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Item Infant carseat Extra base Stroller Convertible carseat Infant seat cover Shopping cart cover Mirror
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Recommended brand(s) Graco is good; check to see what your stroller accommodates.
For husband's car or your mom's car, etc. Be sure to get the installation checked pre-baby. I'm a stroller whore, so I have 6+. I'd look into the Bugaboo system with one kiddo--it looks amazing! We have the Boulevard for the side protection, plus one cheaper one in husband's car. Britax is the best, plus it has higher weight limits (esp. for rear-facing) Not sure of the brand--it's like a shower cap. It's safer than the Bundle Me-types. There are cheaper ones, and custom-made ones. Depends on what you want--they all work fine! Nice and big, plus soft in case of an accident
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Feeding Bottles Warmer Steam Sterilizer Pacifiers Lansinoh Nursing camisoles Nursing pads Pump--electric High chair Nursing gowns Travel high chair Placemat Storage Bags Dishwasher caddy Bottle drying rack Bottle brush Insulated tote Formula Nursing pillow Nursing pillow cover Bath Eurobath tub Tubsider Shampoo Rinse Cup Toy holder Towels Washcloths Bath seat 1 1 1 1 2-4 4-8 1 Eurobath Tubsider S. C. Products Boon Frog Pod Best we found Awesome--saved our back when we moved to the bathtub Fantastic for washing hair Hooded 4-8 to start 0-1 1 BPA-free Avent Avent BPA-free Depends on what bottles you get. This thing sterilizes EVERYTHING! Totally depends on what your baby likes For you For you For you; protect against leaks Depends on what you plan to do (get a cheaper one if breastfeeding; better if pumping; none if formula) Anything you can wipe down easily. Dishwasher-friendly trays are also great. Make sure it's not too tippy. Even a regular one that buttons down the front--just make it easy on yourself at night! It's fantastic for visiting and/or restaurants It's fantastic for visiting and/or restaurants For storing breastmilk. Your pump might come with some, though.
4+ to start 1-2 2 to start Target? A box to Medela? Can't remember start 1 1 2 to start 1 1 1 box to start 1 1 1 1 1-2 cans to start 1 1-2
Chicco hook-on Kiddopotamus or Tiny Diner? Can't remember. Bigger=better
Simulac was our favorite My Breast Friend
If your diaper bag has an insulated section, that should be plenty; or if you just have a small cooler. You'll get free samples--sign up online. Just good to have around, even if you're planning to breastfeed. Boppies are popular, but something a little bigger works better for most.
Available online only. Comb Brush Infants' Tylenol Infants' Mylicon Thermometers Nose frida Diaper cream Detergent Shampoo Lotion 2+ 1 2-3 1 to start 1-2 to start 1-2 to start Butt Paste. but you don¶t have to Consider one that reclines. You don't need to spend a fortune on this or get a special kids' one. also. and then you wake them when you get up! Graco is fine Whatever is sturdy! The sloped ones are better. too. Munchkin We like the kind with gel that you can freeze. Check for exposed hardware and make sure the mattress support is springs/metal v. Consider a convertible/lifetime. Page 2 . Make sure it's steady. I love the Pampers Swaddlers. Desitin Original Dreft I'd get a regular digital rectal or two. Infantino Surfboard FP Rainforest Baby Einstein Carrier/sling 1-2 Baby bjorn is good. Make sure it's VERY firm. GET A PUMP ONE! Diapers Wipes Nail clippers Humidifier Vaseline Q-tips Teethers Diaper duck dispenser a billion a billion 1-2 1 1-2 1-2 boxes 2-4 1-2 We prefer Pampers. etc. Go for waterproof. It's this cheap little duck on a roll of scented bags--perfect for the diaper bag and storing diapers that you can't throw out immediately. Toy bars are good. Get a "sensitive" kind. but good to have. but James went through a Huggies phase as a newborn Depends on what works for you. Health. We have the Fisher Price Nature Sounds one. Great for your room at first. they finally drift off. but I like the light smell of Dreft. but this is what we have and like) Swing Bouncy seat Play gym Tummy Time Mat Jumparoo Exersaucer 1-2 1 1 1 1 1 I'd get a papasan-style and a seated "fun" one for when they're a bit older. but I think California Baby (Target) is supposed to be good. Whatever you like. We use J&J. Bedding Receiving blankets Crib sheets Ultimate Crib Sheets Breathable bumper Mattress pads PackNPlay Sheets Crib skirt a bunch 2-3 2-3 1 2-3 2-3 1 You'll probably get plenty as gifts I can't recommend these enough! Much safer than the standard ones. rock them to sleep for an hour. The ones with the bulbs are great. plus each diaper bag. Gear (you don't need all of it. plus the Exergen Temporal one. Depends on how many changing tables you have! Depends on what you need. We're getting another one--with recline--for this baby. but I think California Baby (Target) is supposed to be good. I LOVE the Capretti cribs. too. Recline and vibrate are good features. plus it has a touch of fabric softener to help with static. It sucks when you go with this brand. Consider one for upstairs and one for your main living area. Crib 1 Get a better brand Glider and ottoman Pack-n-Play with bassinet Changing table Changing pads Dresser Crib mattress 1 1 1-2 1-2 0-3 1 Dutailier is the best. and I like the FP Aquarium one. Any Free/Free and Clear product is fine. really! This actually helped a lot with tummy time They LOVED this thing! Great for interacting with them.Sheet1 Furniture We never use the dropside. You aren't supposed to freeze the water ones anymore. too. too. and then for travel. particle board. I'd go with cool mist (less chances of bacteria than the warm ones). Works way better than the bulbs you can buy. Good to have at each changing station. Tubes are way easier. GET A PUMP ONE! We use J&J. I've heard good things about Maya and Moby wraps Up to you.
but a waste of money. 1 FP Aquarium 1 Leapfrog Learn and Groove a bunch Lamaze 1 2 packages They LOVED this thing. Perfect for under sinks. Husband just got a "boy" one for Father's Day (versapak fatpack²it's a gun holder). and sometimes it's good to have an extra layer. and will buy a third for the new baby's room. The AAP puts out a great book with various recommendations. and they work perfectly. They still play with it daily. Brace *all* heavy furniture throughout house (bookcases. etc. Storage AAP Book Signing Depends on what you need. The bumpers are dangerous. You'll probably get a bunch of outfits that come with these. We've been very happy with our two Genie Iis. ############################################################################## We had the Champ and threw it out. Get one for each station. Make sure it's relatively thin and compatible with your carseat (many have little slots for the buckle) They stay on. Gates Cabinet locks Outlet covers Bifold door locks Furniture braces Avoid« Powder "Soothing" bath soaps/lotions Car toys Hangers Bedding sets Sleep positioners Thick bunting. Great for all sorts of random things. so the snap ones are harder to find. and make sure it's durable as hell. The ones that snap shut are fantastic. Go for function and comfort over style. and you'll never use the quilt (too dangerous). No longer recommended for babies--it can hurt their lungs There are horrible warnings on the back--they can cause major asthma/lung flare-ups Nothing hard in case of an accident You'll get a million that come with the outfits. but definitely get one that runs on its own (v. bureaus. etc.Sheet1 Clothing Snap bibs Cotton hats Undershirts Socks Sleep sacks/wearable blankets Infant gowns Footed. zip-up sleepers Bunting Shoes Toys Crib aquarium Learning table Plush toys Mobile Rings Misc. a ton 3-4 6-8 a ton 2-3 3-4 a ton 1 1-2 Everything comes in velcro now. Best toy ever. crib skirt. and the velcro stops working after awhile. Tot locs Get mounted ones--much better. There are these plastic bars that fit over the tops of the folds--super cheap and easy. Good luck finding ones that stay on. Prefold cloth diapers worked best for us. health info. Backpack option is super-handy. carseats. etc. Diaper Bag Changing pad covers Waterproof pads Burp cloths Miracle Blanket Monitor Diaper pail 1-2 2+ per changing station 3-6 a ton 1-2 1 1-2 Miracle Blanket Diaper Genie II They have super-soft ones that I love. We used those with swaddles and/or sleep sacks to keep their feet warm. Just mix and match the sheet. Keeps kids completely out. but the zippers are way easier (just keep your hand below the zipper to prevent catching the baby's skin). jackets. Later. etc. We didn't use this much. There's a VERY scary video on Consumer Reports about a baby that died when he suffocated from one of these. Cute. I've wrecked a TON of their stuff in the washer with the velcro ones. Baby Signing Time DVDs (2 DVDs) are fantastic if you want to teach your baby to sign.) that could potentially tip when your little one climbs it. You'll probably get a bunch with snaps. etc. Great for swaddling. Consider big bins for toys. really cold. For when it's really. you'll want to babyproof. Robeez or knock-off Great for nighttime diaper changes. etc. Buy more expensive ones from Gymboree or Trumpette--they're definitely worth it. etc. Available online. baskets for diapers. hand-crank) We used these all the time to clip toys to diaper bags. Anything thicker than fleece should be avoided in carseats (including those "bundle" things specifically made for carseats) Page 3 .
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