Top products from r/February2018Bumpers

We found 25 product mentions on r/February2018Bumpers. We ranked the 87 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/February2018Bumpers:

u/backtothestars1 · 4 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

Harney and Sons is my all-time favorite. SO good, not bitter unless you let it steep too long. And it is strong.

Vanilla Almond from Republic of Tea is delicious too, and easy to find in grocery stores (I'm 99% sure whole foods carries it). Also strong with a nice flavor.

If you get loose leaf tea, I highly highly recommend getting a tea steeper. We have this one, it's easy to clean and keeps your tea free of leaves.

u/damdemgams · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

Mine prefers the Halo sleepsack, but we got a Love to Dream swaddle too which works pretty well:

u/groovyfinch · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers
  • The Brest Friend pillow I adored last time was useless to me after my c-section this time. Instead I use a Gia which is also great because it puts them at an angle which helps with reflux.

  • The bassinet for the stroller... we live in the hills so half the time she'd be tipped down toward her head and wasn't happy about it. Plus it's black and gets very warm. If I'd been able to start going for walks right away (as opposed to waiting six weeks) I probably would have gotten more use out of it. Now she just rides in the regular stroller seat and is happy as a clam.

  • The Hakaa pump... I just don't seem to be able to get it to do anything.
u/vigorousflailing · 2 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

He loves any of the Lamaze stuffed animals since they have bright colors and different textures. We have the monkey, cat, turtle and firefly (favorite is the firefly). He also loves this thing because he can grab it easily and stick it in his mouth.

u/morganhtx · 2 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

Yes! I do the same setup for naps as nighttime. I also love these sleep sacks. Stops him from startling but allows more movement and he can still use his hand to keep his paci in his mouth to self soothe.

u/TotoroTomato · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

Mine was doing that around that age and it turned out she was not getting much at all, which we didn’t realize until her weight gain stalled out. She’s an ineffective nurser and would frequently fall asleep at the breast. In fact, the amount that you are pumping may indicate that she is failing to empty the breast, especially if you are getting that much right after a nursing session, and the fact that she ate 5 oz from a bottle right after nursing is also suspicious.

Definitely do some weighted feedings and you’ll have a better idea of what is going on. I tried a kitchen scale initially as well but it was almost impossible to get a good reading on it. I ended up buying this scale instead and it has been great.

u/chikalin · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

I'm wearing my maternity/nursing dresses to work/everyday, not nursing but they fit. They are solid colors, I bought a bunch of random ones on amazon but these ones ended up being my favorites

u/puppersandmeow · 3 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

Our little one will wiggle herself awake if we don't swaddle her. We have a halo and swaddle me up Velcro swaddle. But the one we end up using almost every night is the love to dream zip up swaddle. Bonus it has hands up and she can still self soothe by numbing on her hands without escaping.

u/AnyelevNokova · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

I picked this up as a way to tell my mom (who is so hardcore on the knitting/crochet that she turned my brother's old bedroom into The Yarn Room.) She's been trying to get me to pick it up too, so I figured I'd do a couple starter projects before trying my hand at some of the easier stuff in here. They have the standard hat, boot, and blanket patterns (some of the blankets are bea-u-tiful), but the elephant and bottle cozies on the cover are adorable. There's even a pacifier clip pattern!

u/Augustus4 · 2 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

Hah great nickname. No it’s something like this: Baby K’tan ORIGINAL Cotton Wrap style Baby Carrier, Black, Small

u/squidboots · 3 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

Haha, I feel you. Super smelling morning breath has got to be the worst! The super smell is not a superpower I wanted either. I can smell my husband's sweaty gym clothes in the next room over.

For your husband, maybe he can try using a tongue scraper? It has really helped with my bad breath (and I can taste things better too!) I have this one.

u/bcraven1 · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

(warning wall of text ahead! If you have any questions feel free to ask or pm me!)

I feel you. I got chronic migraines pre-pregnancy and like you, now I have all sorts of headaches that Tylenol alone can't touch.
I used to take fioricet for my migraines. The main worry is caffeine, I think most pills have 300 mg? I may be wrong. With the barbiturates the concern is if you take it too long/ too often. close to delivery the baby can be born with a dependency. So as long as you take it sparsely and don't get caffeine from other sources you may be ok (of course talk to your doc). Fioricet worked best for me if I fell alseep right away, otherwise after 20m the caffeine hits and I find it not to be effective.

Someone already mentioned some alternatives that I will parrot. What works for me is magnesium (pill and epson salt bath) with a large cup of water, cold compress to head, what ever pain killer w caffeine allowed, and a nap in a dark room.

Magnesium works wonders (for me at least, but the research is solid). This includes epson salt baths! Now there are different types of magnesium, oxide is what you will find in most supplements because it is cheap, it's only 4% bio available so not really effective for migraines. has some solid research on magnesium. will help you sort supplements. I take this one, one pill and night and one in the afternoon. It also helps with my hypertension.

u/_bear_cat_ · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

Have you tried a book like one of these books ? This is the only thing besides the video that my LO stares at for minutes at a time. She loves it.

u/BGK128 · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

You've probably already tried something like this, but it helps my frequent sinus headaches:

u/greenestrella · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

My girl likes crinkle paper because she can grab it, get it to her mouth, and it makes noise.
We have this:
crinkle newspaper

u/FatFingerHelperBot · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

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u/Physicsmagnum · 4 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

I'm going to make my husband a shirt that says "copy" and a onesie that says "paste" and [The Baby Owner's Manual: Operating Instructions, Trouble-Shooting Tips, and Advice on First-Year Maintenance] (

u/ttcatexan · 3 pointsr/February2018Bumpers

The Whole 9 Months is what I've been eyeing but there's also What to Eat When You're Pregnant but the negative reviews show lots of disappointment.

I want to know week by week or stage by stage or trimester by trimester what nutrients I should be ingesting for baby's health and in what foods I can find them.