New Products for Babies and Toddlers This January | My Baba

Check out these great baby products, some are so new they are not out until February, so plenty of time to pounce. I’m looking forward to trying out the  Zoocchini training pants, when I finally bite the bullet and begin potty training with my youngest girl, Maisie. The pants look absolutely adorable.

Over the Rainbow Go Everywhere Mat from Avery Row

Crescent Womb Infant Safety Bed from Crescent Womb

Bailey Crib from Izziwotnot

Multi Seat from Bumbo

Oatmeal Stripe & Faded Grey Print Organic Cotton Baby Blanket from Hope and Fortune

Fluffles Giraffe from Jelly Cat

Flat Anti Grabbity

Duck Organic Soft Toy from From Babies With Love

Butterfly Rattle from Bebemoss

Move With Me from Graco – Available from February 2017

Ninnanana, The Multy

Charcoal Sheepskin Pram Liner from The Little Green Sheep

SnugRide i-Size from Graco – Available from February 2017

Baby’s Massage Oil from Trees Bees and Marshmallows

Zoocchini Buddy Blanket from Fill Your Nursery

Zoocchini Training Pants from Fill Your Pants

Explore & More Baby’s View 3-Stage Activity Centre from Skip Hop

Zoocchini Safari/ Grey Receiving Blankets from Fill Your Nursery

Fuel Baby Bottle

Luxury Footmuff form Silver Cross Baby

AxissFix Plus from Maxi Cosi

Camile Quilted Play Blanket from Molly and Moo

Wild Cotton Organic Sleeping Bag from The Little Green Sheep

Baby Girl Maternity Suitcase from Sweetcase

Foldaway Bumpermat Lollipop from Bumpermat UK

Top-To-Toe Range from Johnsons

Small Memory Case in Cream from Meninio

Evie Turquoise Teething Bracelet from Mama and Belle

Aspen Universal Car Seat Cover from Lucy and Belle

 

About The Author

Christina Walter
Product Features Editor & Blogger

Christina Walter is our product features editor and researcher here at My Baba. She's Ellie's sister, and mum to 4 year old George, and 2 year old Maisie. Besides finding and testing out the latest products and reporting back to our readers in the shape of My Baba's awesome product feature columns, Christina shares her amusing day-to-day experiences of family life.

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