How can one little person need so much gear? Find out what you really need for your baby with our comprehensive baby gear buying guides. We show you the absolute must-haves, what you can skip, and what's safe.

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This Baby Registry Makes Thousands of Products Easily Accessible in Just a Few Simple Clicks
Babylist lets you compile registry items from nearly any site on the internet. Here’s my review of the online registry, which I tested out with a pregnant friend.
The 10 Best Crib Mattresses for Babies and Toddlers
Creating a safe sleeping environment for your baby is extremely important. Here are 10 baby beds that parents recommend because of their good quality, safe fit, and easy-to-clean designs.
This Popular BOB Jogging Stroller Is $130 Off on Amazon, so It's Time to Lace Up
The Alterrain Pro stroller has so many bells and whistles to make your walks and runs comfortable for Baby and you.
4 Parents-Approved Swaddles to Keep Baby Snuggly
Babies have their preferences and so do parents, so don't be afraid to try a few snuggly options.
9 Parents-Approved High Chairs at Every Size and Price Point
When it's time for your baby to join the supper club, you've got high chair options at every size and price point.
The 38 Best Items to Subscribe to on Amazon So You Never Run Out Of Essentials
No one likes to run out of toothpaste or laundry detergent—not to mention toilet paper. Read on to find out how Amazon's subscribe and save program works and which items are worth monthly deliveries.

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Baby Items to Buy Used—for Major Savings
Baby items can get really expensive—and babies tend to outgrow things very quickly. Here are baby items you can save big on by buying them used.
9 Baby Items You Don't Really Need to Buy
Buying all the latest baby gear might be tempting, but some items are just a waste of money (and space). Here are the baby products you should skip (and what to get instead), according to other parents.

Diono Cambria 2 Booster Seats Recalled for Safety Concerns

The car seat's headrest might break or separate during a crash, which increases the risk of injury.