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Retailers are going gaga for babies. After all, they’re big business.

With the opening left after the collapse of Babies R Us and Toys R Us, retailers have been eager to attract that booming baby market. 

“Consumers want the best for their babies so are willing to spend on both everyday essentials and more infrequent purchases like cribs and clothing,” said Neil Saunders, managing director of retail consultancy GlobalData. “This is a consumer retailers want to attract.”

To that end, several big names have filled the void that came with the loss of the iconic