Best Buys Reviews & shopping Nursery product The best products to use in the nursery 1 of Ad break Mums vote for the best nursery productsWhat products do mums consider essential must-haves in their nurseries? Read on… Finalist: Prince Lionheart Slumber Bear PlusThis cuddly teddy bear plays soothing sounds to help ease your baby to sleep. £29.99 Finalist: SleepCurve MattressThis mattress lies on top of a normal mattress as an aid to prevent and remedy Flat Head Syndrome by taking pressure off the soft part of a baby's skull. From £80 Finalist: Original Cuddledry Baby Apron Bath TowelThe Cuddledry towel attaches round the parent's neck so you can scoop baby from the bath, wrap her against you and quickly release the towel to lay her on the bed, ensuring she stays snug and dry. £24.99 Continue slideshow > Finalist: Tommee Tippee Sangenic Hygiene PlusA brilliant solution to nappy disposal, it wraps and seals away every nappy so they never have to be seen, smelled or touched again. £19.99 Finalist: FuntoSee Alphabet Room StickersFun vinyl letters that can be easily removed and repositioned without marking. They're splash proof and washable. £9.99 Finalist: Perfectly Happy People Widgey Nursing PillowA great solution for breastfeeding in comfort. It allows mum to remain upright whilst providing firm support for baby. £26.95 Bronze Award: Angelcare Nappy Disposal SystemEasy to use with one hand and nappies are stored in one bag. Each refill cassette lasts four weeks. £19.99 Continue slideshow > Silver Award: Grobag Baby Sleep BagIdeal for keeping your little one snug in bed as he can't kick the covers off or undo the zips. Also available in a travel version to use in a car seat. From £26Read the review Gold Award: Hippychick mattress protectorA must-have for bed wetters, this mattress protector is cotton-soft against your little one’s skin, but sturdily waterproof too. From £15.95Read the review By John Perkins Comments Latest on MadeForMums 2018's celebrity babies - who gave birth this year? Amy Childs reveals her 6-month bump - and visits the MadeForMums Buggy Testing track Constance Hall and children - family facts Is it safe to cover your baby's pram with a blanket in hot weather?