Andy Cohen became a father for the first time after welcoming his son Benjamin back in February.
Now ahead of his first Father’s Day, the doting dad has shared the list of products that he feels every parent should purchase for their new arrival.
The Watch What Happens Live host said that he was still figuring out the ‘maze of parenthood’, and had been ‘a little overwhelmed with what products my son and I would need’.
Ahead of his first Father’s Day, Andy Cohen has shared a list of products from Amazon that he feels that every parent should purchase for their new arrival
Andy Cohen became a father for the first time after welcoming his son Benjamin in February
But he added that he wanted to share the essentials from Amazon that had worked for both his baby son and himself.
The list, which he created with Amazon Baby Registry, includes baby basics, bath time essentials, play and learn, out and about, and nursery products.
Cohen also included a ‘Just for Dad’ section because ‘sometimes, Dad needs a little love too’.
The Watch What Happens Live host said that he was still figuring out the ‘maze of parenthood’, and had been ‘a little overwhelmed with what products my son and I would need’
‘These must-have products have made my life so much easier – and allowed me to stress less and spend more quality time with the most important person in my world,’ he said.
The new dad also pointed out how convenient it is to have all the products delivered direct to his door when he has his hands full with a new baby.
You can find the full list of Andy’s choices here, but we’ve picked a few of our favorites to share below.
This diaper caddy will help you keep all of your essentials in one place, making it easy to transport everything from room to room. The handle has a touch-sensitive light that emits a soft glow, so the caddy is ideal for middle-of-the-night diaper changes.
This soft stuffed toy combined with pacifier is perfect for soothing restless babies. The animal is not only fun and easy to grab for babies, it has the added benefit of making the pacifier very hard to lose.
This tub is convenient for bath time, as it adapts and grows with your baby through three stages, so it is the only baby bath tub you’ll ever need. The Mesh Smart Sling locks into two ergonomic positions, one offering head-to-toe newborn cradling and the other supporting infants learning to sit. You can then remove the sling completely when your baby is able to sit upright.
‘Nothing in the world smells sweeter than a freshly washed baby,’ says Cohen. ‘And when you get past the panic of the first one, bath time is actually fun!’ And you can make bath time even more fun with this adorable terry cotton hooded towel that is soft and gentle on your baby’s skin.
Perfect for stylish moms and dads, this diaper backpack is both attractive and practical. It features eight separate compartments and strap buckles that allow it to be attached to any stroller.
Hide the inevitable dark circles from sleepless nights with a newborn using these classic Ray-Bans. The perfect treat for Dad this Father’s day.
The seat on this rainforest-inspired Jumperoo spins 360 degrees so your baby can discover the toys all around them. It also features two soft leaves that extend from the frame to create an overhead canopy with soft toys that dangle down for bat-at play.
‘Having a baby doesn’t slow me down!’ says Cohen, revealing that he and Benjamin love to get out and explore NYC. And this baby carrier makes it very easy, allowing you to carry your newborn close to you while you’re out and about.
This lounger is the perfect nest for your baby when you need a few moments of hands-free time. Even better, the entire pillow is machine-washable so you don’t need to worry about sticky hands or spills.
These bodysuits are not only incredibly cute, but they’re soft and cuddly as they’re made from 100 per cent organic cotton. They also feature a lap neckline and nickel-free bottom snaps to make it a breeze to get your baby dressed or changed.
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