Most amazing baby products under $20

Olababy Silicone Steamer Bowl

Having a baby means having to buy a lot of stuff. It can be hard to figure out what exactly is nice to have and what will actually save your sanity. Here’s 12 practical products that you’ll keep using over and over. The best part? All of our picks are under $20 – your wallet will thank you!

1. Munchkin Caterpillar Spillers

These 7 colorful containers are fun to pour water, link, and strain. This cute caterpillar also teaches children about colors and works their hand-eye coordination. Plus, it’s stackable so you can bring these when you need to keep your child entertained when on the go. 


Amazon, $5.99

2. TOMY GRASS Countertop Drying Rack

The GRASS drying rack from TOMY holds just about everything from bottles to pacifiers. The flexible blades ensure each item dries and keeps the water completely contained. This is another great item for on-the-go travel.


TOMY website, $15.99

3. Philips Avent My Bendy Straw Cup

These cups are amazing because they don’t leak, beverages don’t spew from the top, and you can buy the replacement straws. If your little one loves to chew on straws, you won’t need to replace the entire cup!


Amazon, $8.99

4. OXO Tot 2-in-1 Go Potty

Going out in public or taking a trip while in the middle of the potty training stage can be the worst. They don’t exactly give you much of a warning. We love the OXO Tot 2-in-1 Go Potty because it’s easy to store and opens quickly for potty emergencies. It can be used as a stand-alone potty or placed over public restroom toilets.


Amazon, $19.99

5. Skip Hop Moby Bath Rinser

Say hello to cry-free bath time! The Skip Hop Moby prevents water from getting into baby’s eyes. It’s even dishwasher safe and is mold and mildew resistant. 


Amazon, $7.99

6. Olababy Silicone Steam Bowl

Steam and serve baby food with just one bowl. The Olababy silicone steam bowl retains nutrients when you warm baby’s puree. It’s heat safe for up to 428 degrees Fahrenheit and is dishwasher safe! 


Amazon, $11.98

7. Fridababy Baby Snotsucker

This might not be the cutest thing on the list, but trust us, it’s worth every penny. If your baby is feeling stuffed up (and therefore not sleeping), the Fridababy Snotsucker will do exactly what it sounds like – clear up stuffy noses. The disposable filters are hygenic and prevents the transfer of germs. 


Amazon, $15.99

8. Upsimples Baby Pacifier Clips

Never lose or drop a pacifier again! We love these stylish pacifier clips from Upsimples because they are secure and feature a plastic grip that won’t harm baby’s mouth.


Amazon, $9.49

9. SILIVO Banana Teether and Finger Toothbrush

Baby will use his or her fine motor skills to grip the teether and will learn how to manipulate the brush in their mouth. The banana teether is 100% food grade silicone and is dishwasher friendly. You can use the finger toothbrush to massage baby’s gums and gently cleans teeth. 


Amazon, $7.99

10. OXO Tot Stroller Hook

Need an extra hand? These heavy duty stroller hooks from OXO Tot make it easy to load and unload all of those grocery bags. They feature a non-slip grip and secure closure to keep the hooks in place. 


Amazon, $14.99

11. SILIVO Suction Feeding Mat

Make feeding time fun with this silicone suction placemat from SILIVO. It’s super lightweight which makes it perfect for dinners and travel. It also keeps the highchair from looking like a complete mess. 


Amazon, $12.98

12. Eco-Baby Child Safety Magnetic Cabinet Locks

Finally, a way to child-proof your house without drilling or screws. This 12-piece set is strong enough to withstand even the strongest baby. They take only minutes to install and help eliminate the danger of accidents. 


Amazon, $18.53

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