Winter can dry everyone’s skin out, even the most youthful amongst us. Fortunately, there are some great products out there that will help bring much-needed relief to your baby. Check out Momformation’s article on Help for Baby’s Dry Winter Skin.
Are you expecting a baby and looking for the right high chair? Or maybe you already have a baby and you’re looking for something a little better than what you already have. Check out iVillage’s shopping guide called Which High Chair is Right for You.
Lots of parents choose Carter’s clothing for their babies, and if you’re one of them, you’ll want to know more about this. Some of the clothing line’s infant bodysuits are being recalled because the snaps can detach and become a choking hazard. Click here to learn more about the Carter’s infant bodysuits recall.
If your family has a baby rattle from the Lee Carter Co., you will want to learn more about this recall. The rattles, sold in craft stores nationwide, have been said to have a small handle that is a choking hazard. They cost around $4 and have been on sale for the last decade. If your child has one, take it away from him or her and return it to the store for a full refund.
Capri Sun juice packs are quite popular with kids, but if your children enjoy them, you might want to rethink that after you read this. A woman in North Carolina found a worm in her son’s Capri Sun, and as it would turn out, this isn’t the first time this incident has occurred.
If you’ve been shopping at IKEA, you’ll want to listen up: the company is recalling its ANTILOP high chairs. Apparently, the buckle is capable of opening unexpectedly, and the retailer has had eight complaints from around the world so far. Check out The Stir to learn more about what you should do if you own one of the IKEA ANTILOP high chairs that have been recalled.
Baby monitors are very important. They can help keep your baby safe and happy. So, when you purchase one, you want the best, right? Check out Babble’s guide to the best baby monitors of 2012 before you head out to the store.
Does your family love the Nintendo Wii? If so, you might want to check out this guide to the best Wii games for kids. It suggests games by age, price, rating, and more to help you find the right one for your family.
If you love classic stories and want to make them a part of your child’s life, check out these vintage book clocks for kids. The clocks are made from books containing old favorites, such as Horton Hears a Who, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Wizard of Oz and more.
If your baby has an IKEA high chair, you will need to listen up. In the United States and Canada, the retailer is recalling 160,000 high chairs. According to IKEA, the safety belts could result in injury. The $20 high chairs are made of red, white, and blue plastic and were sold from August 2006 to January 2010.
If you and your kids visited the Build-a-Bear store recently, you need to listen up: the company is recalling 300,000 stuffed bears. The Colorful Heart Teddy Bears are said to pose a choking hazard. For more details on the risk and what you should do if you own one, check out Build-A-Bear Recalls 300,000 Stuffed Bears.
In 2011, many families chose to do their part to make the planet a little healthier. One way many people are teaching their kids to be earth-friendly is by buying green products, including toys. Looking for some of those for your own kids? Check out the top green kids’ products of 2011.
Remember that book about dieting for young girls? How about the breastfeeding baby doll? These are just few of the weird, outrageous and just plain strange products for kids and babies we saw this year.
The big day is almost here, and if you haven’t quite finished your Christmas shopping, you might want to take a look at these great, last-minute stocking stuffer ideas.
From Zig the Big Rig to Let’s Rock Elmo, there were tons of hot new baby toys on the market in 2011. What was your favorite and which ones are you planning to buy for your little one?