Nov. 8, 2013 at 10:17 AM ET
TODAY style editor and author Bobbie Thomas highlights the best new products for moms, from portable safety seats to bottles that heat up in minutes.
For parents looking to survive bath time without getting wet, look no further than Aacua's multi-use towel. The 4-in-1 design can be used as an apron-like smock to shield against splashes, and can then be quickly slipped-off to dry squirmy little ones. It can also be used as a post-bath wrap for baby, or as a robe for toddlers ($42, maamam.com).
Touted as the world's first self-warming feeding bottle, the iiamo Go heats liquid to the ideal temperature in about four minutes without electricity or cords. Eco-friendly and free of BPA and parabens, the disposable heating cartridge contains only salt and water ($26, modernmini.com).
On-the-go safety seat
From trains to planes, cabs to carpools, kids are often found in situations where no car booster seat is available, so along came BubbleBum, a portable option that children can take to school or use while traveling. The compact, portable design deflates and can be stored in its own bag ($39.99, bubblebum.co/us).
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