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What Every Mom-to-Be Needs — Which Has Zero to Do with a Baby Registry Medically reviewed by Carissa Stephens, R.N., CCRN, CPN — Written by Margarita Tartakovsky, MS on March 3, 2020. You might think you know what to put on your baby registry. Cushy car seat.

Check! Odor-eating diaper pail. Check! But what about the less obvious new-mom essentials? The stuff you might end up sending your partner out for at 2 a.m., or ordering online and paying for overnight shipping because you need it fast!

If you want help with furniture, clothes, and decorations, but not necessarily diapers or baby needs items like thermometers and nail clippers, and these stores suit your style, consider these registries: Ikea Crate & Barrel Pottery Barn Kids (20% off to complete registry!) A baby registry can be a huge help as you prepare for your newborn. Although I could have sat down and written out a truly exhaustive list of every single thing you could ever need to care for a newborn, I don’t think that’s the most helpful thing I can do. So I dug deep and narrowed down the list of must have baby items to only the things that you will REGRET not getting if you don’t purchase them.

A baby registry is a list of baby products from a retail store that you’d like to stock up on in preparation for baby’s arrival. Anything you’d like can be included on your baby registry checklist, from smaller items like onesies and thermometers to. As a new mother or mom-to-be, you know how fast the cost of essentials like formula, diapers and wipes adds up. Scoring discounts on those supplies is a must.

The good news is that many companies offer baby freebies for new moms and those who are expecting. Make sure you have everything your baby needs, plus some nice extras, for a safe and sound sleep. One-piece outfits (5 to 7) For convenience, choose outfits that zip or snap down the front and all the way down the leg, and that.

You need something for yourself too, mama. And in those first few weeks, you’ll spend most of your time sitting on the couch feeding baby (no matter how you’re choosing to feed). And that requires comfy pajamas that make you feel really good — all day. If you’re breastfeeding, you’ll also love how you can quickly and easily unbutton the front.

Of course you’ll need a stroller to move baby from point A to point B, but a travel system will get you a lot more mileage. Say you’re cruising around town with baby in the backseat, ready to embark on errand number three, and all of the sudden your little one dozes off. Less than 5 months? Borrow! Our registry tips page offers a bucket of suggestions of the kind of items you can get used.

A few of my favorite road-tested tips from the twitter party: Guiding principle: Do I need it at all? MeaganFrancis says a baby has three basic needs: to be warm, dry, and fed. The rest is extra!

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Or the to-do list may start to have baby todo lists, and extra things pop up each day for you to add!

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Wait until we say we’re ready and then stick to our registry—some preemies need special gear.

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and pregnancy registry.

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Since gift givers are as anxious to give you gifts you want as you are to receive them, help them and yourselves out by signing up with a baby registry.

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Even simple things such as going shopping or to the movies will require planning to include the infant or find alternative care.

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Learn to distinguish between frills and necessities The juvenile­product manufacturers are always coming up with new things that babies and their parents supposedly need, but some of these items are nothing more than costly extras.

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Some baby items, luxurious or otherwise, are just downright unnecessary — especially the ones that don’t actually make a new parent’s life any easier.

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Don’t forget the other basics, too: pet and baby needs, an alternate source of heat for warmth and cooking, a battery-operated radio, candles, and so on.

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Some couples enter panic mode and just start registering for one of everything because they feel like their baby might need it.

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during pregnancy:A registry studyof5405 cases.

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  • i’m currently 8 months preggo and cannot wait for my little baby! could you do a video on getting back into shape after baby? or like your journey with how you bounced back physically? you look amazing mama!!!

  • You guys are being willfully obtuse! Obviously she recommended things she thought was helpful FOR HER! If you can’t afford these specific things then you can tailor them to what your needs and what you can afford! Can’t afford a home chef? Try a food subscription service like Hello Fresh or Blue Apron, etc. for a couple of months (most have trial periods and only charge for shipping for first-time users), meal prep foods before baby comes, request family/friends to gift cards to restaurants, ask family to cook! Can’t afford an in-home masseuse? Ask your partner for a backrub with lotions you have at home, take a hot bath/shower, etc.

    Stop projecting and do what works for you!