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New baby gear for 2012

Christina Holt is a blogger and freelance writer who lives in Southern California with her husband and three boys. Christina uses her love of design, adventures in parenting and teaching background as inspiration for her writing on numer...

The most anticipated baby gear for 2012

The year 2012 brings new and exciting things for parents and babies. A lot is changing in the land of baby gear -- new advances in technology, enhanced safety features and updated fashions on some of our favorite gear, to name a few. We can’t wait for these exciting and highly anticipated new gear options!

Orbit Baby Double Helix

Orbit Baby Double Helix

Orbit has entered the world of double strollers with the long awaited Double Helix. With noticeable differences like the sleek black frame, one-piece and one-handed push handlebar, the Double Helix gives parents the option to stroll with twins, a baby and a toddler, two toddlers and the addition of up to two older children -- with the optional Sidekick stroller boards. For parents who already own the Orbit Baby G2 stroller, the extra seat (which includes a replacement handlebar) can be purchased to make your G2 into a double stroller.

Available: Spring 2012

Double stroller showdown >>

Clek Foonf

Clek Foonf

Until now, Clek has been known for their safe and stylish booster seats. The hot new car convertible car seat this year is the Clek Foonf.

The Foonf accommodates babies 6 months and older rear-facing until 45 pounds and forward-facing until 65 pounds and features a ridged LATCH system as well as a new REACT safety system.

Available: Summer 2012

New California booster seat laws in effect Jan. 1 >>

Valco Baby Zee

Valco Baby Zee

Valco Baby is introducing their new from-birth hybrid stroller this spring. The Valco Baby Zee is a lightweight stroller option for parents complete with a compact fold and automatic lock, rear suspension wheels, lockable front wheels and full recline with adjustable footrest.

Available: Spring 2012

Britax car seat fashions

Britax car seat

Britax doesn't need to change a thing with their line of popular, safe and easy-to-use car seats. The only thing Britax has changed in 2012 is adding new patterns for most of their seats. With the Aztec print for the Boulevard 70 and the Serene print for the Advocate 70 CS, Britax is expanding their look for 2012 and we love it.

Available: Spring 2012

Baby Jogger City Mini GT

Baby Jogger City Mini

Baby Jogger is clearly listening to its customers because the company took a favorite -- the original City Mini -- and made it better. The City Mini GT single and double stroller for 2012 will now have an adjustable handlebar, taller seat backs, forever-air tires for better suspension, a new braking system on the handlebar and even better access to the storage basket.

Available: Spring 2012

Maclaren Denim Twin Triumph

Maclaren Denim Twin Triumph

The Maclaren Denim Twin Triumph has become a part of Maclaren's amazing Object of Design collection. The stylish denim fabric not only looks great with it's authentic blue jean stitching, it's extremely durable, too. Perfect for twins or for a baby and toddler, the Twin Triumph accommodates newborns and has a combined weight limit of 110 pounds.

Available: Now


Phil and Teds Promenade

Phil and Teds Promenade

Phil and Teds is at it again, but this time it's the new Promenade. The urban Promenade stroller offers unique features allowing the stroller to grow with your child… and subsequent children. The reversible stroller seat converts to an infant bassinet without changing fabrics, the handlebar extends for taller parents or for use with the doubles kit and both the main seat and doubles kit have a one-handed full reclines.

Available: Now

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