nursing & feeding
from small sips
to first bites
how to choose a high chair
Your cheat sheet for choosing a seat that sets them up for years of yums.
how to choose a baby bottle
Find the right bottle whether you’re breastfeeding, bottle feeding, or both.
how to choose a wearable breast pump
Get the low down on wearable pumps to find out if they’re right for you.
Discover hands-free, cord- free breast pumps.
You don't need to spend a lot of money on baby feeding supplies and equipment that don't work for you or your baby. Whether you plan to breastfeed or bottle feed, we have you covered. Start with a look at the best nursing and pumping supplies. Do you need to go back to work but worry that your little ones won't get the nutrients they need? Breastfeeding baby accessories like a pump are essential. A pump lets you keep milk on hand for your child to enjoy when you're not there. You can also pump during the day to keep a stock around.
Making the transition from breastfeeding to bottle feeding is just as easy. Bottles are among the most important supplies that you require. Not only do you need enough bottles to feed your baby during the day, but you may want to invest in more than you think you need. It's helpful to have extra bottles around in case you don't have time to do a load of dishes. With a sanitizer, you remove all of the germs and impurities from the bottles to keep your baby safe. Some of the other bottle feeding accessories you require include a bottle warmer and bottle nipples.
New parents often think that they're fine as long as they have a good pump and some bottles, but your baby needs more supplies. The top baby feeding products include burp cloths and bibs. When babies wear a bib during feeding time, you don't need to worry about them getting their clothes dirty and adding more laundry to your next load. A burp cloth fits over your clothing when you burp your child to keep spit up from covering your clothing. You may want to pick up some pacifiers, too. Babies often cry because they need comfort, which a pacifier provides.
We have a selection of a variety of baby feeding supplies for babies and older kids, too. With a high chair, you don't need to keep your baby on your hip or in your arms. High chairs come in different designs that are perfect for babies you feed and those who want to feed themselves. You might want one you can break down and take with you on vacation or one that has built-in safety features. You can also shop for high chairs that your favorite brands make and those that use fun designs or colors.