Prime Day is upon us, which means it's time to finally purchase the items that have been sitting in your cart for months, just waiting for the moment you hit "buy." Well, that moment is here. Hundreds of thousands of deals can be found across the site, especially if you're a parent looking to save a buck. In fact, there are more than a few Amazon Prime Day deals for parents that are too good to miss.
Whether you're stocking up on the baby basics or shopping for a toddler with a summer birthday, there's definitely something on the Amazon Prime deal list for you. Baby lotion, car seats, and toddler-friendly bowls are all on super sale today. Just make sure that if you want something you purchase it quickly, because many of the best deals have been selling out quickly.
The only trick? You have to be an Amazon Prime member in order to take advantage of the deals, so if you're perusing and can't take cash in on the savings you'll have to sign up. Thankfully, a Prime membership is beneficial long after Prime Day is over. You'll be watching all sorts of Amazon Prime shows and movies made available for those who have a membership, and you can enjoy free 2-day shipping that will likely get you out of more than one child-related emergency. So with that in mind, happy shopping!
1. Britax Pioneer Combination Harness-2-Booster Car Seat
2. Suction Cup Bowls For Toddlers
3. Graco Pack 'N Play Playard Portable Napper and Changer
4. Amazon Echo
When my daughter transitioned to toddlerhood I realized using my laptop to play music or listen to a podcast wasn't the best option, because she always wanted to watch something or snoop at what was playing and no matter how boring the screen looked. An Amazon Echo changed all that and allows us to listen to music without opening a device. It also has a very handy timer function that has saved many a toddler activity.
5. Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface Concentrate
6. Wonder Workshop Coding Toy
Wonder Workshop Coding Toy
STEM toys are all the rage, and rightfully so. This toy will help teach your kids to code, from toddlerhood to age 8. It comes with flash cards that your child can use to give commands to the robot, and the robot creature responds to their voice and even comes with a catapult. Watch out!