9 Innovative New Baby Products

From high-tech gear to problem-solving inventions for you and your little one

From wonderfully high-tech gear the Jetsons would approve of, to genius, problem-solving inventions that make us wonder, “Why didn’t I think of that?” these baby products have us wowed.

We’re shopping these creatively innovative products for our little ones this year.

Munchkin Miracle 360 Sippy Cup

Shake, rattle, and roll, or just chuck it across the room; just a few of the things your baby can do to this unstoppable bottle. This sippy cup, best for ages 12 months and up, has an ingenious design that is completely leak-proof and seals when baby stops drinking—and it’s easy for baby’s to use. The spout-less design is dentist recommended for proper muscle development in a child’s mouth, and it means there are no tiny spouts where gunk and mould can fester.

$7.99 at well.ca          


Hatch Baby Listen

Is there anything as amazing as listening to your baby’s heartbeat for the first time? Imagine taking the experience out of the doctor’s office and into your own home—so that you can relive that magical experience anytime. The Baby Listen is an easy-to-use fetal Doppler that pairs with an app so that you can safely listen to your baby’s heartbeat anytime.

$50, at hatchbaby.com


Munch Mitt Teething Mitten


If this scenario is familiar to you, then you need the Munch Mitt: your baby is so fond of chewing, gumming, and stuffing their tiny fingers into their mouth that their little hands are red, sore, and covered in eczema.  This teething mitt is covered in food-grade silicone with satisfying textured designs—and a fabric that rustles with a stimulating crinkle noise. Since it’s a mitt, they can’t get it off, so this is your best bet if your babe doesn’t care two shakes about teething toys and only wants their fingers in their mouth, all day every day.

$22, at well.ca


Baby Jogger City Tour

There are strollers that collapse, and then there are strollers that fold down to be no bigger than a backpack! This stroller is a traveller’s essential. You can wear it as a backpack (and it’s no bulkier than a standard pack and weighs about as much) and it fits comfortably in an airplane’s overhead bin. If you travel here, there, and everywhere with your little one, then you need this set of compact wheels.

$300, at bestbuy.ca or well.ca



We adore that stage when a new walker just wants to toddle everywhere, but our lower backs do not. It’s cute for a while, but then back pain gets the best of us and we just can’t do that stooped-over, hunchback walk anymore. When you need a reprieve, this handle allows you to straighten up so that baby can still walk on. Great for grandparents or anyone with a bad back.

$30, at Walmart.ca


Paperclip Life Diaper Bag

Stylish, genius, practical. This diaper bag has us in a swoon. Check out the chic design, (which can be worn as a backpack, cross-body, or stroller attachment), the fold-out change pad, wet-bag insert, and ample storage is all we could ever want in a diaper bag. All this ingeniousness comes with a price tag to match, but it could make the perfect group gift at a shower if you’re looking for a unique item that will really wow the mum-to-be.

$300, at papercliplife.com



You know that all sunglasses are not made alike (they need to be fashionable and functional—with proper sun protection) so why splurge on the real thing for yourself but put baby in a cute but bargain pair? Because they lose them after 5 minutes, you say? Never fear, babiators come with a warranty—they’ll replace them if your little babe loses them. Awesome, right? These sunnies have a 100% UVA and UVB protection, flexible rubber frames and shatter-resistant lenses that can take the wear and tear of life with kids.

$30, at babiators.ca


Lil’ Sidekick Tether

What’s every baby’s favourite game, and mom’s least favourite game? The “drop game”. You know, the one where baby repeatedly throws an item to the floor and laughs hysterically as you become more and more annoyed? Sorry, kid, but we’re not playing anymore. Now we’re leashing spoons, toys, pacifiers, and anything else you might want to throw to the ground to your stroller or high chair.

$10-20 on amazon.ca


Stasher Bags

Has plastic finally had its time? Stasher might just be the new, improved material for 2017. These silicone storage bags are self-sealing, air tight, and can be used to store food (you can even boil food in them!), hold wet items, or serve as a freezer bag. We’d use less plastic if the eco-friendly options were less gross…so hello stasher. We plan to reuse you forever and ever.

$10-$12 at stasherbag.com

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