LifestyleMust Have Mom-To-Be Products For Spring

Must Have Mom-To-Be Products For Spring

combo_pink_dBaby MEDBASICS

Your essential what to do guide to infant emergencies at home & on the go from birth to one year. Created by a doctor who’s also a dad and by a nurse mom, Baby MEDBASICS turns your moments of panic into moments of action. After having to save their own son from choking, the founders of MEDBASICS realized that part of loving any baby is knowing what to do during an emergency and making sure everyone who cares for him or her does the same.

With brightly color-coded tabs, spiral binding, simple instructions and illustrations you’ll be able to handle choking, CPR, bleeding, fever emergencies and more! Super portable and compact, this guide goes everywhere your baby goes. If you’re on an airplane, no problem; at the park, you’re covered. Accidents can happen anywhere, anytime.


Cami Top and Criss-Cross Top from FIT2BMom cami

Say good-bye to bothersome chafing with flat-lying seams! Designed with technically-innovative Supplex fabric, the line combines moisture wicking properties to keep the body dry and cool during exercise and daily activities, with the desired comfort and softness of leisure wear.

Both tops are available in black, white, java, blue glow and primrose, sizes XS – L, ($56).

Mention code MOMFUSE09 at checkout in the “where did you hear about us?” section and receive a free “Get Fit Kit” which includes a drawstring gym bag and a moisture-wicking headband! This offer is good on all orders placed between now and 4/15/09.


hero_bottle_di_landingPlaytex Drop-Ins

The Playtex Drop-Ins™ System is the only bottle that has been clinically shown to help reduce gas, colic and spitting up. It is also clinically shown to mimic breastfeeding. Additionally the liners and nipples are Bisphenol-A Free and Phthalate Free.

Also great for moms who plan to breastfeed because the bottles act like the breast so baby can go seamlessly from breast to bottle with no confusion.


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The BabyPlus System introduces patterns of sound in the only language a developing baby can understand-the maternal heartbeat. The mother’s heartbeat is the only sound a growing baby can comprehend, making BabyPlus the most developmentally appropriate form of learning in the womb.

As a baby discriminates the simple rhythmic sounds of BabyPlus from those of the mother, learning begins. Babies at birth and infancy •More readily nurse •Have increased ability to self-sooth •Are more interactive and responsive, and •Are more relaxed and alert at birth. And later in life, these children demonstrate •Earlier developmental milestones •Improved school readiness and intellectual abilities •Greater curiosity and independence, and •Longer attention spans.

Available at $149.


6828_1Safety 1st OnBoard 35 Infant Seat momfusereviewed

Featuring 17% more leg room than most infant car seats and a harness specially designed to fit preemies, the onBoard car seat easily accommodate the growing baby from tiny on up to a full 35 pounds.

•Rear-facing 4-35 lbs • Side Impact Protection• Harness specially designed to fit preemies• Customizable preemie insert that grows with your child• 5-point harness system with up-front harness adjustment• Adjustable stay-in-car base with BeltLock device for easy installation• Bubble level indicator ensures an accurate installation level every time• Carry Curve™ handle for comfortable carrying. Available at


Wet Bags by Cry Babyz


Wet Bags by Cry Babyz® is for the trendy rockin’ Mom’s and Dad’s to keep wet and dry separated.

Front Zipper under flap for dry diapers and wipes. Large zippered opening on top for the wet diapers and clothes.

The Cry Babyz Wet Bags come in medium ($25) or large size ($30). With a large variety of fun and trendy styles you’re sure to be the trendiest mom on the block!



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