In a high-tech world, baby products are moving more toward the basics of soothing and calming. With many parents working and not being able to spend as much time with their infants, manufacturers are leveraging this as an opportunity to market quality time between parent and baby through products said to be more pacifying. "There's been a real spark in the personal care category for infants and toddlers lately as many new products have been developed especially for these young children's ...

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