The Owlet smart sock goes around Everly’s foot at night and monitors both her heart rate and oxygen levels. It is a bit on the pricey side, but after waking up every 15 minutes to check if she was breathing the first few nights, we decided it was worth it.
Owlet Smart Sock Monitor, $299.99
The Halo bassinet adjusts to the height of your bed so you can easily swivel it over your mattress, keeping your baby close, cozy and safe. It’s especially been great for night feedings!
Halo Bassinest, from $199
Willow wearable breast pumps are hands-free and cordless, and they easily fit beneath your bra so you can do pretty much anything while pumping.
Willow wearable breast pumps, $479
With the Britax Pathway travel system, we can easily take Everly from car seat to stroller when we’re on-the-go.
Britax Pathway Travel System, $229.99
I honestly don’t know what we’d do without Everly’s DockATot. We pretty much take it everywhere with us, whether in the living room to lay her down on the couch, or on-the-go so she can safely nap on a bed.
DockATot, from $175
We use Aden & Anais muslin swaddle blankets as burp rags to clean up spit-up, as extra protection over her car seat, and to swaddle her up while she’s sleeping.
Aden & Anais Muslim Swaddle Blankets, from $16
Smilo bottles reduce colic-causing air-intake up to 44 percent, which means less gas and discomfort for Everly. They also offer a size 0 nipple, making it much easier for Everly to drink without gagging from a strong flow.
Smilo Bottles, $24.99
I absolutely love Fridababy products! The ones we’ve used the most are the NoseFrida snot sucker and the NailFrida clippers and file.
Fridababy SnotSucker, $15.99
Everly is never fully dressed without a bow. Baby Bling bows are the perfect size, come in practically every color and pattern imaginable and are so stretchy and comfy.
Baby Bling bows, from $8
Whether I’m nursing Everly, or Cole wants to give her a bottle, we love the convenience and comfort of Boppy nursing pillows. We actually have two: one by the side of our bed for nighttime feedings and one in the living room.
Boppy nursing pillows, from $30
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