Amazon Prime Day is here! 🎉 The best deals for baby, kids + mama

From faves for mama + home to incredible deals for baby and the kids—here's what we're adding to our carts.

Amazon Prime Day is here! 🎉 The best deals for baby, kids + mama

Arguably the biggest sale day of the year (yep, even more than Black Friday and Cyber Monday), Amazon Prime Day is finally here, mamas! If you're not already a Prime member, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial to enter the sale.

It's full of goodies for everyone in the family and is the perfect time to purchase those products you've been coveting. And, no one is judging if you're getting a head start on the holiday season.

Everything starts at 3pm ET today! While there is limited stock, the sale will run through midnight PT on July 17 and new items will be added—nearly 36 hours of incredible deals!

We'll be updating the deals throughout the day so you don't have to scour through thousands of items so keep checking back here for new sales we love. And, if you want other coverage, check out our Amazon Prime Day page for the latest stories.

Without further ado, here are our favorite items from Prime Day. Get to shopping, mamas!

For baby

Diaper Genie + refills, $39.99 (regularly $49.99)

Infant Optics Baby Monitor, $165.99 (regularly $229.99)

Baby Handprint Kit, $12.88 (regularly $21.95)

Britax B-Free & B-Safe Ultra Travel System, $297.49 (regularly $439.99)

Stork Custom Glider and Ottoman, $149.99 (regularly $178.99)

Infant Sleeper, $29.98 (regularly $49.99)

JOOVY High Chair, $157.81 (regularly $199.99)

Ingenuity Cradling Swing, 20% off of $99.99

Graco Jogger Baby Travel System, $172.00 (regularly $319.99)

Graco Pack 'n Play, $40.95 (regularly $79.99)

Safety 1st 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat, $115.59 (regularly $169.99)

Convertible 5-in-1 Crib, 20% off $150.00 (regularly $169.95)

Burt's Bees Baby Changing Pad Cover, 20% off 12.99 (regularly $16.95)

Organic Fitted Crib Sheets, 20% off $18.95 (regularly $21.99)

Amazing Baby Sleeping Sack, 30% off $16.99

Walk-Thru Gate, 25% off $59.88 (regularly $63.32)

Fisher-Price On-The-Go Baby Dome, $43.88 (regularly $69.99)

Summer Infant Portable Booster, 20% off $25.49 (regularly $34.99)

Amazon Cloud Cam, $59.99 (regularly $119.99)

Philips Avent Natural Baby Bottle Essentials Set, $43.49 (regularly $69.99)

White Noise + Bluetooth Speaker, $29.99 (regularly $49.99)

Baby Trend Double Jogger Stroller, $135.99 (regularly $199.99)

Tommee Tippee Bottle Set, $19.99 (regularly $36.99)

Diono Radian All-In-One Convertible Car Seat, $179.99 (regularly $234.95)

Mama Bear Organic Baby Food Pouches, Set of 12, $11.03 (regularly $15.75)

Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo, $73.49 (regularly $104.99)

Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube, $16.39 (regularly $24.99)

Kids&Koalas Foldable Baby Walker, $90.23 (regularly $112.79)

Dr. Brown's Narrow Pink Bottles, 3-pack, $13.19 (regularly $20.99)

Glass Sip 'n Straw Cup, $8.72 (regularly $19.99)

Honest Diapers, 70% off

2-in-1 Shopping Cart Cover, $21.58 (regularly $40.00)

Owlet Smart Sock Baby Monitor, $249.99 (regularly $299.99)

For the kids

Square Panda Phonics Playset, $49.95 (regularly $99.95) [in partnership with Square Panda]

Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet, $89.99 (regularly $129.99)

UV Play Shade, $29.99 (regularly $43.49)

WowWee Fingerlings Unicorn, $14.79 (regularly $17.99)

Pure Enrichment Cool Mist Humidifier, $39.99 (regularly $79.99)

Tot Tutors 2-in-1 Activity Table, $40.49 (regularly $77.00)

Evenflo Harnessed Booster, 20% off of $61.83

Insulated Toddler Backpack, 30% off $18.39 (regularly $20.00)

Britax Harness Booster Car Seat, 25% off $149.99 (regularly $229.99)

Xbox One Starter Bundle, $229.99 (regularly $299.99)

Hatchimals CollEGGtibles, $5.38 (regularly $9.99)

Sharpie Markers, 24 count, $11.36 (regularly $32.32)

WowWee Elmoji Junior Coding Robot, $28.96 (regularly $59.99)

Peppa Pig Lights + Sounds Home Playset, $31.49 (regularly $59.99)

Magaformers Basic Set, $28.20 (regularly $49.99)

Microscope Kit, $25.19 (regularly $41.99)

Happy Belly Yogurt Trail Mix, $12.94 (regularly $18.49)

Mountain Falls Hypoallergenic Tear-Free Baby Night-Time Bath, $9.81 (regularly $14.02)

SmartLab Toys Extreme Secret Formula Lab, $11.16 (regularly $19.99)

Moon Shoes, $23.43 (regularly $39.99)

KidKraft Charlotte Dollhouse, $97.99 (regularly $139.99)

Radio Flyer 4-in-1 Stroll 'N Trike, $55.53 (regularly $109.99)

Teddy Bear, $11.48 (regularly $20.00)

Things I Eat, My First Match Game, $6.45 (regularly $11.99)

Stainless Steel Sippy Cup, Set of 2, $16.99 (regularly $25.99)

Twin Mattress, $64.57 (regularly $113.54)

Melissa & Doug Slice and Back Wooden Play Food Set, $11.19 (regularly $19.99)

Kids Dinosaur Socks, $9.99 (regularly $11.00)

For parents

Instant Pot, $58.99 (regularly $99.95)

iRobot Roomba, $229.99 (regularly $349.99)

Kindle, $49.99 (regularly $79.99)

Audible, 3 month subscription, $4.95 per month (regularly $14.95/mo)

Anker Power Bank, $19.19 (regularly $49.99)

Clarisonic Mia, $79.00 (regularly $129.00)

Echo Dot, $29.99 (regularly $49.99)

Fitbit Charge 2, $119.95 (regularly $149.95)

Ring Video Doorbell Pro, $174.00 (regularly $249.00)

Skip Hop Diaper Bag Backpack, 30% off of $69.95

Bissell CrossWave Floor + Carpet Cleaner, $174.99 (regularly $249.99)

Vitamix Blender, $369.95 (regularly $529.99)

Cuisinart Food Processor, $125.99 (regularly $199.99)

Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, 4 months for $0.99 (regularly $7.99/mo)

Toshiba 50-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV, $289.99 ($399.99)

Blink Indoor Home Security Camera System, $99.99 (regularly $169.99)

Keurig Coffee Maker + Milk Frother, $109.99 (regularly $179.99)

Fire TV Stick, $19.99 (regularly $39.99)

Echo Show, $129.99 (regularly $229.99)

Coleman RoadTrip Propane Grill, $135.00 (regularly $262.49)

Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, $42.99 (regularly $59.99)

Air Purifier, $58.49 (regularly $89.99)

Folding Camping + Beach Wagon, $69.99 (regularly $119.99)

15-pc Knife Block Set, $94.28 (regularly $345.00)

Sally Hansen Nail Set, $40% off $27.20 (regularly $28.63)

Contigo Stainless Steel Travel Mugs, $23.49 (regularly $31.99)

Rwanda Whole Bean Coffee, Light Roast, $16.58 (regularly $23.69)

Thermometer for Forehead, $16.99 (regularly $29.99)

Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker, $69.00 (regularly $99.00)

Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle (Thermos), $18.33 (regularly $35.00)

Samsonite 5-Piece Luggage Set, $14900 (regularly $250.00)

23andMe DNA Test, $99.99 (regularly $299.99)

Philips Sonicare Toothbrush, $39.95 (regularly $69.99)

Stainless Steel Steam Iron, $51.99 (regularly $74.99)

Swiffer Continuous Clean Air System, $89.95 (regularly $104.95)

Ninja Blender, $49.99 (regularly $86.95)

Stainless Steel Coffee Mug Warmer, $20.31 (regularly $29.99)

Down Comforter + Duvet Insert, $32.87 (regularly $53.99)

Beachwaver Styler Kit, $134.00 (regularly $184.00)

Keurig K-Elite + 44 K-Cups, $99.99 (regularly $197.44)

Macbook, $989.99 (regularly $1,299.99)

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