Well, this is awesome. The Honest Company has just launched Honest-On-The-Go kiosks at five airports across the country (Atlanta, JFK, DFW, Minneapolis, and Houston). The amped-up vending machines are stocked with those easily forgotten essentials like toilet…
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The new layette line from aden + anais went live today, and it features the same super-soft cotton muslin and sweet patterns as the brand's signature swaddle blankets. Ruffled bloomers, kimono tops, rompers, and more in sizes 0-12 months. $14.95-34.95, at adenandanais.com.
Stokke and Nuna have teamed up to develop the lightweight PIPA infant car seat, which pops into most any Stokke stroller base—no adaptor required. Available for pre-order, ships July 11. $349, at stokke.com.
Two BabyBjorn favorites—the four-way Baby Carrier One and Bouncer Balance Soft—are available for a limited time in four ice cream-inspired pastel shades—pear, strawberry, blackberry, and blue mint. Yum. $149.99-199.99, at Kohls.com.
The Ju-Ju-Be Neat packs plenty of thoughtful features into one reversible bib—magnetic closure, the all-important crumb catcher, and fabric protection to keep stains from setting in. $22, at shop.ju-ju-be.com.
The mastermind dad behind the organic baby food brand is back with a line of healthy bath and body products. Paddy’s Bathroom keeps ‘em fresh and clean—not a paraben or phthalate in sight. $6.99-8.99, at target.com.
The latest addition to Hanna Andersson’s collab with DC Comics is, drumroll, superhero jammies. Check out the matching slipper socks (they’re available for Superman and Batman, too). $26-46, at hannaandersson.com.
The answer to your toilet training woes just may come in the form of a teeny, tiny urinal. The WeePot hangs on your bathroom wall with a suction cup hook (included), making cleaning a breeze. Because that’s essential. $19.99, at Toys ‘R’ Us.
Graduate them from sippy to big-kid cup with the sleek Kupp. As a glass-and-silicone combo, it's dishwasher-safe, and easier on the environment than its plastic counterparts. Love the handy handle, too. $16.99, at thekupp.com.
From a Schiffli bow print layette to party dresses and artsy brushstroke tees, Kate Spade Baby takes cuteness overload to a whole new level. She's only little once, right? $28-78, at Kate Spade.
A new hi-tech solution to monitoring your kids’ fevers is as easy as sticking an adhesive patch under an arm, syncing it up to a smartphone app, and resting easy. You can even set an alarm to alert you if the fever spikes. $24.99, at TempTraq.
Amy Richardson’s line of baby/little kid clothing (formerly known as Etsy shop Little Hip Squeaks) was just relaunched as June & January. Have a looksie at the kiddie crop tops and frill-free rompers—just too cute. $10-33, at June & January.
Mountain Buggy has introduced a range of four new all-terrain strollers, and there’s a model to meet every mom's needs, from a sleek double to the super-lightweight MB Mini, made for city living. Prices vary, at Mountain Buggy.
Little Miss, Big Sis takes newly-minted (or soon-to-be) older siblings on a journey through what to expect from their new role in life (and it's refreshingly positive . . . jealousy be damned). $17.99, at Barnes & Noble.
Cribs that turn into toddler beds are great—but how about one that then transforms into a kid-sized couch? Even better. Meet Nursery Works’ sleek Novella. $1,000, at Giggle.
Freshly Picked has incorporated the "it fruit" of the season into its “Picnic Pack” of moccs and matching tees. Other summer-ready themes (ants, watermelon) are available, too. $60, at Freshly Picked.