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The Battle of the Lightweight Strollers! UPPAbaby vs. Maclaren vs. BabyZen (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

Baby Jogger Vue

Exclusive offer today from Magic Beans! Email specialoffer@mbeans.com to claim yours. Act now! Weight is only one of many considerations that go into stroller shopping, but most parents agree: at some point, you’re going to want a lightweight. A good umbrella stroller is as sturdy as a full-sized stroller, but takes up way less space, folds more compactly, and is awesome in ... Read More »

Baby Bouncer Faceoff! The 4Moms Mamaroo vs. the Nuna Leaf (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

Exclusive offer today from Magic Beans! Email specialoffer@mbeans.com to claim yours. Act now! Along with morning sickness and doctor’s appointments, one of the common rites of passage you’ll experience during your pregnancy is hearing all about exactly what you need to buy, from other moms. And yes, they know their stuff – but ultimately, here at Magic Beans, we’re thinking about what ... Read More »

Baby Carrier Faceoff! The NEW Ergobaby 360 vs. the Beco Gemini Baby Carrier (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

Exclusive offer today from Magic Beans! Email specialoffer@mbeans.com to claim yours. Act now! If you’ve ever been brave enough to enter a baby megastore, you’ve already figured out that there are thousands upon thousands of doodads, doohickeys, thingamabobs, whatsits, contraptions, and gizmos available for the care and feeding of your child. With all that dizzying variety, how on earth do you narrow ... Read More »

2013 in Review: 13 Products That Defined Our Year

Time flies extra-fast when you’ve got kids. One minute, they’re a helpless baby, the next minute they’re walking, and the next thing you know, they’re in kindergarten (and then, college). Whew! The same thing happens with a thriving business in a constantly-expanding industry – you have to remind yourself, sometimes, to stop and take stock. The turn of the calendar ... Read More »