Gear

Whoa, your toddler requires a lot of gear. Here you'll learn about the latest toddler gear, including car seats, strollers, toddler furniture, diaper bags, and more.

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The Best Ways to Clean Car Seats

From leather to fabric, stain removal to shampooing, these are the best tips for keeping your kid's car seat as clean as the day you bought it. OK, almost as clean as the day you bought it.

Tell Us: What Baby Gear Has Changed Your Life?

Vote in our quick survey for your favorite stroller, bottle, swaddle, and more. You'll help newer mamas make their choices!

The New Back-to-School Supplies: A Guide for Parents During the Pandemic

Help your child prepare for a safe return to the classroom or daycare during the COVID-19 pandemic with these kid-friendly essentials recommended by experts.

9 Products for Your Kids That Will Let You Live Your Life

There are plenty of ways to make sure that your child is healthy, thriving, and ever-growing, that won't make your mom life harder. Here, experts suggest easy ways to give your child what he wants and what is best for him. Now give yourself a break and hand these products to your kids.

When to Turn Around Baby's Car Seat

Find out when to switch to a front-facing car seat according to the experts.

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Terrifying Evenflo Booster Seat Safety Concerns Remind Parents to Follow AAP Guidelines

A ProPublica investigation found that Evenflo ignored internal safety recommendations, and its Big Kids booster seat could cause severe injury and death in children under 40 pounds. Here’s what parents need to know about these disturbing findings, with tips for keeping your child safe in the car.

Target Announces 300-Piece Collection with Vineyard Vines—and Items Start as Low as $2!

The beloved superstore is teaming up with the iconic American brand on a massive line ranging from clothing to pet supplies to home decor, which drops May 18!

14 Products That Will Save Your Life in Your First Year With Baby

Sure, they may be called "baby" products, but this gear is just as much for you as it is for your babe.