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#1 of 7 Old 04-17-2013, 12:52 PM - Thread Starter
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Not exactly news, but wanted to share since some of these products are quite ingenious. Which one(s) would you like to have for yourself? While I think some are wasteful or not a necessity, I found others to be very useful, like the one shown below. 




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Onesie extenders - DD is a tall girl with a long torso. If I had a few of these, I could have saved money on buying bigger sizes.

The nursing tag - I ALWAYS forget which side I used last. It might help

That's largely it... Maybe the convertible cosleeper; it seems well designed.
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The pacifier thermometer, if it works, would be nice--a lot nicer than jabbing a cold digital thermometer under an irritable feverish child's armpit.


The onesies extender because all my kids are destined to be tall, and so far have managed to outgrow that kind of stuff at the speed of light. 


The rest of the stuff kinda falls into "not really my thing" or "I'd use it maybe twice and it would collect dust".   

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The car seat bottle propper is kind of sad.....i see parents all the time who dont take their LOs out of the seat to bottlefeed....now they dont even have to sit next to them? I love the molar pacifier teether tho and the teeny urinal!

The smartphone ultrasound machine cant be serious....talk about mindless intervention....
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I like the carseat blanket, but I'm not crafty so I wouldn't ever make it. I might buy it though. Heck, I'd buy three or four and leave them in the car.

The rest of it... I realized several babies ago that "cool" baby gadgets end up getting used once, then lost in a closet where you can't find it on the once-in-a-blue-moon you'd actually use it again.

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I like the bath divider, Molar Muncher pacifier, car seat shade, sippy cup leash, bedroom mail box, car activity tray, tactile bottle holder, padded bath caddy, and sidecar co-sleepers. Some of those I'd make rather than buy.

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The breastfeeding reminder tag

The shortie shower head

Personal ultrasound machine

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