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2013 Best of Baby Award Winners

After a year’s worth of testing and reviewing (and lots of playing -- thanks to our baby testers!), we’d like to announce our Best of Baby Award winners. Here’s your definitive list of the 100 very best products on the market for mom, dad and baby. Scan away!

Innovative Products

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Most Innovative Toddler Product: Mini Micro 3in1 from Kickboard US

The Mini Micro comes with three options (for babies, toddlers and kids) to sit, stand and scoot from age one to five. Plus, it’s a great (and safe!) way for your tot to work on his balance and coordination. $115, AlbeeBaby.com

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Most Innovative Baby Product: Wubbanub Infant Pacifier

Noticing more and more babies with adorable animals hanging from their pacis? It’s because the Wubbanub is becoming a mama and baby favorite! “They’re so cute and give the baby something to hold on to and comfort him at the same time,” says Joanna P. $13, BabyEarth.com

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Most Innovative Feeding Accessory: The Sili Squeeze

Here you go, moms who make your own baby food. The reusable, top-rack dishwasher- and freezer-safe Sili Squeeze has the appeal of pouch foods for feedings on the go -- but you can put whatever you want inside. “They were so easy for me to fill with homemade purees and for baby to use!” says Tara C. From $14, TheSiliCo.com

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Most Innovative Parenting Product: iAlert from The First Years

Ready to have your mind blown? Your car seat actually communicates with your smartphone to make sure that it’s installed properly, that baby is never left unattended and more. So cool, right? Erin P. says after buying this, she’ll never buy another kind of car seat. We’re so spoiled by technology, aren’t we? $350, Amazon.com

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Most Innovative Pregnancy Product: Sweet Pea 2-in-1 Pregnancy Pillow

Moms-to-be will do anything to get a good night’s sleep (especially during the third trimester!). But it just might be as easy as using this pillow. The Sweet Pea actually contours to fit your body as it changes -- and can help with back pain (woo hoo!). Use it after baby arrives as a nursing pillow. $40, Diapers.com


-- Kylie McConville

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