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Amazon Prime Day: Best Deals on Strollers, Car Seats, and Baby Gear

Here are all the best Amazon Prime Deals deals we've found on top parenting gear.

This is a roundup of the best Amazon Prime Day 2019 parenting deals on baby carriers, baby monitors, cribs, play mats and more parenting gear, and is updated on a minute by minute basis to bring you the best and most worthy products at the best price. Bookmark this page. 

Prime Day is Amazon’s biggest, global shopping event held exclusively for Prime members. Prime Day 2018 was a day and a half of the retail behemoth’s best deals and it started on July 16, 2018. Prime Day 2019 promises to be even bigger. Why? Because it’s the fifth year that Amazon has had Prime Day and every year, the deals get more mind-boggling and run the gamut from parenting gear to toys.

Amazon Prime Day 2019: Deals on baby and parenting and baby gear:

If you have a young baby, it's a given that at some point you will need to need to secure the area (ideally before she actually becomes mobile). This set, which is 30 percent of as part of Amazon Prime Day, will help you started.

Clear corner guards that won’t damage furniture, safety locks (great for cabinets and toilets) and outlet covers are all part of this 40-piece kit.

In honor of Amazon Prime Day, members currently get a 20 percent discount on this good-looking, well-liked rocker.

Even with the discount this chair is a splurge, but it has a lot going for it. For one thing, it’s elegant enough that it could easily look good not only in a nursery, but in a living room or family room as well. The upholstery, which is a linen-poly blend, is guaranteed to be free of chemical flame retardants and undesirable additives like formaldehyde. It also gets points for being easy to assemble, and reviewers had good things to say about the company’s customer service team.

A name-brand carrier in breathable mesh for less than $20? That's no typo, just another wacky Amazon Prime Day deal (at 38 percent off, no less).

Although not suitable for the teeniest babies, this carrier can be used starting at eight pounds and has an upper weight limit of 32 pounds. It works in three different positions: face-in, face-out or as a back carrier, which, as your child grows, you will come to appreciate. Padded shoulder straps, adjustable lower back support and a chest clip help keep things ergonomically inclined, and the included “Wonder Cover” can be attached to the top to keep drool and spit-up off the fabric (though the whole carrier is machine washable when you need it to be).

Prime members save $26 on this baby monitor, which is plug and play (no setup required). One parent unit monitor can be paired with four child unit cameras, so it's ideal for parents with multiples.

This baby monitor has 2X digital zoom, two-way talk, temperature monitoring, and voice activation that auto-wakes the screen display when your baby begins to cry.

Are you having diaper bag regret? There's no shame in upgrading to a new one, especially when it's 50 percent off as part of Amazon Prime Day. This sleek-looking, parent-designed backpack clocks in at just under $30 and will save you from shoulder pain.

This bag has lots of thoughtful features, like a keychain ring, foil-lined insulated bottle holders (to keep liquids cold or warm), changing pad, elastic straps to corral wipes and mesh pockets to organize diapers. Once your child no longer needs the changing pad, you can use the slot to hold your laptop or tablet. It has 16 pockets total.

This ingeniously designed baby item can be used as a 360-degree swiveling seat that lets baby bounce and turn, then as an activity table that's ideal for little ones who can stand and cruise, and finally as a simple play table for toddlers (with toys taken off). It's normally $130.

The toys on the mostly white, not-at-all-garish activity center can be positioned anywhere, and a small window allows baby to see her feet while she’s playing the piano, which may help encourage spatial awareness. Along with the four toys and piano, the activity center also comes with a dishwasher-safe snack boy that attaches with a suction cup.

Does your thermometer need an upgrade? Normally this top-rated one is $30.

This infrared sensing gizmo gives you the temperature instantly and can be used either in the ear or over the forehead, which is great for middle-of-the-night spot checks. The bright display can be easily checked in the dark, and it’s color coded either green (normal), yellow (getting warm) or red (fever zone). There’s a voice feature that can be shut off (you know, when your kiddo is sleeping), and the thermometer will store the last 32 readings, so you can easily update your doctor on how your child is faring.

If you need an infant car seat, stop reading right now and order this popular, easy-to-install model, now 20 percent off for Amazon Prime Day.

Diaper blowouts and sleep deprivation come standard in the world of newborn parenting, but the folks behind the Chicco KeyFit Infant seat have made sure that no one should have to stress about whether or not their car seat is properly installed. The base, which stays in the car for easy in and out, has a leveling foot that allows you to easily adjust the angle, and a bubble indicator that turns green when it’s safely in. If you’re taking a cab, it’s also simple to use the seat with a shoulder belt using the routing paths. For teeny-tiny kiddos, the seat comes with a padded newborn positioner that offers head and body support, so your baby won’t land in the dreaded slumped-over position while you’re driving.

The top-rated Owlet baby monitor just went from $299.99 to $229.

Via its smart sock, the Owlet baby monitor tracks your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels. The sock connects to a base station that glows green when everything is okay, but uses lights, sounds and app notifications if your baby’s heart rate or oxygen levels are too high or too low.

Gear like this might feel like an indulgence, but not when it costs just $32 on Amazon Prime Day, which is a whopping 57 percent off the regular $70 list price.

Warning: You may come to develop an unhealthy obsession with this do-it-all device, which can not only warm bottles and defrost breast milk, making middle-of-the-night feedings less painful, but also heat up baby food to a perfectly safe temperature. It can also function as a sterilizer for bottles, nipples, pacifiers and other small items. There’s a delay start function, so you can set it up to 10 hours ahead for your baby’s morning bottle. If you do this before bed, you’ll buy yourself at least a few minutes of extra sleep, which is precious currency for new parents.

For Amazon Prime Day, this lovely-looking changing table is $110, which is 21 percent off. In accordance with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines, it features a recessed top surface surrounded by guardrails.

Besides espresso, this changing table comes in a few other finishes, including cherry, pebble gray and white. There’s a safety strap to help secure baby, and open shelving to help organize diapers and wipes now, and toys and books later. Although a water-resistant changing pad is included, some parents opt to use a slightly thicker one. There’s a matching crib, but don’t feel restricted, as this piece’s clean, simple lines will coordinate with many styles of nursery furniture.

This beloved crib sheets have nearly 800 Amazon reviews, most of them positive. If you're willing to pick light blue, you can save a whopping 28 percent for Amazon Prime Day (other colors are also discounted, but not quite as much). At $13 a sheet, it's a good time to stock up.

The brand you know for delightful-smelling products like lip balm and lotion does not disappoint when it comes to baby bedding. These sheets are made with organic cotton and offer “360 elastic,” meaning they’re stretchy all the way around, versus just the corners, so they stay on more securely and give parents peace of mind. And if you’re trying to do your small part for the planet, Burt’s Bees also uses cotton that has received GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification, meaning that workers must receive fair wages and a safe labor environment, and that the harvesting process follows specific guidelines to protect the environment.

his smart piece of baby gear takes a regular playard to the next level, thanks to a clip-on canopy that will help shield your little one from the sun. With an Amazon Prime Day deal, it's just under $100, which is 20 percent off the regular price.

Planning to spend lots of time outside this summer? Add this breezy play yard to your arsenal of baby gear. It’s lightweight (just 12 pounds) and small, and folds into a handy travel bag that’s perfect for toting to the beach. The floor is padded and water-resistant, and the canopy can be partially unzipped to allow more air flow, or removed completely when you’re inside. And if your toddler wants to catch up on PJ Masks in his cozy spot (we don’t judge), there’s a hanging pouch that secures a tablet while allowing for touchscreen access.

For just under $100 (or 40 percent off the retail price, thanks Amazon Prime Day!), you can nab this convertible car seat that will work for your child from 5 through 100 pounds. (How many products can you think of that will work from basically birth to 5th grade?)

This clutch piece of gear is really three items in one: A rear-facing car seat, a forward-facing car seat and a belt-positioning booster. It offers seven inches of legroom for a comfy ride, and two built-in cup holders perfect for drinks, snacks and toys. The harness is simple to adjust by simply moving the headrest, which is helpful if you have children of different sizes sharing the seat. The straps can also be propped up and out of the way which makes it even easier to remove a squirmy toddler. And since messes on the road are inevitable when you’re dealing with small humans, you’ll be happy to know that the entire cover can be removed and popped into the washing machine.

This gorgeous play mat for babies is 20 percent for Amazon Prime members.

This play mat is fantastic because of its baby-friendly high-contrast patterns. It plays 20 minutes of music, and has an adjustable canopy for different play positions, as well as support for tummy time.

The Magic Bullet baby food maker is way down from its regular price of $79.99.

There’s something weirdly, profoundly satisfying about making your own baby food. And the Magic Bullet baby food maker includes a power base, batch bowl, baby blend blade, milling blade, and a silicone batch tray.

When it’s time for tummy time, babies will dig this play mat. Normally $70, it has a bee and butterfly cloud mobile, a wind chime, and a peek-a-boo tree.

Normally $159, you now pay $139.99 for one of our absolute favorite baby carriers.

This 3 Sprouts stroller organizer is $19.99. So we're pretty much open-mouthed at its current price.

This 3 Sprouts organizer keeps everything in place when you’re on the go, including diapers, wipes, bottles and other stuff when you’re out and about. It attaches to stroller handlebars and has two insulated drink holders and a pocket for a phone, car keys or umbrella. 

Well hello, fantastic baby monitor deal. This one is normally $69.99.

With this baby monitor, you can multi-share, meaning grandma and grandpa can see the baby if they want. It has night vision. And it gives parents a complete 360 degree viewing angle. Plus you get 1080P FHD resolution. And you can track movements in real time.

Breastfeeding moms use breast pumps, and this hospital-grade one used to run you $345.

This hospital-grade breast pump has customizable settings, two-phase cycling in the let-down, and a closed pumping system to prevent airflow between the milk and tubing, thus reducing exposure to bacteria.

Yes, we get it. Fancy baby monitors are awesome. But if you need something basic, this well-reviewed one is down from its regular $39.95 price.

This baby monitor has a five-level noise indicator and crystal-clear sound. The graphic bars on the parent unit’s screen show the noise level in your nursery, so you can have it muted. It has two-walk talk. And it works with rechargeable batteries that provide the parent unit with up to 18 hours of monitoring time on a single charge.

Normally you'd pay $135 for this large, insulated diaper bag backpack for dad, which gets glowing reviews from parents.

This is a pretty stunning price for a roomy, waterproof tactical backpack diaper bag. It comes with stroller straps, insulated pockets, and a changing pad. Amazon reviewers love this bag.  Its main compartment is spacious enough to fit extra clothing, toys, and blankets for not only one, but two kids, and it has a padded laptop pocket.

Normally this booster seat would cost you $34.99. But not today.

Once your kiddo can sit up, seat him or her in this cute and space-saving booster seat. It straps easily and securely to most dining and kitchen chairs, the tray is dishwasher-safe, and there’s a built-in sippy cup holder. 

If you're flying with kids, you need a car seat travel bag. And this one normally costs $126. It's got glowing reviews and is the first and only car seat travel bag with four 360-degree spinner wheels.

You cannot find a better car seat travel bag, at a better price. It’s fully padded on the sides, top and back for protection of your expensive car seat. It has a full access front opening with high-quality dual-zipper. 

This play mat and baby gym normally runs you $85. So get it now. It has a musical sheep, light-up star, cloud squeaker, bird rattle and baby-safe sunshine mirror.

Tummy time will actually be fun with this top-rated Skip Hop play mat, now 28 percent off.

Your baby should sleep on his or her back, on a flat surface. Even when you travel. Which is why you need this portable, foldable sleep center, with a removable full size bassinet.

Normally $80, you now pay way less for this all-in-one portable baby bed. It has a diaper stacker, a mobile, and a one-hand locking mechanism.

So you need a jogging stroller? How about this best in class Baby Trend jogging stroller, for the best price we've ever seen?

Normally $110, this jogging stroller is now $78. That is not a typo. You get large bicycle tires, a front swivel wheel, reclining padded seat, and a child and parent tray. It’s compact and folds up for travel. It’s suitable for babies six months and older, maxing out at 50 pounds.

This top-rated car seat meets the American Academy of Pediatrics' requirements for safety. And it's $60 off.

It’s a four-in-one car seat that gives you 10 years of use, transforming from rear-facing to forward-facing to backless belt-positioning booster. It fits kids up to 120 pounds. Graco’s Simply Safe Adjust Harness System adjusts the height of the harness and headrest to 10 positions in one motion, for total comfort. Normally, you’d pay $300 for it. 

One Fatherly editor used these toy organizes for years and years to keep her kid's loot contained. Sadly, she paid the full list price. You get a major deal here.

We’re not sure what makes these so rip-proof, but they never fall apart or lose their shape. These toy organizers and laundry hampers are normally $20. They fold away when not in use, and are 17.5 inches tall.

Babies love and need play mats, and you need this Tiny Love play mat, which is seriously cheap right now.

When it’s time for tummy time, babies will dig this play mat. Normally $70, it has a bee and butterfly cloud mobile, a wind chime, and a peek-a-boo tree.

This baby carrier used to cost $59.90. But join Prime to save $11.98, and use the extra seven percent off coupon on top of it.

Dads will dig this baby carrier. It evenly distributes weight, sparing your back. It fits all family members, with its highly adjustable waist belt. It fits babies from four to 36 months. There’s a side pocket to store your phone or keys.

If you have stairs or sharp objects or anything else adult in your home, you need a baby gate. And this one by Regalo will be 20 percent off on Amazon Prime Day.

This super-wide baby gate opens up to 192 inches wide and stands 28 inches tall. It has a 40-inch wide door for easy access, and when you’re done with it, it converts into an eight-panel play yard. 

One of the smartest baby monitors on the market will be 20 percent off during Amazon Prime Day. The Nanit Plus baby monitor has two-way audio, background audio, and remote viewing, so you can see your baby from anywhere.

This baby monitor tracks your baby’s sleep, lets you see your infant from anywhere, and tracks sound and motion. Plus, it has temperature and humidity sensors.

You get four products in one with this sleep training clock. It works as a sleep trainer, soother, nightlight, or alarm clock. When in sleep training mode, the cloud lights up. Red means it's bedtime. Green means it's fine to get up.

When you use this sleep training clock in soother mode, your baby hears white noise, rain, and a lullaby. And the nightlight has a soft glow with three brightness levels. And it is available on Amazon Prime Day.

This changing pad cover is 20 percent off on Amazon Prime Day. It's basically a baby-changing staple.

This changing mat cover has elasticized edges and contoured design to prevent sliding and shifting and is sized to fit most standard changing pads. 

Kids love their own tables and chairs, where they can do crafts and draw. And this set is 20 percent off for Amazon Prime Day.

This table and chairs set is great for a playroom, but won’t be an eyesore in your living room either. It’s made of wood, with a child-safe finish. Assembled dimensions: table: 24.5″W x 24.5″D x 21″H; chair: 16.25″W x 15.5″D x 22.75″H. 

This good-looking convertible crib is 20 percent off on Amazon Prime Day.

This convertible crib also morphs into a toddler bed, a day bed, and a full-sized bed with a headboard and footboard. The daybed rail is included. It has a three-position mattress height adjustment that lets you lower the mattress as your baby begins to sit or stand. 

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