Top products from r/Oct2019BabyBumps

We found 22 product mentions on r/Oct2019BabyBumps. We ranked the 52 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/Oct2019BabyBumps:

u/hawps · 7 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps
  • Press Here
    This book is SO much fun. It’s an interactive one so more fun when they get a little older.

  • Room on the Broom
    A fun story about sharing and the importance of friendship when you need help.

  • Pig the Pug
    This one is a hilarious story about a mean dog falling out a window lol. It was recommended to me by a little girl at Barnes and Noble. She picked it up and said “Wanna read about the worst dog ever?” She wasn’t wrong haha.

  • Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site
    Just a nice little rhyming bedtime story about construction equipment.

  • Baby Beluga
    Yes, like the Raffi song! Singing books are sooo great to help get your little one interested in talking. This was one of my favorite songs as a kid but I only recently found out about the book. My son loves singing this with me.

  • I Love You Stinkyface
    About loving your kid no matter who they are. Although I feel like it’s slightly geared toward moms of boys, it’s great for any kid or parent (they don’t actually use pronouns for the kid in the book FYI).

  • Someday
    About the dreams and wishes for your baby as they grow up. Definitely on the sappy side, geared a little more toward moms of girls but I read it to my son often (and cry while I do it).

  • Little Blue Truck
    Cute rhyming story about the importance of friendship and being nice to those you meet.

  • Go Away Big Green Monster
    This one is a little older but idk if everyone has heard of it. It’s essentially an interactive book that teaches your kid that they have control of monsters. Each page pieces together a picture of a monster (it’s not a scary one), until you tell the monster to go away, and then each page takes a piece of the monster away.

  • Anything written by Mo Willems!!
    The Pigeon books, Elephant and Piggie books, and Knuffle Bunny are all great. Funny for adults and engaging for kids.

    (Will edit and add more later as I think of them)
u/jitter_janx · 2 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps

I'm a crocheter and love to make amigurumi. I love the book Yummi Gurumi and just bought the book Animal Friends of Pica Pau.

I'm making a baby blanket right now too, I got the pattern off Etsy. I also have a long list of things in my Ravelry account to make as well haha.

u/hawk_face · 6 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps

These are for older kids but I love this series - Rosie Revere, Engineer, Iggy Peck, Architect, Ada Twist, Scientist

They are really well written rhyming books, I find so many kids books painful to read but these are great.

u/imakepourdecisions8 · 2 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps

Has anyone tried any morning sickness candies? I need candies that are individually wrapped to bring into work, but I wanted to see if anyone had a specific kind that worked for them??

I found these two on Amazon that sound like they could be promising? I don't really like ginger, so I was hoping the raspberry ones would mask some of the ginger taste.

u/munchers65 · 3 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps

The coolest thing I have stumbled upon so far is basically a Baby Keurig, the Baby Brezza. I won't be able to breast feed so easy formula from the start will be handy. The first one seemed to have iffy reviews but the advanced version seems better, pricey though.

u/FairiesWearToms · 2 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps

Some that haven’t been mentioned here yet:

Monster Park

Any of the “How do Dinosaurs...” books.

Goodnight Goon

1-2-3 Peas and the other books in this series.

Little Blue Truck and other books in this series. I think we have 4? My kids love them!

u/sunny4041 · 2 pointsr/Oct2019BabyBumps

Have your tried snacking throughout the day - a plain cracker here and there? You can also try sucking on a hard ginger candy.