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 •  October 13

Car seat manufacturer Diono is recalling 519,000 car seats produced from 2013 onward, saying the seats may not protect children properly in a crash.Documents posted by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration say that the defects were discovered during production testing, and there have been no reports of injuries or deaths...

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 •  October 11

If your children have a battery-operated blue ball in their toy bin, you may want to listen up: Toys"R"Us is recalling about 29,700 Bruin Infant Wiggle Ball toys following reports that rubber knobs on the ball can break off and pose a choking hazard.What's Being Recalled?

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 •  October 6

MattelIn theory, it’s every parent’s dream: technology that could make it so you don’t have to drag yourself out of bed mid-night to soothe your crying baby back to sleep. But in practice, that technology not only isn’t quite ready for prime time — it’s not all that great for baby. 

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 •  October 4

Head's up: on Tuesday Playtex announced a recall of 3.6 million children’s plates and bowls due to reports that pieces of the plate have broken off and posed a choking hazard to little ones, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).What’s being recalled?Affected Playtex plates and bowls were sold at stores nationwide, including...

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 •  September 28

Delta ChildrenRecall alert! You may want to check the label on your stroller. Delta Children is recalling 28,000 J Is for Jeep brand cross-country all-terrain jogging strollers after the company received four reports of the stroller leg bracket breaking, causing children to fall out, according to the CPSC.

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 •  September 22

Getty ImagesParents-to-be, rejoice! Everyone's favorite no-frills big-box shopping center, Costco, is now offering a baby gift registry service that allows expecting parents to register for a wide variety of products, from books and toys to cribs and strollers. 

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 •  September 9

Courtesy of Petit PliAny parent of a newborn knows, there’s one inescapable big expense in those first few years: clothing. As amazing as it is to watch your little one grow from a tiny, curled up newborn to a standing, walking toddler, there’s no doubt you’ll go through a lot of clothes — seven sizes and nearly $2,000 in the first two years, to be...

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 •  August 28

Courtesy of RecaroCar-seat and stroller manufacturer Recaro issued a recall of more than 173,000 car seats under two product names, ProRide and Performance RIDE Convertible, due to a faulty strap at the top of the car seat, CNBC reports.

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 •  August 28

CorbisDuring the first few months of baby’s life, sleep can be a touchy subject: No one, unfortunately, is likely getting a whole lot of it. What’s more, due to the very small but present risk of infant sleep death, it’s a topic that's on a lot of parents’ minds. 

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 •  August 24

CorbisThe United States might not have federally mandated paid family leave (yet), but plenty of employers are still stepping up to do what's right for working parents. Working Mother Media just released its annual survey of 100 of these companies, dubbing them "the best for working moms.