Baby Gear for Your Guy


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Dads do a lot for us; they take out gross garbage, kill spiders, fix stuff and everything in between. So often in the baby world we tend to focus our attention on the expecting or new mother. In the spirit of continuing to celebrate father this month, I thought about all of the products that dads go gaga over. Do something nice for dad this month and help him enjoy baby even more with these dad-geared products.

Here is a list of my top 3:

Diaper Dude Diaper Bag:
Gear up Dad with his very own diaper bag! The Diaper Dude offers a cool messenger bag design, comes in a ton of colors, and even has handy checklist built in of what to have in the bag. Set Dad up for success with this handy piece of gear.






Bloom Fresco High Chair:
Dads from all walks of life are drawn to this highchair. The modern design, funky colors, and ease of use will remind Dad of his beloved bachelor pad before baby while helping him accomplish the task at hand. From newborn to toddler, this chair will grow with your baby and has a super smooth egg shaped insert that makes cleaning up a breeze with one simple wipe. It also features a nifty one-button harness adjustment. It has a hefty price tag but is built to last and can hold up to 79 pounds as a really cool chair.



Rockabye Baby Ballads:
Help your partner adjust to be a daddy with some familiar tunes that will entertain him and baby. Let him rock out to The Beatles, Nine Inch Nails, Guns and Roses, and more with the Rockabye Baby line of lullabies. They take popular songs, cut the lyrics and turn them into soothing lullabies that wont drive you or Dad crazy. Seriously, how many times can you listen to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star?




Show dad some love this month and pick up something made just for him.

What are your suggestions for baby gear that is helpful for first-time or seasoned dads?

Would love to hear your feedback in the comments. 

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Sarah Turney
Sarah Turney was born and raised in Phoenix and graduated at the top of her class from Arizona State University with a degree in English with an emphasis in writing. To support herself in college, she nannied and managed various upscale children’s retail stores and quickly fell in love with learning all she could about children’s products. Sarah has enjoyed writing for SMB since early 2014 and is on a mission to help families pick out the cream of the crop from the surplus of children’s products on the market with her free-lance maternity concierge business. When Sarah isn’t writing or obsessing over baby gear, she enjoys hiking, gardening, and playing with her three dogs.