I selected "Other" because I have a bit of a dilemma. We have a 6-year-old boy & a 4-month-old girl. So, I need to see a little of everything.
For our baby, we got a couple GR8X diaper bags and the carbon fiber MacLaren stroller (freakin' sweet). For the boy, we've bought Thomas The Tank Engine items like the Tidmouth Shed set.
Of course, the reality is that most days, the thing you're offering is either useless or garbage form my perspective. (Just being honest.) I have to wonder if the buyer is a parent or has actually known any children before. For example, we have the Star Wars Mighty Beanz on sale as of this writing. That is an example of garbage to me. However, the LEGO watch (which I missed) was great because we're big on LEGO and we're still learning to read an analog clock in the digital era.
For children older than toddlers: educational or creative toys/activity sets (LEGO, Thomas, Discovery Toys, etc.) are always good choices. However, stay away form the "knock-off" or lesser-known brands as additional sets can be very hard to come by.
For babies & toddlers: strollers, car seats, clothing, bedding, and developmental toys are good choices. You could pull back on the quilt & HALO offerings though. Been seeing a few too many of those lately. Variety is a good thing.
Furniture is only of value if it is a piece of higher quality (e.g., made from actual wood/metal instead of pressboard, MDF, or plastic) that will grow with the child. For example, a crib that converts into a toddler bed; or a changing table that converts into a dresser or vanity.
Why not create another Woot! site for Baby? That way you can segment the offerings.