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Mini Rodini's safari-inspired autumn/winter line just launched this morning, and standout pieces are already selling out (fingers crossed that these panda backpacks are restocked soon). Still available is a wrap-style tiger print bodysuit for your little wild thing. $45, at minirodini.com.
A new study released by the EWG Action Fund has reported findings of asbestos in four different brands of crayons (yup, you read that right). Here's everything you need to know now. We'll keep you posted as we learn more.
It's a bit early to start thinking about back-to-school, but Skip Hop's Forget Me Not gear is too cute to wait. The backpack's peek-a-boo window ensures that your kiddo's coordinating lunch box is along for the journey, no unzipping required. $40, at skiphop.…
The Oribel Portaplay Convertible Activity Center changes the "excersaucer" game by converting to a play table once your infant's outgrown it. Just flip the wooden top down, and the whole thing converts to a tot-sized coloring or play surface. $149, at loveori…
You've got parenting questions, and your friends don't necessarily have the answers. Enter Village for Parents, an app that lets moms and dads submit queries on topics big and small, and serves up smart, crowdsourced responses. Free, at iTunes.apple.com.
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…
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.