24 Items You Should Definitely Include on Your Amazon Baby Registry
It’s your go-to for toilet paper, coffee, beauty products and pretty much everything in between. And now that you’re assembling your baby registry, the online retailer is just as convenient for your growing family’s needs. Here, 24 items every parent-to-be should add to their Amazon registry.
The extra features (night light, removable canopy, wheels and soothing music) are definitely appreciated. But most importantly, this bassinet has high customer satisfaction ratings and meets all safety requirements.
It’s one of the most important things you’ll buy and also one of the most confusing. Fortunately, our friends at Amazon have done all the hard work for you, testing products, analyzing data, talking with customers and consulting a child development expert—here’s their top pick.
You’ll want one that’s compatible with your brand new car seat.
Mark our words: You will rue the day you ever doubted this genius snot-sucking device.
Opt for a bag that’s hands-free, water-resistant and has plenty of pockets—this one ticks all the boxes and has close to 2,000 five-star reviews.
Baby Nail Clippers
Yes, you will be terrified but it has to be done.
Microwaveable Pump Part Sanitizing Bags
Because washing them by hand is a total time-suck.
Medela Quick Clean Micro-Steam Bags ($11 for 2 packs)
One that transitions from his very first bath until toddlerhood.
Rock ‘N Play
This lightweight sleeper boasts over 1,000 five-star reviews.
Not sure if you’re going to use them? Keep a few on hand, anyway. (You know, just in case.)
Philips Avent Green Soothie (0-3 Months) ($4 for two)
Bottle Drying Rack
For bottles, pacifiers, pump parts—basically everything.
Boon Grass Drying Rack ($15)
We can’t promise it will give you complete peace of mind, but with high definition display, infrared night vision, two way talk back, room temperature monitoring and pre-programmed lullabies, it’ll get you pretty damn close.
Pack ‘N Play
For that first trip back home to see the grandparents.
This one is appropriate for ages zero to three. It also lets you sit two kids at once. (Now, that’s what we call forward-thinking.)
This breathable option lets you bond with your baby on the go until they’re four years old.
The bright colors and fun toys just might make tummy time a little less terrible. (We said might.)
The days are short but the nights are long—invest in a comfy chair for those 3 a.m. feeding sessions.
Make sure to call your insurance provider before this one gets added to cart—it should be covered.
Trust—you can never have enough.
Burt's Bees Baby Unisex Baby Short Sleeve Bodysuits ($25 for five)