Fitness-Focused Mama

It’s impossible to anticipate each and every item your baby will need. In most cases, waiting for an online buy to get delivered is no big deal. But trust us, two-day shipping doesn’t cut it when you’re eager to help your baby feel better while sick or keep a little one away from hazards—and that’s why these items should be on your registry today. Prepare now to skip the stressful scramble later!

It’s impossible to anticipate each and every item your baby will need. In most cases, waiting for an online buy to get delivered is no big deal. But trust us, two-day shipping doesn’t cut it when you’re eager to help your baby feel better while sick or keep a little one away from hazards—and that’s why these items should be on your registry today. Prepare now to skip the stressful scramble later!

Browse our top picks for the Fitness-Focused Mama or explore products tailored for you

  • Ovia Health

    Ovia Health: tracking for fertility, pregnancy, & parenthood

    Ovia’s family of apps is designed for every family journey, from cycle tracking through pregnancy and parenting. Download the app that’s right for you to access personalized family health support, clinically-backed tools & content, and answers to all your fertility, pregnancy, and parenting questions.

  • Fridababy

    Baby Basics Kit

    Be prepared to address frequent causes of fussiness with this care kit. It features a snot-sucker, a tool that helps relieve gas, a nail trimmer and a brush that removes dry skin, so you’ll have the perfect starter kit for staying on top of common sources of infant discomfort.

  • Kinsa

    QuickCare Smart Thermometer

    When it comes to newborns, even low-grade fevers should be taken seriously. Get an exact read on your baby’s temperature with this digital baby thermometer. Suitable for oral, armpit or rectal use, the thermometer returns accurate results in under eight seconds.

  • Earth Mama

    Baby Sunscreen Face Stick

    Planning to spend some time outdoors with your little one? Do yourself a favor and get a sunscreen stick designed for use on sensitive newborn skin. So easy to apply, this dermatologist-tested SPF 40 sunscreen is infused with organic calendula and organic aloe to protect and nourish your baby’s skin.

  • Regalo

    Wide Walk-Through Baby Gate

    Crawling, walking and (gasp!) running may seem far off in the future—but your babies will be on the move before you know it. Prepare now with a baby gate that can be easily installed in openings up to 47 inches wide. It’s perfect for blocking off stairs or hallways.

  • Doddle & Co

    Pop Pacifier Bundle

    It’s an age-old challenge: What to do when your baby’s pacifier falls to the ground? With these ingenious pacifiers, it’s a non-issue. By popping back into a protective case when out of your baby’s hands or mouth, this represents the hygenic pacifier solution we’ve been awaiting.

  • MediPro

    Children’s First Aid Kit

    This kit is full of 100 essentials (think bandages, antibiotic ointments, tweezers, an instant cold pack). Of course, it’s never fun to need a first aid kit, especially for your little one. But if you do, you’ll be so grateful to have this one on hand.

  • Dr. Brown's

    Pacidose Medicine Dispenser

    This doctor-designed dispenser makes taking medicine more palatable for babies. Thanks to this handy item, little ones are less likely to spit medicine out—and more likely to start feeling better. The set includes two bulb sizes for babies from 0-18+ months.

  • Pretty Please Teethers

    Otis Freezer Teether

    Sore gums are no joke! Designed for little hands and mouths, these teethers are made with 100% soft food-grade silicone beads. For added relief, run the teether under water and then place in the freezer for a few minutes before letting your baby gnaw away at any discomfort.

Explore products tailored for you

Wouldn’t it be great to have a personal shopper complete your registry for you? We thought so. Here are some custom-curated selections chosen to suit your needs, values and priorities.

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