Valentine’s Day Themed Baby Product Roundup
February 3, 2017
Today, we’re helping get you in the Valentine’s Day spirit, with this fun roundup of Valentine’s Day-themed baby products… plus a few bonus picks for expecting mamas, too. Let’s get started…
Aden & Anais Swaddling Blankets ($49.95)
This fun print is great year-round, but especially around Valentine’s Day. If you’re a fan of something a little more gender-neutral, try one of these instead.
Old Navy Heart Sleeper ($14.00)
These great jammies come in red and pink, so the V-day possibilities are endless. I like that they’re footed, but not fleece, so babies from warmer climates (who I am quite jealous of, btw) can get in on the PJ love.
Old Navy Heart Print Swing Dress ($10.00)
This is a versatile dress that you could dress up with sparkly tights, or dress down with some leggings. I love that it’s cute, but not cutesy.
Cat & Jack Two-Piece Outfit ($9.99)
I’m a fan of two-piece outfits because you can mix and match. This is such a great value, and super sweet as well. And, if you ask me, a little bit of ruffle makes the world go ’round.
Old Navy Heartbreaker Onesie ($8.00)
A nice twist on a classic Valentine’s Day onesie, this would also work beyond the holiday. I like pieces that are holiday-specific, but versatile enough to wear before or after. That way you get a little more bang for your buck.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! ($6.99)
My kids are huge fans of the “If You Give a…” series, and this particular volume is really sweet. Mouse makes all of his friends valentines based on their unique personalities, and they (of course) bring him cookies. A fun read for babies and toddlers alike.
Melissa & Doug Pretty Purse Soft Toy ($19.99)
You can’t go wrong with Melissa & Doug, and these plush purse accessories are machine washable. Yup, you read that right. So while your child develops her motor skills, you can have the piece of mind of knowing that you can sanitize her toys accordingly.
Webkinz Plush Monkey ($10.48)
If you’re looking for a Valentines themed stuffed animal that isn’t too obnoxious, I think this is a contender. I love how soft and fuzzy it looks, and think it’d be a great addition to a little V-day basket for your baby.
Grimm’s Wooden Heart Shaped Blocks ($46.50)
These are well made and super pretty. I like that there are different varieties of hearts, and that you can deconstruct the container to use for play.
ASOS Red Mesh Sweater ($49.00)
I didn’t want to leave out expecting mamas (or mamas who have recently had babies) for this V-day roundup. If you ask me, the bright, vibrant red of this sweater is perfection.
ASOS Lounge Velvet Sweatshirt ($43.00)
I am having a velvet moment, and this sweatshirt is the perfect shade of berry. It’s Valentine’s-ish without being over-the-top, which is kind of nice.
Owlet Baby Monitor ($249.99)
The piece of mind you get with the Owlet Baby Monitor is the best Valentine’s Day gift of all the Valentine’s Day gifts. Give a special mama or mama-to-be a full night’s sleep with peace of mind.
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