Just a quick heads up: There’s a lot of stuff that goes into modern parenting. That includes tons of products. Your infant is going to have you buying everything from wipe warmers to nasal aspirators to sound machines to monitors to rattles to rocking chairs and oh … so … much … more. Do they need all that stuff? No, probably not all of it, but I will gladly purchase something that will help soothe, comfort, and protect my little one. If it takes a bit of stress away from mom and dad, too, then even better. Over the years, I’ve written about plenty of baby products, and I’ve even written rather comprehensive lists of the gear a family needs to care for an infant in the first year. But today, I’m focusing on a few days that can be the most magical but also the most harrowing time in a family’s life: the transition from hospital to the home. Whether you are having a first child or a fifth, the process of leaving the hospital can be a bit scary. Once you get home, you’re on your own with that little one! Here, we’ll cover a wide range of products, some of which you’ll start using in the first few days after your chil...