Baby

October 25

Well.ca Stocktoberfest Deals: Up To 75% Off Baby, Personal Care, Home Items & More!

Posted by on October 25, 2014 at 9:00 PM

Well.ca Stocktoberfest Deals: Up To 75% Off Baby, Personal Care, Home Items & More!

Well.ca wants you to stock up and is offering up to 75% off during their Stocktoberfest sale but it’s only on until tomorrow, so don’t miss it!

Although you can browse all of the Stocktoberfest sale items in one go, you can also shop among the following 5 categories: baby & kids, skin care & personal care, food, vitamins & supplements as well as home, leisure & pets.

I headed over to the baby category first and found a couple of sweet deals. The Boon grass countertop drying rack is on sale for $11.99 (reg. $19.99). Looking around, this is the cheapest price I have seen it at, with Amazon listing it at a sale price of $14.99. Here’s a review I found on Amazon for it:

Best drying rack. Easy to clean, you can quickly just place your bottles/other things to dry there. Life needs more simplicity like this, my wife and I are busy enough without fiddling with hooks and “properly placing” items on traditional racks.

Since the time has come for my munckin to start solids, I’m definitely adding the OXO tot bib to my cart. It has a bit of a funny appearance at first but I have heard from many moms that it’s an amazing accessory for a mess-free feeding experience. You can get it for just $13.29 (reg. $18.99) and it’s available in a blue colour.

In the “home, leisure & pets” section, I found Royale 2-ply bathroom tissue on sale for just $6 (reg. $11.99). It comes with 16 rolls, which means that per roll, you’re looking at paying just $0.375. Who can resist kitten-like softness after going to the bathroom? Loads of 5/5 reviews for it as well. Well.ca Stocktoberfest Deals: Up To 75% Off Baby, Personal Care, Home Items & More!

If you’re looking for something original to either impress your guests or give as a Christmas gift, then check out the Zoku ice ball molds. On sale for $17.49 (reg. $24.99), it… you guessed it, makes ice in the shape of a ball. It’s a set of 2 molds but although you will only be able to make 2 balls at a time, each ball is large (about half the size of a small glass according to the picture).

The items listed in this blog post are only a tiny percentage of the amount of stock you can actually pick from. There is plenty more, so make sure to leave a comment with your finds! Shipping is free on orders over $25.

(Image Credit: Justin Walther)

(Expiry: 26th October 2014)

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October 24

Toys R Us Canada Midnight Madness Sale Starting @ 6pm Tonight!

Posted by on October 24, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Toys R Us Canada Midnight Madness Sale Starting @ 6pm Tonight!

Starting at 6pm EDT tonight, Toys R Us will be having a Midnight Madness Sale but don’t miss it because it’s only 6 hours and will end at midnight. Plus, when you spend over $100, you will also get 75 bonus Air Miles reward miles.

Keep in mind that not all deals will be live at exactly 6pm. Some will only start at 7pm, 8pm or 10pm. Below I have selected some of the hottest deals that are worth paying attention to but you can check out all of these either once the event goes live or in Toys R Us’ sneak preview flyer.

6pm – 12am

7pm – 12am

8pm – 12am

10pm – 12am

If you don’t already have an eReader, then the 30% discount on Kobo readers and accessories is certainly worth taking advantage of. The Kobo Touch eReader, for instance, comes down to just $56 instead of $79.99. That is an incredible price to pay for an eReader and a Kobo one at that. In fact, the Kobo Touch is all out of stock on Chapters Indigo’s site and the cheapest eReader available there right now is the Kobo Arc 7 at $129.99. Sure, it’s an inch bigger than the touch but I promise, you won’t even notice the difference. I have had the same Sony eReader 6″ for a couple of years now and I certainly don’t mind that it’s “only” 6 inches in size. With the Kobo Touch, you can add over 2.5 million books (I dare you to reach that threshold) and it also has a 1-month battery life.

For the most part, shipping is free on orders over $25. However, some larger items may come at an extra shipping cost, which you will see at check-out.

(Image Credit: Daniel Kelemen)

(Expiry: 24th October 2014)

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October 22

WalMart Canada: Contours Lite Baby Stroller | Was $120 Now $75 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 11:25 AM

WalMart Canada: Contours Lite Baby Stroller | Was $120 Now $75 (EXPIRED)

Hey there, my fellow deal hunters! WalMart currently has their Contours Lite Stroller on clearance for just $75 – the regular price of this baby stroller is $119.99. If you wanted to buy this stroller on Amazon, it would cost you $159.98! It’s also on sale at Diapers.com for $95. What’s especially great about this WalMart deal is that you’ll also get free shipping with your order! That’s right – Wednesday is a great day to save!

If you’ve been seeking a reliable stroller for your child, then your search should end when you check out this Contours Lite Stroller! It’s got some great features, including a recline-able seat, a parent cup holder, a storage basket, swivelling front wheels that can help you steer easily, a child tray complete with drink holder, an adjustable 5-point harness, and a large canopy that can help you keep the sun away. You can learn more about this Contours Lite Stroller by clicking here.

If I had to purchase a stroller for my child, I would make sure that it was safe, easy to maneuver, and highly rated online. This Contours Lite Stroller thankfully has many favourable reviews online, and I’ve included a snippet of one of them from a satisfied WalMart customer below:

I first used the stroller at home. It was light and easy to manuever in the house. If I needed to, I could carry it up and down the stairs. I think Baby Savvy enjoyed it too. I gave her a bottle on more than one occasion and would rock the carraige. Before I knew it, she was asleep. This must have been a sign of comfort. When we go out for a walk, I like the protection of the oversized orange shade. It is not big and bulky so it was easy to get in and out of stores. 

Since this Contours Lite Baby Stroller is on clearance, it may not be in stock for very long, so check it out while this deal is still valid. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 17

Toys R Us Canada Lowest Prices Of The Season On Now: Up To 50% Off Toys, Clothes, Nursery Items Etc.

Posted by on October 17, 2014 at 9:30 PM

Toys R Us Canada Lowest Prices Of The Season On Now: Up To 50% Off Toys, Clothes, Nursery Items Etc.

Toys R Us’ Lowest Prices of the Season sale is on right now and for just one week, you can save up to 50% off plenty of items for both kids and babies.

There are plenty more savings to be had but below are just some of the ones that most stood out to me.

Toys R Us Lowest Prices Deals

Babies R Us Lowest Prices Deals

My baby is nearing 6-months and has been sleeping in a pack ‘n play since birth but although her crib is all assembled in her room, we still don’t have a crib mattress. I almost bought one last week but boy, am I happy I waited, because all mattresses are 20% off a Babies R Us right now as well. One of the bestselling mattresses is the Safety 1st peaceful lullabies bamboo mattress and it’s one that I have actually been eyeing myself. It’s currently on sale for just $127.87 (reg. $159.99) and boasts a general consensus of 4.5/5 stars with over 30 reviews like this one:

Was very skeptical about purchasing such a important product online without being able to feel the mattress, but all is well and the mattress feels great (I relaxed on it watching TV for an hour)and fits perfectly snug in our crib. Nice price and great buy!!

What I like about this mattress the most is that the outer cover is made of bamboo and the filling consists of natural cotton, wool fibers and polyester. Even though the surface is water-resistant, I would still get a mattress cover and luckily, those are currently 30% off as well.

For the most part, shipping is free on orders over $25. Larger items like mattresses are shipping at a cost that is different per item.

(Image Credit: Mike Mozart)

(Expiry: 23rd October 2014)

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October 15

Future Shop Canada: Eddie Bauer Deluxe High Chair | Was $170 Now $100 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 15, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Future Shop Canada: Eddie Bauer Deluxe High Chair | Was $170 Now $100 (EXPIRED)

Future Shop is at it again! They have a great deal of the day available today for an Eddie Bauer Deluxe High Chair – it normally costs $169.99, but you can now get it for $99.99! You’ll also qualify for free shipping. This is an appealing deal for those that want to provide their baby with a high quality high chair, since you’re saving $70 off the retail price. This deal will expire before midnight tonight, so check it out while it’s still valid.

With this classy high chair, your baby will know how to style and profile in no time! The Eddie Bauer Deluxe High Chair has 7 adjustable levels, and has a multitude of different features:

  • Recommended for children from 5 to 36 months (up to 50 pounds)
  • Folds flat for easy storage
  • One hand front tray release
  • Has an integrated snack tray
  • The seat pad is machine washable, and the insert tray is dishwasher-safe
  • Infant head support is easily removable
  • Has a large storage basket
  • This chair is mobile thanks to its locking castors

The Eddie Bauer brand is one that has high affinity with many shoppers. I didn’t even realize that they had deluxe high chairs available, since I’m more familiar with their apparel. Either way, this is one heck of a deal. After all, it normally sells for $169.99 at Best Buy, and Sears has a similar model that’s also $169.99.

I’ve included a brief review of this Eddie Bauer Deluxe High Chair from a satisfied Best Buy customer below:

Nice soft (and washable) seat, tray slides in and out smoothly, and easy to adjust height and recline. Lost a star because the harness seems to be too big for my baby. Will need to investigate if there is a fix for that. Overall a very nice chair!

This deal will expire before midnight tonight. Limited quantities are available, so it may not even be in stock for very long. Either way, if you need a high chair for your baby, check out this deal at Future Shop. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 15th October 2014)

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October 12

Best Buy Canada: $100 Off Summer Infant Baby Touch 2 Video Baby Monitor – Now $170

Posted by on October 12, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Best Buy Canada: $100 Off Summer Infant Baby Touch 2 Video Baby Monitor   Now $170

I have been in the market for a video baby monitor and much to my excitement, the Summer Infant Baby Touch 2 video baby monitor is on sale for just $170.38 at Best Buy right now. It was originally priced at $270.38, which puts it at a $100 discount!

Whether you’re pregnant or already have a baby, if you don’t already own a video baby monitor, then this is definitely a great deal. In fact, it’s one that I’m thinking of taking advantage of because it’s essentially 37% off and has loads of great features.

When considering what kind of baby monitor I wanted, some of my top criteria were that it must be a video one with a large screen, the camera should tilt and it should have a decent battery life. Reading around, I quickly discovered that one of the top complaints with regards to baby monitors is their poor battery life but luckily, the Summer Infant baby touch 2 actually boasts a 300 minute battery life.

Although that’s a 5 hour battery life, I’m sure it largely depends on the functions that you make use of because on top of measuring the room temperature, it also has movement monitoring. Personally, I don’t have much use for room temperature monitoring just because I have a digital thermostat in each room and I can easily set it to a comfortable temperature, but I’m sure that a couple of you are sure to appreciate this function.

With a range of 183m, it also has a 3.5″ touch screen, which is definitely one of the largest one available on the market. Even better is that the camera also has night vision.

By getting this baby monitor, you can also get a 10% discount on any baby proofing products from safety bundles to gates. In fact, the Safety 1st nursery safety bundle is already on sale for $24.99 (reg. $45), which means that if you add both the baby monitor and this bundle to your cart, you can get it for an even lower price of just $22.49.

Running a quick price comparison, the cheapest I found this baby video monitor anywhere else is for $215.99 at Sears and Shop.ca has it for $269.99.

As Best Buy ships all orders over $25 for free, you’re also sure to get this monitor shipped for free as well.

(Image Credit: Nate Grigg)

(Expiry: 13th October 2014)

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October 10

Save Your Money While on Parental Leave

Posted by on October 10, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Save Your Money While on Parental Leave

We all know how expensive a baby can be, let alone having to work on reduced income such as paternity or maternity leave.  Many new parents often underestimate just how much that first year with the baby is going to cost them.  While we are very fortunate in Canada to have the option of one year of maternity leave, the great thing is that we have the option to stay for the full year, or if we want we can return to work earlier.

Here are some ways to plan ahead and also some ways in which you can try and save money for your baby’s first year.

Figure How Much You Will Get

Handy websites like Employment Insurance Maternity and Parental Benefits from the Government of Canada will help you figure out how much you will be able to get every two weeks.  For 2014, the maximum amount that you can receive per week is $514 and you are able to receive 55% of your maximum insurable earnings, maxed at around $48,600.  Knowing how much you will receive will help you figure out how much you need to save for your baby’s first year.

You are eligible for parental leave benefits if you have worked over 600 hours in the past 52 weeks, as per BrighterLife.

Figure Out How Much It May Cost

If you are able to plan ahead, you can budget how much you’ll need to save before the baby arrives to ensure a smooth transition.  The last thing you want to stress out about is finances because there are so many other things to worry about.  Like making sure the baby is fed, or what to do so you can get more sleep!

Baby Center has a fantastic baby cost calculator that can estimate the total first year cost for your baby.  The average first year cost for a baby is just shy over $6,000 if you don’t have any regular childcare or daycare in your first year.  Of course if you are planning to feed your baby formula this cost fluctuates too.  There are about $2,000 worth of one time costs that you could use for your next baby if you have one.  In summary, the costs for your baby’s first year are individualized and can fluctuate widely.

Ways to Save Money While on Parental Leave

Canadian Family suggests that you cut down on wants and just focus on needs.  Hand-me-downs are a great idea because children often outgrow their clothes so quickly.  In addition, meal planning works well for your family (not your baby of course) because you or your partner may be too exhausted to cook on a daily basis.  With the luxury of time on your side, maxing out those home cooked meals works well to save on food costs.  Another way to save money is to see whether using cloth or disposable diapers is cheaper for your budget.  In general, it is more economical to use cloth diapers (and even more economical if you wash it yourself) if you use a cloth diaper pick up service.  And it is better for the environment.

The Government of Canada also has a great financial checklist of things you should do after your baby arrives here.

Can I Work During Parental Leave?

Many new parents want to work during parental leave, even if they are odd jobs here and there because, hey, anything helps!

This post from Canadian Budget Binder helps summarize whether you are able to work while on parental leave in Canada.  While it may be tempting to earn a little cash on the side, the amount gets reduced from your maternity leave and employment insurance earnings, so it might be wise to have a cautious look first before you start pulling cash in.  Basically if you work too much you could get your maternity leave benefits clawed back.

Hopefully this post answers some questions about how much you might get while on parental leave, how much your baby’s first year will cost, how to save money during parental leave, and whether you can work on the side.  Having a first baby is both overwhelming and exciting, congratulations on your new bundle of joy!

Bargainmoosers, how did you make it work during your maternity or paternity leave?  Do you have any tips for fellow Bargainmoosers?

Photo credit: Roberto D’Angelo

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October 3

Chapters Indigo: 49% Off Baby’s Hoodie & Wash Mitt – Now $15

Posted by on October 3, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Chapters Indigo: 49% Off Babys Hoodie & Wash Mitt   Now $15

Chapters Canada is offering 49% off a hoodie and wash mitt set for infants. Originally $29.50, these cute little sets are now on sale for $15.

Are you going to any baby showers this fall? These cute little sets from Chapters Indigo are both practical and affordable for guests on a budget. The sets are made of natural cotton terry and come with a matching washcloth. They suggest that you can use the matching washcloth as a hand puppet during bath time. There are two sets still available and they are selling out super quick.

The Hoodie and Wash Mitt – Kitty is still in stock. The washcloth and towel are white with pink and black accents to create the face and ears. You can also buy the Hoodie & Wash Mitt – Bunny. This set is made of pink terry with ivory ears and mouth. It looks like the towel also has paws built into it as well.

Both are very cute and would make a great gift for a friend or family member expecting. There were five sets in total, but three had sold out within just a few hours.

Unfortunately, there is only one review on the entire site for this product and it is pretty negative. They said that it started to fray and fall apart early. However, I think they might have got a bad set because a ton of these sets have sold and no one else has complained about the quality. With hundreds, probably thousands, of sets sold you would think more than one person would complain if there was a quality issue.

If I were going to a baby shower, I would probably make up a baby gift basket and add this to the mix. I might also add in this Farmhouse Friends Bathtime Gift Set (0-9 mos) for just $20, originally $30 to complete my bath time themed gift. If I could splurge a bit more, then I would throw in these Bath Sponges – Princess or Bath Sponges – Headphones for just $10 a piece, originally $14.50. For $45, I could get a towel and mitt set, huge bath time gift set, and a set of bath sponges. That is a sweet little set.

Receive free shipping on orders of $25 or more at Chapters Canada. There are plenty of good children’s toys on sale from 30% to 50% off right now.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 2

Amazon Family: 1 Month Free Trial for 2 Day Shipping, 20% off Diapers & More

Posted by on October 2, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Amazon Family: 1 Month Free Trial for 2 Day Shipping, 20% off Diapers & More

First, there was Amazon Prime. Then, there was Amazon Student. Now, there is Amazon Family. Amazon Family is a version of Amazon Prime for people with a young one about to pop out of the oven (or be adopted). For young families, Amazon is offering their Prime service for free for one month. Amazon Prime usually costs $79 per year, but with this offer you can try out what Amazon Prime for a full month and cancel before you get billed.

Be sure to cancel just before your month is over so you will not be billed for the entire year (if you do not wish to continue with Amazon Prime). There are many reasons why you might want to continue with Amazon Prime though.

So, what does Amazon Family offer?

First, you receive two day shipping on almost everything that Amazon Canada sells. If it is in stock, it will arrive at your door within two days. As a young parent, it can be difficult to get out the door to fetch the necessities of life and childcare. Often, things get pushed to the last minute and you find yourself out of stock and in need. Two day shipping for free becomes a necessity, and you may wonder how you ever lived with it. I am currently trialing the Student Prime account. I must say, two day shipping is super nice. Two-day shipping is not available on subscribe and save orders.

With Amazon Family, you will also receive 20% off all diapers (with subscribe & save). Just a note there, I think that is pretty screwy. You can get two-day shipping on everything but the thing you would probably need it most on: diapers. Do you see Ivan’s post about sale diapers at Amazon just yesterday? Well, as an Amazon Family member you can receive an extra discount on top of those prices. Your savings will quickly add up and the Family prime membership will quickly pay for itself just in diaper savings. For those curious as to how the diaper savings works, this is what Amazon says:

If you already have Subscribe & Save delivery on diapers that qualify for the Amazon Family discount, you’ll automatically receive the additional 15% discount once you join Amazon Family.

You will also receive exclusive deals and coupons on baby supplies and more with your Amazon Family membership. I highly suggest reading all the fine print too before you commit to a long-term membership.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 2

Future Shop Canada: Evenflo Triumph LX Convertible Car Seat | Was $170 Now $100 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 2, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Future Shop Canada: Evenflo Triumph LX Convertible Car Seat | Was $170 Now $100 (EXPIRED)

Good morning, Bargainmoosers! Future Shop is currently having an intriguing deal on their Evenflo Triumph LX Convertible Car Seat – it normally retails for $169.99, but you can get it today for just $99.99! With $70 off of the retail price, you just can’t ignore this deal. You’ll also qualify for free shipping!

The Evenflo Triumph LX Convertible Car Seat can accommodate children that weigh anywhere from 5 to 65 pounds. You can read more about the specific details of this car seat by clicking here.

If you know anyone that’s planning to have a child, this would be a great gift for the holidays. It appears to have some great reviews online, and it does exactly what it’s advertised to do: it helps keep children safe in a vehicle. It looks great, too.

If you were to purchase this Evenflo Triumph LX Convertible Car Seat at Sears, it would cost you $144.49, and it retails for $169.99 at Toys R Us. I found a review from a satisfied Sears customer that I think you should all read – I’ve included it below:

I bought this car seat about a year ago. I was recently in a terrible accident with my son. We were hit from the side by a tractor trailer. He was able to walk away from the accident with not even a seat belt bruise. After the crash we checked the car and the seat didnt move one bit. The seat belt has always been easy to use and after this accident I know it does that job. I am buying the same one.

This sale ends today, so check this out while you still can. I hope you all enjoy your Thursday!

(Expiry: 2nd October 2014)

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September 29

Sears Canada: Delta Hutton 3-in-1 Crib Just $99 (Reg. $350) – YMMV (HOT!)

Posted by on September 29, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Sears Canada: Delta Hutton 3 in 1 Crib Just $99 (Reg. $350)   YMMV (HOT!)

This morning, Ivan blogged about a $150 deal on GreenPan 11-pc cookware set that is on today only, but I have also found another super hot deal on a 3-in-1 crib but it’s in-stores only. If you hurry, there is a chance that you could get the Delta Hutton 3-in-1 crib for just $99 because of a flyer error. It was supposed to be on sale for $199 from an original retail price of $349.99.

I first came upon this deal on a BabyCenter thread and while it’s valid all over the country, it is selling out super quick. In fact, it’s already sold out online and many people have been lining up at Sears as well, but I’m letting you know about it because there is a chance that you could still get it.

You could try your luck by either dropping by a Sears store in person or you could always try calling. Personally, I would prefer to drop by just because there is a higher chance of securing one of the last remaining ones and I haven’t had the best experience in calling my local Sears store for information in the past.

It might be a good idea to either bring the Sears flyer with you in-stores or at the very least, show it on your smartphone if you run into any trouble. Your store should honour the printed price and the only hitch you might run into is that this crib might already be sold out.

Considering this crib was originally priced at $350, it’s definitely an amazing deal as it puts it at a 72% discount. As a 3-in-1 crib, it can be transformed from a crib to a toddler bed and finally into a regular daybed. It’s also recommended to only use it until your child is 15 months. Out of the 5 reviews on Sears’ site, the Delta Hutton crib has garnered a general consensus of 4.6 stars out of 5, with positive reviews like this one:

Crib was easy to assemble, taking my wife and I about 20 minutes to have the crib ready for use! Crib is sturdy and matches the room we have quite well.

Moosers, we would love to hear from you in the comments section; be sure to let us know if you manage to secure this deal at Sears!

(Expiry: 5th October 2014)

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September 25

BabySteals: Maman Kangourou Wrap Only $34.99 (EXPIRED

Posted by on September 25, 2014 at 12:30 PM

BabySteals: Maman Kangourou Wrap Only $34.99 (EXPIRED

I wanted to blog this deal for you 1) because it is a hot deal and 2) because this product has amazing reviews. Get the Maman Kangourou wrap for $34.99, with a regular price of $65 or more from Baby Steals.

If you are pregnant or have a baby, you might know how great having a baby carrier or wrap is. I’ve had three babies and I religiously used my carrier while my kids were little. It came in even more handy once my second and third babies came because I really needed my hands! With my first, I would put him in the carrier to get housework and shopping done and he loved being in there and I could get what I needed done while still holding him. Sometimes I would put him in there just to walk around until he fell asleep and then I put him right into his crib. With my subsequent babies, just holding my oldest one’s hands while crossing the street was made easy with a carrier.

What’s unique about this wrap is that it is made in Canada, but also that you can wear it for as long as you’d like. There are different ways to wrap your baby and you’ll find the one that is most comfortable for you and babe. I can tell you that I paid a lot more than $35 for the wrap I had.

There is a small catch to this deal. Baby Steals is American so all prices are in USD and they will ship from the U.S. The shipping cost for this wrap is about $10, but even with that cost and the cost of duty, which came to $4 and is shown right at checkout, this deal still beats any prices in Canada.

Just to show you some comparisons, the Amerigo wrap comes in a variety of colours on Baby Steals for $34.99. I found it at Toys R Us for $69.99. Even with the $15 in extra charges, Baby Steals beats their price by $20 (plus Canadian taxes).

It was at Toys R Us, I found the wonderful reviews. Out of 43 reviews, it has a 4.3 star rating. Check this one out:

This wrap is absolutely great. I have a 6 week old who is very fussy and is colicky. She falls asleep in this wrap right away and stays asleep. It is quite difficult to put her in the wrap when she is having a colic episode but once she’s in she’s fine. I also own a baby bjorn and this is easier on the back and shoulders. It’s a little difficult to learn how to use, the instructions provided and on their website are very difficult to follow I found, but once you figure it out, it’s very easy to throw on. Sometimes I am lazy and the baby bjorn is just easier to put on and leave the house.

If you’d like a different style, Baby Steals is also offering the mei tai type for $44.99.

(expiry: 25th September 2014)

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September 23

Robeez Canada Coupon Code: Extra 32% Off Sale Mini Shoez – Now $15

Posted by on September 23, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Robeez Canada Coupon Code: Extra 32% Off Sale Mini Shoez   Now $15

Everyone needs shoes, even babies! A number of Mini Shoez are currently on sale for just $21.99 at Robeez right now and for a limited time, you can get them all for just $14.99 each!

Click here to shop sale Mini Shoez @ MyRobeez.ca now

  • Coupon Code: MS1499
  • Discount: sale Mini Shoez for just $14.99
  • Expiry: 29th September 2014

Mini Shoez and Robeez shoes in general have been hailed by mommies as some of the best shoes that a little one can wear because of their design. Available in sizes ranging from as young as 3 months, all the way up to 24 months, Mini Shoez specifically almost all have an elastic at the back to ensure that the shoes stay one as you kid runs or rolls around everywhere. The sole is designed to be flexible and non-slip as well. All Robeez shoes are also in accordance with guidelines and recommendations set by the American Podiatric Medical Association.

Mini Shoez in the sale section were almost all originally priced at $36, which means that you’re looking to save a little over 55% off by redeeming the code above. The only two exceptions are Mini Shoez boots, which feature a $38 regular price and come up to a 58% discount. If you’re as obsessed by boots as I am, then you’re definitely going to want your little munchkin to wear the winter rush boots. They come with all of the usual Mini Shoez features that I listed above, along with extra ones like faux fur and leather laces.

I also love the Tennessee boots as they look ultra stylish as they are lined with leather and feature a big star on one side of each boot. Although these ones aren’t elasticized at the back, they do, however, have an elasticized panel at the side that zips up.

With Christmas almost upon us, the Caroline Mini Shoez would also be great for just about any Christmas outfit. Bright and shiny red in colour, they also have a cute little black bow on the top. Just like many of the other shoes, these are also made with patent leather.

Shipping is free on orders over $50, otherwise an $6.50 shipping fee will apply. To reach the $50 minimum threshold for free shipping, you need to add at least 4 Mini Shoez to your order or you can also check out the rest of Robeez’ sale section for more discounts.

Make sure to keep an eye on the Bargainmoose forum for more Robeez coupon codes.

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September 22

Sears Canada: Brica Right Height Baby Bath Centre – Just $6

Posted by on September 22, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Sears Canada: Brica Right Height Baby Bath Centre   Just $6

So many baby pictures on Bargainmoose today but this deal was just too good to pass on telling all of you moosers! At Sears right now, you can get the Brica Right Height bath centre for just $5.99!

Bathing a baby can sure be challenging at times, especially when they are still in the newborn stage but baths like these certainly simplify the much necessary task. This bath is suitable for babies as young as newly born all the way up to two years of age as it is composed of a larger bath and a newborn insert that can be positioned in three different ways. The great part about the newborn insert is that it can also be tilted forward to ensure that your baby is ultra comfy.

Even better is that this Brica bath can be clipped onto a stepping stool in order to raise it and make it more comfortable for the parent(s) to bathe the baby. That same stool can also be used later as an actual stepping stool for kids to brush their teeth at the sink for instance.

Although Sears doesn’t list this bath centre as being on sale, $6 is an incredible price to pay for a baby bath. The next comparable one they have in stock is the Summer Infant newborn-to-toddler fold away baby bath but even that one is significantly pricier at $25.49 (reg. $29.99).

At Toys R Us, the cheapest one its kind is the Summer Infant Right Height bath center for $39.99, which is actually very perplexing because the picture used for that one is the exact same as the one use for Brica’s baby bath at Sears and they both have the same exact features. It’s a rather interesting “coincidence” for sure, so if you have been eyeing the Summer Infant one or if you just have been looking to get a baby bath in general, then the $6 Brica is definitely a worthy choice, especially since I would argue that it has a $40 value, hence putting this deal at a 85% discount!

Sears ships all orders over $99 for free, so if you only get this bath, then you would be looking at a $7.95 shipping fee. You can also choose to have it shipped to your local Sears store for free instead.

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September 22

Costco Canada: Clearblue Fertility & Pregnancy Tests $10 Off

Posted by on September 22, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Costco Canada: Clearblue Fertility & Pregnancy Tests $10 Off

I feel like everyone around me is pregnant or having babies. My baby days are most likely over, but I found this great deal for all the procreators out there. Costco has Clearblue fertility and pregnancy tests on for $10 off their already competitive prices.

If you are trying to get pregnant, you might want to consider a digital ovulation test. These are hugely helpful for people who might think they know when they ovulate, but don’t really know. I did use an ovulation predictor when I was trying to get pregnant the first time, but luckily for me, I didn’t need it as I got pregnant almost the first month I tried. I know others who aren’t so lucky and this could be a great tool. What it does is detect your LH surge, which is when you ovulate. This means that you are about to ovulate, which translates to getting in the bedroom, stat! I think it is most helpful to use also as data for when around you’ll ovulate each month. This product has fantastic reviews and this one gives me a little tear in my eye:

“After many years and many different medical intervention that never resulted in a pregnancy, I decided to try these instead of the other opks I usually purchase, well, low and behold, I got pregnant, after 7 years…. I strongly recomment testing twice a day (AM & PM) this way, chances of missing your surge are minimal Costco Canada: Clearblue Fertility & Pregnancy Tests $10 Off .”
There are 20 in the box, which means this will last you quite a while depending on how often you test. Costco’s price is $49.99, with a regular price of $60.99. As for price comparisons, Amazon sells this exact set for $47.99 from a secondary seller. Well.ca sells seven tests for $54.99, which is $7.86 a test compared to Costco’s price of $2.50 a test. That is a huge savings!

Once you’ve done the deed and want to find out if you are pregnant, get yourself a pregnancy test. The Clearblue digital pregnancy test with conception indicator is also on sale, now $38.99 with a regular price of $48.99 for three packs of two tests. This test won’t just tell you if you are pregnant, it will tell you how many weeks you are too. It is a very sensitive test too, which will tell you up to four days early in most cases. If you are anything like me, buying a two-pack (and more) is essential. When I first got pregnant with my oldest, I didn’t really believe it and ran out and bought three more tests. It is also useful if you test a little too early and need to test again, or if you aren’t pregnant this month. Well.ca sells one pack of the two tests for $24.99 and Walmart sells it for $14.77, which still make Costco’s bulk on sale price the best.

Shipping is also free.

(Expiry: 28th September 2014)

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