Nordstrom Anniversary Sale - Baby Products

July 12, 2018


I searched and rummaged through the Nordstrom Anniversary sale this morning to see what all they had for baby products.  Below are the 9 things that I felt are (1) amazing products and (2) being offered at a great price.  I really wanted to give you guys an even 10 items, but I also wasn't going to force something on my list, so you know these are items that I really love and think are great.

(Click pictures below for links to purchase)


1. Nuna Rava - $374.90 (regular $499.95)





This is by far my most favorite convertible car seat and at this price, while still expensive, it is much more reasonable.  If you have been eyeing this car seat now is the time to buy as I don't think I've ever seen it for this low of a price.






2. Dock-A-Tot - $137.90 (regular $185)





I was a little hesitant when I bought this prior to having Thomas because I just didn't know if it was going to be worth it.  It was worth EVERY.SINGLE.PENNY.  Seriously, this was a life saver for me.  I put Thomas in it every room we went to in the house and because it is so light I was able to carry it, Thomas and Christian at the same time.  By having this I was able to have 1 product to put Thomas down in rather than have multiple products spread out throughout different rooms in the house.  





3. Buzz B. Nail Trimmer, replacement Pads and Storage Case - $26.90 (regular $41)






Cutting your new born baby's nails can be terrifying.  I remember always being so worried that I was going to accidentally cut Christian's finger when clipping his nails.  If you have this fear, then you will love this.  Rather than clipping the nails, this allows you to gentle and quickly file down baby's nails without the risk of accidentally hurting their finger.









4. Nuna Mixx Stroller & Pipa Lite LX Infant Car Seat - $785.90 (regular $1,049.90)


This is one of my most FAVORITE car seats.  Not only is it incredibly safe but it only weighs around 5lbs making it so easy to carry.  The only downside is that you have to use it with the base, you can't use a seatbelt to strap it in when traveling and it isn't FAA approved without the base which makes traveling with it a pain.  The stroller is also a high-quality and solid stroller.





5. LouLou Lollipop Taco Teething Toy & Holder - $16.90 (regular $26)





It's a teether that is shaped like a I even need to say anything else??







6. Baby Jogger City Select 2018 10th Anniversary Addition - $411.90 (regular $549.99)





This stroller can do anything.  Whether you are looking for a travel system, pram, double, triple or just a single stroller this can just what you need.  This stroller was designed to keep your family rolling as it grows.  There are 16 different configurations, forever-air tires, reclinable and reversible seat, huge underseat basket, compact easy fold, extendable handlebar and UV 50+ sun canopy.






7. Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair - $185.90 (regular $249)




If you are looking for a high quality high chair that can grow with your child rather than being outgrown, look no further because this is it.  This chair bring your baby to the dining table and closer to the family.  It has a highly adjustable seat and footplate that allows the perfect fit for every child.






8. Bella Tunno Mint Teething Necklace, Bracelet & Pacifier Clip Set - $30.90 (regular $47)





I love that this is both stylish and functional.  While it is the perfect place for baby to chew, it doesn't scream BABY like a lot of other teething necklaces do.  If you don't want to wear a necklace you have the option to just wear a bracelet yet still be able to provide your baby with the teething relief he/she needs.  I'm not a huge fan of pacifier clips but I like that this one looks good.








9. Halo Platinum Series SleepSack Quilted Swaddle - $25.90 (regular $39.99)





This is my absolute favorite swaddle for an infant.  Both of my boys took really well to it and weren't able to escape from it once I learned how to secure it tight enough.  Since both boys loved it, this meant more sleep for me which is always a win in my book.  What I really loved about it, is how easy it makes transitioning to sleeping with their arms out.  Rather than go cold turkey to free arm sleep, I was able to let one arm out and then the other over time.  Big fan!









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