Consumer Reports Best Baby Products

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Consumers Union, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 368 pages
Few events are more exciting than having your first child, but hand-in-hand with that goes a whole multitude of new decisions.

Consumer Reports Guide to Baby Products is your personal baby shopping consultant. Over the years, this invaluable guide has helped thousands of new parents navigate the sea of complex and sophisticated baby merchandise, pointing them to the best products, and steering them away from the less-than-the-best. Consumer Reports allows buyers to streamline the selection process, avoid shopping pitfalls, and help keep the baby budget in balance, including practical advice on:
·"Building" the baby's nursery from crib to diaper bag
·At-a-glance details on hundreds of items in the all-new Product Guide
·Ratings of car seats, carriers, play yards, and travel systems
·A comprehensive list of recent safety recalls
·A guide to the most commonly prescribed medications for babies
·Shopping guide to websites, catalogs, and stores
·Checklists and worksheets to help organize the shopping process.

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About the author (2004)

Sandra Gordon is a writer and editor, who has written for Child, Parents, Family Circle, Fit Pregnancy, Woman's Day, and Redbook, among others. She is the author of The Aging Eye and The 30 Secrets of the World's Healthiest Cuisines. She is mom to two little girls, Rebecca, 3 1/2, and Amelia, 2. With almost four million subscribers to its magazine and over one million paid subscribers to its website, Consumr Reports is trusted for its expert and unbiased testing and reporting, and for the fact that it takes no advertising.

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