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Baby registry Guide

Seeking suggestions for your baby shower registry? Interested in exploring reliable, durable choices, all based on what you really need?

Check out this selection of tried-and-true, low-/non-toxic options to stock a registry filled with thoughtful and safe items for your little one.

All of these are simply recommendations or examples of products to consider adding to your registry. There are tons of great brands and items out there that work perfectly well, at all different price points.

I also, however, recommend that you register only for the necessities (clothing, toys, and even books can easily be bought secondhand) and for items that will last through several children... Even if the items are slightly pricier or you're planning on only having one kid. I've spoken to a dozen of moms on the topic, and they all agree that it's better to start off your family with higher quality items that will last.

If you're looking for a good registry website, I highly recommend Amazon registry AND Babylist.com. Most of the products linked here are through Amazon, and they make returns incredibly easy in case you change your mind on something. Babylist allows you to link other websites or purchase some products through their site. This is great for miscellaneous brands or products.

Remember that Etsy also has amazing choices for homemade, high quality baby products. As an example, I've loved having real wool pieces for my baby during winter.

As with most sites on the internet, I do use affiliate links. This means I may earn a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. However, affiliate partnerships do not affect inclusion in my suggestions. If an item does not have an affiliate partnership but works well, I will 100% still include it.

feeding

Sleep

Nursery

health + Bath

Travel

postpartum care

Check out more recommended items, such as diapers and wipes, on my Swaps page!

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