You used to think that shopping was fun. Until you had to create a baby registry and were completely overwhelmed by all the different options. (Seriously—why on earth are there so many bottles? And what do flanges have to do with anything?). That’s why we tapped the experts at Babylist for their most popular products. From diapers and pillows to monitors and teethers, here are the top items that other parents-to-be are registering for.
These Are the 25 Most Popular Baby Registry Items
Pampers swaddlers diapers
Yep, you’ll definitely be needing these (plan on going through about 150 diapers in the first three weeks). Moms love this brand in particular for keeping everything inside the diaper and the blue line that indicates when the baby has peed.
Philips avent soothie pacifier (2 Pack)
Not sure if you’ll use a pacifier? Have some on hand, just in case. Designed to prevent nipple confusion, this one gets rave reviews for its easy-to-clean design.
Fridababy nosefrida the snotsucker nasal Aspirator
Don’t let the name put you off—parents swear by this clever device.
Part plush toy, part binky, this guy is made for little hands and comes in a variety of cute animals.
Ubbi steel Diaper Pail
Keep that stink locked up. (And no need to get custom liners for this guy—regular kitchen trash bags are fine.)
Boon Lawn Countertop Drying Rack
A place for all those bottle parts, pumping pieces, pacifiers, sippy cups and more.
Summer Infant 2-sided Changing Pad
The curved walls help keep your baby in place while the waterproof vinyl can easily be wiped clean—a must-have feature.
Comotomo baby Bottle (2 Pack)
The naturally shaped nipple and squeezable silicone base make this baby bottle one of the top rated on Amazon. (Did we mention that you don’t need a bottle brush to clean them?)
Vulli sophie The Giraffe Teether
This French teether is a classic for a reason.
Boppy newborn Lounger
The cushy interior and machine-washable pillow make this the ideal resting spot for babies up to 16 pounds. (Because you can’t hold your newborn all the time.)
Hatch Baby Rest Night Light And Sound Machine
This triple threat (nightlight, sound machine and alarm) is fully customizable and can be controlled straight from your phone.
Crane Drop Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier
Sleek and silent, the way all humidifiers should be.
Aden + Anais Classic Swaddle (4 Pack)
Psst…here’s how to swaddle a baby.
Zutano cozie fleece Baby Booties
Aka the only thing that will actually stay on your baby’s feet.
Boppy bare Naked Nursing Pillow And Positioner
Many nursing pillows require you to latch them behind your back but this guy can be set up in seconds for quick and easy feeds. Moms also love using it for propping baby up, helping them learn how to sit and tummy time.
Owlet Smart Sock 2 Baby Monitor
Not your average monitor—this high-tech device keeps a watchful eye over vital signs (heart rate and oxygen levels) throughout the night, thanks to a sock with sensors wrapped around baby’s foot.
Dockatot deluxe+ Dock
Like being back in the womb.
Baby Banana Teether & Infant Training Toothbrush
Soft, bendable and dishwasher-safe. Top tip: Keep it in the fridge for an extra soothing teething aid.
Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Original Newborn Bottle Gift Set
This top-rated bottle is especially helpful for reducing spit-up, gas and even colic, thanks to its patented venting system that prevents air bubbles from being swallowed.
Skip Hop Moby Waterfall Bath rinser
Your baby will have a whale of a time (sorry, we had to).
Copper Pearl Cover
A multi-purpose cover that can easily be tucked into your stylish new diaper bag.
Boba Wrap Classic Baby Carrier
Fact: Babies love staying close to mom.
Skip Hop Grab & Go Signature Pronto Changing Station
Small but mighty.
Britax back Seat Mirror
So you can see what your mini is up to back there.
Your baby will love this bouncing and swaying infant seat that features five motions, a built-in white noise machine and the ability to connect to any MP3 device so you can play your own tunes. And you’ll love being able to actually get stuff done (like making dinner, or you know, just giving your arms a break).