Babies grow quickly, and they need lots of clothes, toys, and things to stimulate their minds. All of that can add up super quickly, but if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can easily reap the rewards of Prime Day and save big on tons of baby gear so that your little one can keep healthy and happy, and you don't have to tear your hair out when you see your empty wallet.

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Subscribe & Save: Boxes of Diapers

In the beginning, it feels like babies go through diapers at an insane rate, and luckily as they get older it slows down. When our baby was born, we didn't think we'd be able to keep them in stock, but once we figured out that you could stock up on them to get ahead in the battle, we were a much better place. Diapers are generally measured by weight, so if you know the pace of your baby's growth, you can see how many boxes you may want to buy. Sign up for Amazon's Subscribe & Save service so that you can save at least 5% extra on your purchase.

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Baby Diapers

There are a lot of brands when it comes to diapers, and that could make your purchasing decision a difficult one. Some buy only one brand, and some will try all of them. You do what's best for you, but please just don't pay full price.

Travel with ease: Strollers, carseats, & more

When it comes to traveling with your little one style may be important to you, but the biggest concern here is definitely safety and comfort. From an all-in-one car seat that grows with your kid as they do to a mirror so you can see them in the car or a carrier that lets you wear them while walking around, there is a lot to consider here. These are available from a bunch of different brands, each of which offers something slightly different, so be sure to check them all out and see which will work best for you.

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Baby Travel Gear

Some of the travel gear you buy for your newborn will be able to be used for years, other things will only work for a limited time. Generally, the ones that are designed to grow with the kids are more expensive, but that means you buy once (hopefully at a discount) and continue to use it, instead of buying multiple of the same things in larger sizes.

For someone else: Baby Gift Sets

You might not be ready to have a baby of your own (or you've already been there, done that), but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the discounts. Whether you want to give an imprint kit so they can remember the little hands and feet that the baby came home with, or a Baby Bullet system so that they can make their own food for the kiddos, you can score some big savings on popular items

For a friend

Keepsakes, inkpads, & more

There are lots of small trinkets, memory savers, and more that parents love to have around, but sometimes they forget to buy them since they spend their time focusing on the essentials. Help them keep those memories and give these fun things as gifts!

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How to get the Best Baby Deals

There's absolutely no denying that having a child could be one of the most expensive decisions that you make in your life, but with a little smarts you can actually make it so much more affordable. Before your baby is born, you'll have time to do some research, figure out what you want, and wait for it to go on sale, but after the baby is born, that extra time is gone. Whether it's something as simple as signing up for a subscribe and save service, or taking advantage of every coupon offer you can find, there are lots of ways to save.

Some of the easiest things to save on are diapers and wipes. You're going to need them, lots of them even. When they go on sale, stock up. Buy one of each size, buy two of the current size, just do what you have to do in order to maximize the savings when you see them. Sometimes, if you spend a certain amount of money you can score an extra discount or a gift card for future use, and while you may not always need those things at that time, you're going to in the future, so don't waste the savings.

Clothes, toys, and other fun things are easy to save on as well. The thing about babies is that they grow up, and they do it pretty quickly. Clothes are sized based on age, and toys are often listed as being appropriate for certain age groups, too. This makes it insanely easy to stock up and fill the gaps for the future when you're searching for deals. Already have enough for now? What about in three months? Will you need more? Pay attention to these things, group your toys, diapers, clothing, and more by the sizes and age groups so you can always see at a glance what items you may need to buy.

Best Android Phones for Kids in 2019

Smartphones give you a little more information regarding where your kids are and what they're doing, but they also give your kid some freedom to have a little fun or get in some trouble. The mark of a good kids' smartphone is one that's often cheap, yet capable. Here are some of the best devices you can get for your kids.

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Perfect balance: Moto G6

Staff pick

The Moto G6 isn't Motorola's latest midrange phone these days, but thanks to its better-than-ever price, it's a solid choice for your youngster. It has features like a fingerprint sensor, dual rear cameras, and a large 5.7-inch screen with relatively slim bezels. Also great is the fact that It works on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

$160 at Amazon

Pen pal: LG Stylo 4

The LG Stylo 4 is one of the most compelling budget options on the market, and its marquee features happen to be perfect for children. Its included stylus will allow your kid to draw or take notes. And that FullView display will be perfect for all the videos, apps, and games they need. Oh, and homework, of course.

$210 at Amazon

Insanely cheap: Moto E5 Play

The Moto E5 Play packs all the essentials a smartphone needs for a very reasonable asking price. It won't be playing some of the most demanding content Google Play has to offer, but it should be able to handle all the 2D-based kids' apps and games available, and that makes it perfect for younger children.

$115 at Amazon

First phone: Alcatel 1X

Cheap enough to be their first phone, the Alcatel 1X has everything it needs to help you keep in touch with your kids' needs while they're away. It features Android Oreo Go Edition, a lightweight version of the OS that maximizes memory usage. Best yet, you can drop less than a Benjamin and walk away with this one.

$89 at Amazon

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