Raves Faves for 2009

What would a New Year's post be without a top 10 list (or three)? 

Over the last year we have reviewed some really awesome products that we had a blast testing and writing about and we wanted to take this time to recount our absolute favorite posts of 2009.  While we love each and every product that makes it on the Rave and Review site, these are the products that have been, and continue to be, our favorite products for parents, kids and babies.

SodaStream Soda Maker
Oreck Halo UV-C Vacuum
Scout Diaper Bag + Petunia Pickle Bottom Cross Town Clutch
Dav Rain Boots
Xtrema Cookware and Bakeware
Sierra Designs XT4 Tent
Electra Bikes
Picture Keeper
Campus Quilt
Lauren Nicole Jewelry
Chef's Choice Kettle
Bones 3 Bike Rack

Step 2 Fresh Market Kitchen
Corolle Dolls and Accessories
Darda Race Track
Shred Sled
Cocoon Couture Bean Bag Chair
Julbo Looping Sunglasses for Kids
LeapFrog My Pal Scout
Nutcase Helmets
Bodemi Personalized Cape
Out of The Box Games

Baby Gear
Sweet Baby Nursing Cover
Beep Beep Sling
Safety 1st Complete Air Convertible Car Seat
ErgoBaby Carrier
KidzMed Thermometer
4UCam Pan and Tilt Camera
Chariot SideCarrier Bike Trailer
Tike Tech CityX3 Stroller
Phil and Ted's MeToo
Snuggle Me'z

While our 2009 Gift Guide is finally at a close, there are some really great giveaways that are still going on, and don't forget to enter to win your favorites (including a few that made this list!)

Happy New Year from Rave and Review!

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6 thoughts on “Raves Faves for 2009”

  1. Nice list! I would love to have several of the items on your list… and have a few of them also!
    The Step 2 Kitchens are the best for creative little minds and I can’t wait till my daughter is old enough for her Corolle dolls (she is only 4 months now… so, sitting up is first)

  2. Oh that kitchen would be a GREAT addition to our home! I can see why it is on this list! I bet it will be on 2010 too!!
    Jill Kathan


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