Best Buys Reviews & shopping Innovative product What was the best innovation in 2009? 1 of Ad break The best innovative products of the yearFrom bottles to bibs, breast pumps to bags, readers vote for the products they didn't realise they couldn't live without. Finalist: Little Helper Baby Boum Sleep SuitThe Baby Boum Sleep Suit is a gro-bag and jumpsuit all in one. The clever zip design means you can take your baby out of bed in his grobag, change him easily, and zip back up into a jumpsuit. Genius! From £29.99 Finalist: Debra Clare Baby and All BagBaby and All is a simple hands-free baby carrier that doubles as a handy bag to carry all those baby essentials. Looks good too. £45 Finalist: Medela Freestyle breast pumpEven though it’s costly, this breast pump is well worth it – it’s hands-free so you can feed with ease. Offers single or double pumping and breastshields for maximum comfort. £244.69 Continue slideshow > Finalist: SkibzA bandana-style dribble bib that will keep your little one's skin dry and free from chafing. Looks cool too. £10 Finalist: Sock OnsKeep losing baby's socks? Baby's feet getting cold? Not any more with Sock Ons. £2.99 Finalist: Dusky Moon Dream TubesDream Tubes are the soft alternative to hard wood or harsh plastic bed guards. Just place the fitted sheet on your little one's bed and they'll be safe and sound. From £35Read the review Bronze Award: MAM Nipple ShieldsMAM Nipple Shields are the perfect solution to sore or cracked nipples. Made from silky soft silicone, they allow full milk flow so baby gets a full feed, while giving mum much-needed protection. £4.88 Continue slideshow > Silver Award: Plum Baby Organic Baby Fromage FraisThe first fromage frais for babies, with a delicious creamy texture they'll love. £1.99 (6 x 60g) By John Perkins Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 14 internet and text slang terms every parent should know Mum breastfeeding between contractions - captured on camera This mum's adorable selfie with her toddler isn't what it seems Is it time to end the 'nightmare' of parents' evenings?