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PLAYGROUND Picks Spring Chick Picks


I built a nest of necessities for my third-born before he hatched. Don’t forget to grab some goodies for you too, new mama. Written by Jenny Fauser, PLAYGROUND managing editor and new mom


I LOVE EPIDURALS Maternity Tee


I’m either going to get praise or pursed lips, but either way, I’ll make a statement with this I heart Epidurals shirt. $20 www.belly9.com


Lifefactory Glass Bottle


Skip the wall of nipples and opt for these glass baby bottles by Lifefactory. The silicone sleeve protects it from breaking, is easy for little hands to grip and looks adorably modern. The glass bottle transitions from freezer to warm water easily and is thermal shock-resistant. No need to remind you that glass is recommended as best these days. $14 www.lifefactory.com


Like a Guardian Angel


I’ve relaxed a little bit since this baby is my third, but the fear of SIDS can still be paralyzing. The Snuza Halo clips to the baby’s diaper near his tummy, recognizing constant movement and alarming parents if that changes. Go ahead, call me paranoid, but at least I can rest in peace. $159 Deluxe Snuza Halo www.snuza.info


Nourish Purifi ed Water Bottle 16


Just add formula, shake, serve and recycle. These purifi ed water bottles are perfect for the formula-fed baby on the go. They come complete with a reusable nipple and collar, a wide neck, and extra room for adding and mixing formula when little bit gets a little bit hungry. It even has volume markings for proper mixing. (Don’t you wish you would have thought of this?!) Individual bottle, $3.50; 12-pack, $40; 24-pack, $80 www.nourish-inc.com


PLAYGROUND Spring 2011


Great for on the go.


Photo: South 2nd Photography


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