So relax, enjoy yourself, and make some memories.

On the Go item's list for babies

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Diaper Bag

Parker Baby Diaper Backpack

Diaper Backpack
  • Insulated bottle pockets

  • Mesh organizer pockets for diapers and wipes

  • Mommy pocket with a key ring

  • Padded laptop/tablet sleeve

  • Changing pad and stroller hooks included

  • Water Resistant

Skip Hop Forma Diaper Bag Backpack

Diaper Backpack
  • Two insulated side bottle pockets

  • Elasticized interior pockets and cell phone pocket

  • Changing pad pocket holds tablets and laptops 

  • Main compartment with extra-wide opening and two-way zip closure

  • Front section with two-way zip closure allows easy access to two included storage cubes

Eddie Bauer Back Pack Diaper Bag

Diaper Backpack
  • 2 exterior insulated bottle pockets

  • Secure zippered pocket and top flap opening

  • Removable changing pad and wipes case included

  • Comfortable to carry with adjustable padded shoulder straps

  • padded back

  • top handle and stroller loops

Diaper Bag Backpack, Diaper Bags for Women

Diaper Backpack
  • Insulated bottle Pockets

  • Side pocket

  • Diaper Organizer

  • Backside Pocket

  • ‎Waterproof

Baby Strollers: A Guide to Choosing the Right One

Baby strollers are a must-have for parents of young children. They provide a safe and convenient way to transport your baby, whether you are running errands, going for walks, or just taking a stroll around the block.

There are many different types of baby strollers on the market, so it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. Here are a few factors to consider when choosing a baby stroller:

  1. Combination strollers: 

  2. Travel strollers: 

  3. Jogging strollers: 

  4. Single strollers: 

  5. Double strollers: Double strollers are designed for two children. They can be side-by-side or tandem, and they come in a variety of styles and features.

Combination Stroller

Combination strollers are a versatile option that can be used from birth to toddlerhood. They typically have a bassinet attachment for newborns, and then can be converted into a toddler stroller.

Graco Modes Pramette Stroller

Baby Stroller

Graco Modes Nest Travel System

Baby Travel System

Travel stroller

Travel strollers are lightweight and easy to fold, making them ideal for travel. They are not as sturdy as other types of strollers, so they are best suited for short walks or trips around town.

Munchkin® Sparrow™ Ultra Compact

Baby Travel Stroller

gb Pockit Air All Terrain

Baby Travel Stroller

Self Folding Travel Stroller

Baby Travel Stroller

Jogging stroller

Jogging strollers are designed for parents who like to run or walk with their babies. They have large wheels that can handle uneven terrain, and they often have a suspension system to provide a smooth ride.

Graco FastAction Jogger LX Stroller

Baby Jogging Stroller

Baby Trend Range Jogger Stroller

Baby Jogging Stroller

Jeep Classic Jogging Stroller

Baby Jogging Stroller

Single stroller

Single strollers are the most common type of stroller. They are designed for one child, and they come in a variety of styles and features.

Umbrella Stroller

Baby Stroller

Summer 3Dlite 

Baby Stroller

gb Pockit+ All City

Baby Stroller

Jeep Unlimited Reversible Handle

Baby Stroller

Double Stroller

Double strollers are designed for two children. They can be side-by-side or tandem, and they come in a variety of styles and features.

Baby Trend Sit and Stand

Baby Double Stroller

Jeep Destination Ultralight Side x Side 

Baby Double Stroller

Graco Ready2Grow LX 2.0

Baby Double Stroller

Baby Trend Expedition

Baby Double Stroller

Jeep Scout Double Stroller

Baby Double Stroller

BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie

Baby Double Stroller

Car Seat

Car seats are one of the most important safety devices for children. They can help to prevent serious injury or death in the event of a car crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that car seats reduce the risk of death for infants by 70% and for toddlers by 50%. 

  • There are different types of car seats for different ages and weights of children.

  • Infants should ride rear-facing until they reach the highest height or weight limit for their car seat.

  • Once an infant outgrows their rear-facing car seat, they can transition to a forward-facing car seat with a harness. 

  • When a child outgrows their forward-facing car seat with a harness, they can move to a booster seat.

The NHTSA has a website with information on how to choose and install a car seat. You can also find car seat installation instructions in your vehicle's owner's manual.

Graco 4Ever DLX 4 in 1

Baby Car Seat

4-in-1 car seat gives you 10 years of use

  • Rear-facing harness car seat (4-40 pounds) 

  • Forward-facing harness car seat (22-65 pounds)

  • High back belt-positioning booster (40-100 pounds)

  • Backless belt-positioning booster (40-120 pounds)

Graco Slimfit 3 in 1

Baby Car Seat

3-in-1 car seat grows with your child

  • rear-facing harness (5-40 pounds)

  • forward-facing harness (22-65 pounds)

  • High back booster (40-100 pounds)

Safety 1st Grow and Go All-in-One Convertible

Baby Car Seat

​Use through 3 stages

  • Rear facing 5 to 40 pounds

  • Forward facing 22 to 65 pounds

  • Belt positioning booster 40 to 100 pounds

Graco Extend2Fit

Baby Car Seat

Convertible car seat grows with your child

  • Rear-facing harness (4 - 50 pounds)

  • Forward-facing harness (22 - 65 pounds)

Nursing Cover

Nursing Cover for Breastfeeding

Nursing Cover

Baby Nursing Cover & Nursing Poncho

Nursing Cover

Baby Carrier

LÍLLÉbaby Complete Ergonomic 6-in-1

Baby Carrier
  • Newborn to Toddler (7-45 Pounds)

  • Inward & Outward Facing

  • Lumbar Support

KeaBabies Baby Wrap Carrier

Baby Carrier
  • Newborn to Toddler (7-35 Pounds)

  • Lightweight

  • Suitable for 0 -36 months 

Ergobaby Omni 360 All-Position

Baby Carrier
  • Newborn to Toddler (7-45 Pounds)

  • Inward & Outward Facing

  • Suitable for 0 -48 months 

  • Lumbar support

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