Hey moms! I am expecting and a bit overwhelmed by the baby registering process. What things can you NOT LIVE WITHOUT as a mom? What are the

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Lansinoh nursing cream & bags & pads, 1st year milk storage,medela pump in style,boppy,bouncer, swing, bup clothes,socks,diapers (LOTS), wipes,stroller that suits your height,nursing cover for public love the new ones by modern moms can make for under 10 cost 30 at target,arbonne baby wash,lotion,oil and rash cream cures most rashes in 1-2 days or less awesome stuff well worth the cost,nail clippers,monitor,bassinet for when newborn only used for 4-5 weeks then put both kids in crib both slept much better and safer.mylicon gas drops, tylenol and I think that is about it maybe a diaper genie for those stinky ones I love the new step one. good luck

Raana - posted on 04/07/2009

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i like my kari-me sling which allows you to carry your baby in different positions. also like the hip seat as they get older.  both my kids love their sheep skins to sleep on... and a good electronic pump (which i'm using now!)

Nora - posted on 04/06/2009

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bobby is a must. We have two one for upstairs and one for downstairs! My daughter lived in her swing the first couple of months. if you are going to have a winter baby the bundle me or similiar item is very convient in place of heavy coats.

Schmoopy - posted on 04/06/2009

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Wanted to add...

Cloth diapers (just the inserts) make the best burp cloths. They come in a 12 pack and are the perfect size for the job - plus they have padding to absorb extra well.

And I know another mom who decided she would use a cloth diaper later as her baby's lovey. This was genius, I thought, because it allowed her to switch out the lovey whenever she needed to wash it - if they lost one, she had another one handy that looked identical. (She made sure to rotate them regularly so her child couldn't tell the difference.)

Quincey - posted on 04/05/2009

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Thank you ladies for the overwhelming and very useful feedback!!! You mommies ROCK!

Colleen - posted on 03/30/2009

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Just a reminder to anyone having their first child: Try out everything before you register or buy. I'm under 5 foot and my husband is over 6 foot tall. We needed things that we both felt comfortable using. Most of the changing tables (if you're going to use one) out there are too high for me to feel safe using them. Cribs are also difficult to use for the newborns (we had a cradle). Also my husband loved our carrier, unfortunately it was never very comfortable for me to use; I stuck to our travel system, which I love.



 



Remember to have fun and just enjoy the little one! You'll figure out what you need and don't; it's always different.



 

Brenda - posted on 03/30/2009

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I'm having my second, and I've opted against getting a changing table of any sort.  I just never used it.  My list of must have at birth is this: Carseat, sling, stroller, bouncey seat, swing, clothes, diaper bag, diapers, wipes, boppy pillow, towels (I love the hooded ones), maybe a tummy time mat, co sleeper for our bedroom, crib, and an extra trash can with a lid.  Everyone gives receiving blankets, and I used them a lot for changing.  The high chair, exersaucer, walker, baby tub (if I ever buy one), and most toys can wait till baby's six months or older.  You'd be surprised at how little you need to start with.  (Oh and a breast pump and bottles if you intend to use EBM at that time I would add to the needs list.)



However, there is no reason not to register for toys and fun stuff too along with what you really need.  :)  It can be a lot of fun just remember like previous poster said, don't be surprised if you don't get exactly what's on your list, but something similar.  I got a lot of that with my first.

Melissa - posted on 03/30/2009

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Not to be a Debbie Downer but a note of caution about registries. I find a lot of people don't actually use them! It is really frustrating but the truth is people tend to buy you whatever they want to and not what you ask for. Sometimes when they did use my registry they printed it and chose items from it but did not have them scanned off so I ended up with duplicates. The good thing about Target and Babies R Us registries are that towards the end of your pregnancy they will mail you a 10% coupon to put towards anything left off your registry so you can buy what you wanted for yourself. It is also convenient to add things to the registry online but a lot of items you do like that are not in stores so if people do go to the store to shop the items you want may not be available for them to buy in the store so make sure you visit the store too and do some scanning with the gun--besides it is fun and Babies R Us gives you a goodie box if you do theirs in person. For large items like exersaucers, jumpers, ect I could suggest going to a consignment store like Once Upon A Child. They have great deals and as these items are all plastic and easy to clean there is no reason not to buy them secondhand. I have seen this cute rocking zebra that retails for around $40 for $18 in there.

Terri - posted on 03/29/2009

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i agree with the arms reach co sleeper--love it!!.  i got the mini instead of the full size.  i'm not sure if the full size has the "mattress" part lower that the mini but once my baby could sit up really good i didn't feel comfortable with her in it anymore and i was forced to put her into her own room and into her big crib (this was a good thing).  AND the hand held video monitor.  and of course all the other usual things--onsies, burp cloths etc...



i like the bumbo.  it's good to take out and about with you before baby can really sit up by his/herself.  we have  taken it to a restaurant and put it right on the table.  she can sit up and see us and be right there.  now that she is 10 mos we can us the high chairs but before she could sit up by herself as well the bumbo was handy.  i have also taken in to the salon, eye doctor...places where i need my hands free.   i just lay a blanket underneath it and give her some of her toys.  she is content while i get my hair cut or whatever.



we started buying diapers early.  each time we went to the store we'd get a pack or two.  sizes newborn, 1, 2.  that was nice. 



 

Kristi - posted on 03/29/2009

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Oh, I did think of something else .. onesies (I LOVE THEM) and regular washclothes (I really don't use receiving blankets at all) ... I use the washclothes for washing, burping, puking ... and on and on!

Kristi - posted on 03/29/2009

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Quoting Martina:

You would be surprised at how much stuff is out there that you DON'T need! Realistically most of that stuff we buy is more for 'us' than for the baby. You could even get away with not owning a change table, just get one of those dressers with a space on top for a changing mat, or you could even change the baby on the bed or floor!

Some things that I love are: Pikkolo baby soft carrier (you can wear it front with baby facing in or out, on the hip or on the back - it's sooo versatile). Car seat id necessary of course I really like Burt's Bees baby products, especially the diaper ointment. A good, practical diaper bag. Fisher Price Space Saver chair - it fits on a regular chair so you don't waste space with a highchair, plus you can use it right from birth. It was so great to have our son at the table with us all the time, it made mealtimes so much easier for us and we could all sit together and have dinner every night even when he was really small (he could just nap in it while we ate.) Classic jolly jumper - our son loved it! It's cheap and simple and babies have so much fun in it. We also have one of those fancy activity jumpers which he also loves, but it takes up a lot of space and it ackward to move around. Lots of washclothes.

Some things that were a waste of space/money: baby tub (unless you don't have a tub don't buy one, we ended up buying a bath chair for $25 that was so much easier to use), bumbo baby chair, any sort of newborn chair/vibrating chair, for me a breast pump wasn't useful, I ended up expressing what I needed by hand, it was more comfortable and just as fast.

Hope that helps!


Just wanted to comment that it seems that everyone has different ideas of what's necessary ... I LOVE our son's vibrating chair and bumbo chair (although I am borrowing someone's, don't know if I would shell out $60 for it) and my breast pump and I are best friends!!!



I do think that a baby bath, if you have a regular bath tub, is a waste of money. I love the jolly jumper, our son has been in it since he was 3 months.  ... I am sitting here trying to think of things I couldn't live without, other than what I mentioned above ... and I can't really think of anything else :)

Nikki - posted on 03/29/2009

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Forget the boppy! I got it and never used it...use a pillow if you need the arm support. Go to www.freecycle.org...look up your area and you can get a lot of this stuff for free! That's where I got our bassinet among other things. Good luck!

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Baby bjorn synergy. back support carrier. dont need umbrella stroller until 6mos.  USE THE BAGS THE NURSING PADS COME IN FOR WASHING.   They sneak into the drain and clog the washer.  BOOKS BEFORE ANS AFTER>  anna mays guide to natural childbirth, womanly art of breastfeeding, happiest baby on the block.  I like the freestyle medela if you have to work later. the hands free and size is awesome





Harriet - posted on 03/28/2009

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Bouncy seat!  By far the most useful item I registered for.  Oh and the best gift we received were Aden and Anais muslin swaddling blankets.

Harriet - posted on 03/28/2009

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Bouncy seat!  By far the most useful item I registered for.  Oh and the best gift we received were Aden and Anais muslin swaddling blankets.

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Wow! A lot of people already responded so I'll keep it short.

JJ Cole Bundle Me and Bundle Me Lite (infant and toddler sizes) No more slipping balnkets and bulky coats!



Mei Tai Baby carrier--can be used for a long time



Exergen Temporal Scanner--goodbye rectal thermometers! Just as accurate and I wish I had had this with my first! We love it! Honestly, this is my absolute fav product. I think every mom should be given one when she leaves the hospital!

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I had diapers as a necessary everything else was replaceable or adaptable.

Out of 10 kids nothing was not adaptable or necessary except the diapers. I used whatever was available and have seen the market change over and over again. get whatever you want to try and whatever the friends you have want to give. If you are listing list basics like diapers, onies, a maya wrap is great, socks, baby shampoo a swing so you can put the baby down, and if you are unwilling to sleep with the baby a bed. I never had a bed except for the first one. I used a basket for a bassinet when I needed one. A swing let me put the baby down to handle the other kids and cook, but I used the maya wrap alot. I always fixed food for a week so that when the baby was born I was ready.

I nursed so bottles were never needed. Really it depends on what you decide you need. It is natural and easy.

Chona - posted on 03/27/2009

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Swaddle blanket made by Kiddopotamus www.swaddleme.com Chlorine free baby wipes and Fisher price jungle gym floor mat.

Katie - posted on 03/27/2009

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What I used the most was:



Maya Wrap

Swaddle Me (I never thought much of it, but we used it every night when we brought my son home)

Wash Cloths, no trim (never used wipes because of diaper rash)

Pampers Swaddlers (at least a month's worth, 100 count. We use cloth now but in the first few weeks you want as little work as possible)

7+ newborn (or 0-3 months) sleepers

4 Thermal receiving blankets

1 pack of Flannel receiving blankets

A bath sponge instead of the bath tub (I layed mine in the sink for the first few weeks, then moved it to the regular tub)

Breast pump if you're planning to breastfeed (the first 6 weeks are sooo hard and if you supplement at all you need to pump every time to build a supply, but so worth it after)

Bring breast pads to the hospital and a nursing bra 1-2 sizes bigger then you are now

Lanolin spray or cream

Ice packs for your chest

I brought my own toilet paper to the hospital, but I'm picky

2-3 bottles if you are breastfeeding (I didn't use formula, so not sure how many in that case)

Socks

a pair of mittens

12 cloth diapers for spit up rags

a couple of pads for the bed or crib (they tend to have several pooping accidents in the first few months at night)

a bed rail if you are co sleeping

several crib sheets or bassinet sheets

a changing pad (or just steal the one out of your diaper bad)

small diaper bag (unless formula feeding, then probably a bigger one)

Travel system

Rear mirror so you can see the car seat from the front

I love my vibrating seat so that I can bring the baby into the bathroom when I use it or shower, kitchen to cook, etc. He's 7 months and is now almost out of it because he's sitting up.

Wait for the swing until you see what kind of baby you have

Infant seat for the dining room table (cheaper then a high chair and the ones that recline can be used from birth)

5 different people to cook dinner for you the first week

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diaper rash cream, a diaper bag with lots of pockets (that zip), Diapers, Soft blankets, Baby swing, if you are nursing a good electric breast pump medla works great and freezer storage bags, if not some bottles that you like, car seat toys, the music player that attached to the head rest to make car riding much easier, stroller that the infant carier snaps into, onesies, nursing pads, infant tylenol, head to toe baby wash, diaper pail unless your using cloth,

Kimmi - posted on 03/27/2009

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As you can tell, everyone has a different opinion and every baby is different and likes different things (my oldest loved her swing but my second did not).  What a good idea to ask around before you buy!  For me, I could not have made it with out my hotslings baby carrier (very versatile and easy to use!!!), Medella pump-in-style (I'm a stay-at-home mom but you will still have to pump regularly, like for milk to make their rice cereal...), carseat/stroller combo unit (Graco is better than Eddie Bauer), baby monitors, thermometer, tylenol or motrin to have on hand so you don't have to drag them to the store when they are sick, plenty of blankets (you need an assortment of thin and thick/fluffy, receiving blankets, ect. to use for different purposes.  I like using natural soap and lotion (fragerance free or mild fragerance) because their fresh newborn skin is so sensitive and thin and absorbs everything.  Many baby soaps and lotions contain phthalates and other harmful chemicals so I believe it is important to use gentle products.  (check out http://www.cosmeticsdatabase.com/browse.... for a product review.)  We did not use our pack & play or bouncy seat much.  My oldest loved the toys where they lay on their back and reach up to play (what are they called?) and baby einstein videos!!!  With my 2nd, I used the boppy about 10 times a day!  They are all different...  Hope you find what you like!!  (Babies-r-us is awesome!)

Hannah - posted on 03/27/2009

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Onsies! Plenty of little washcloths, socks, and stretchy pants. Burts Bees, Baby Bee lotions shampoos and soaps. (All natural, gentle, and smell so nice!) Lots of blankets of all different kinds-big ones, small ones, soft fuzzy ones, and plain startchy ones-they will ALL come in handy! We have this "Sleep Sheep" that is a cute little sheep (obviously) that has a little sound box in it it makes ocean sounds, ocean + whale, rain, and heartbeat sounds, my daughter LOVES this thing. We also got a vibrating chair that has really saved our butts a few times. Congratulations and Good luck!!

Brandy - posted on 03/27/2009

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what you don't get at shower's try second hand stores! people get stuff and never use them and then donate them t osecond hand stores and you can get them for a fraction of the price!!!

Brandy - posted on 03/27/2009

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plenty of onsies and stretchy pants. It's amazing how many they'll go through in a day. Especially if they poop alot and it leaks out of the diaper!! I was and still am afanatic about my duaghter having clean clothes on. if they spit up and don't change them they'll smell funny the rest of the day!!

Brandy - posted on 03/27/2009

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i agree with Tina...my daughter's swing was a lifesaver. It was the only thing she liked besides me!! i could actually get stuff done. A good sling carrier is good too if your baby likes to be moving. I didn't find out until my daughter was almost too big, but if t\your child likes swings they make portable ones that you can take anywhere. I soooo wish i had known about them sooner!! I would have taken it everywhere!! I wouldn't get an expensive breast pump until you know for sure that you are going to nurse full time for a while. A lot of women find after a couple of weeks that it just isn't working and they've paid a fortune for a pump they won't use. But if you do breastfeed for a while it's wonderful.. The more expensive ones are well worth it. Good luck!!

Stephanie - posted on 03/27/2009

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If you are planning to breastfeed, make sure you have LANOLIN CREAM!!! It saved me in the beginning. Start using it just before you expect to have the baby if you can. Also, never underestimate the vibration qualities of baby products. I thought it was a ridiculous feature until I turned it on while she was in her bouncy chair and just like that... sleep came! I'm now wishing I had opted for the vibrating crib mattress as well! If you're going for a swing, my advice is to buy one with the cradle option. My baby girl hates to swing front to back, but would stay swinging side to side for hours if I let her.

Kimberly - posted on 03/27/2009

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I love my moby wrap- I couldn't function without it. Pacifiers- different kinds since you don't know what they will like. First aid kit. Infant stim mobile. baby pants to put over onesies. Medela sanitizing bags. Of course a good car seat.

Shari - posted on 03/26/2009

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Honestly, the other ladies have covered a lot of great things although I didn't use some of the things they mentioned. To be honest with you, the most useful thing I did was make myself some LARGE receiving blankets (I made myself five blankets that were almost a meter each). The ones you buy in the store are too small to swaddle the baby properly for very long and both my babies loved being swaddled when they slept. I have used them for everything....and although it sounds simple, I literally found them to be the most useful thing I had...

Jocelyn - posted on 03/26/2009

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i couldn't live without my cuddly wrap (for wearing baby around the house), a bumbo seat (you don't need the tray tho) and a bassinet/woven basket/large laundry basket for carrying a sleeping baby around the house.  we didn't end up using his crib at all, we co slept and then he went right to a twin bed, and we didn't use a changing table, because it's just as easy to throw down a recieving blanket and change baby on the bed :)

Kelly - posted on 03/26/2009

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Things that were NOT necessary in the 1st 6 months: crib (we used a bassinet or coslept some of the time), stroller (use a carrier, it is so much easier and you burn extra calories when you're moving around too), changing table (couch or bed worked fine), swing, bouncy seat.  I definitely DID need the front carrier and a sling, breast pump and breast milk storage equipment, bottles, LOTS of burp rags and recieving blankes...you can't have enough of these, hygene and health items.  Yeah, I registered for a lot of stuff that only got used once or twice, and the crib just sat in his room for like 8 months.  Now that he is a year old, and too big to carry around, I have a jogging stroller that I am in love with and I consider it absolutely necessary.

Kelly - posted on 03/26/2009

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Things that were NOT necessary in the 1st 6 months: crib (we used a bassinet or coslept some of the time), stroller (use a carrier, it is so much easier and you burn extra calories when you're moving around too), changing table (couch or bed worked fine), swing, bouncy seat.  I definitely DID need the front carrier and a sling, breast pump and breast milk storage equipment, bottles, LOTS of burp rags and recieving blankes...you can't have enough of these, hygene and health items.  Yeah, I registered for a lot of stuff that only got used once or twice, and the crib just sat in his room for like 8 months.  Now that he is a year old, and too big to carry around, I have a jogging stroller that I am in love with and I consider it absolutely necessary.

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a carrier, we have the bjorn but my friend has an ergo and I am jealous, an excesaucer.. you will need to go to the bathroom sometime :), and a boucy seat.. my little one was reflux and slept in his swing and bouncy seat for 4 months.  I also did not realize how much I would use sleep sacks (wearable blankets) as babies should not sleep with blankets the first 6 months.  you dont need a tub.. just get the ramp and use your own.  and get more 0-3 and 3-6 months clothes than newborns.

Melissa - posted on 03/25/2009

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I think it really depends on your own needs! I read some of the other posts and can do without plenty!! If you are nursing, definatley need bra pads for leakage, a pump if you are not with your baby 24/7. Some kind of chair to put them in, I like the newborn to toddler rocker, you can use it for a very long period of time unlike a bouncy chair. A high chair for feeding is a must, also good for using when letting them paint or color. Toys are a must for all age groups, lots of things they can put in their mouth!!! I also love books, its never too early to teach them good reading habits, the earlier the better!! A diaper bag for when you go out and invest in a bigger changing pad because the ones that come with the bag cover nothing. You can never be without too many onsies, socks, diapers or wipes. Good luck!!

Melissa - posted on 03/25/2009

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I Love the bumbo seat.  I know  some don't, but it works great for us.  swing that swings both ways is a life saver.  gift cards and diapers.  also don't forget all the meds, nose sucker, med dispencer, lotion, body wash and diaper cream.  this is stuff that alot of people forget and easy stuff to buy.

Jenny - posted on 03/25/2009

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GIFT CARDS!!!! You may want an excuse to leave the house and only after you have the baby will you find what you need. Before that just some onesie outfits, swaddle blankets, pacifiers, diapers and such and boppy pillow (but even this can be substitued with a regular pillow) Oh and gripe water!!!

Schmoopy - posted on 03/25/2009

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Most of the posts have addressed the things I think are important. I just wanted to reiterate the GOOD car seat suggestion. The one feature that I think is most important on a good car seat is in this picture: http://www.amazon.com/Graco-ComfortSport...

See the strap in the front near the bottom of the seat? It's meant to tighten the baby's 5-point harness AFTER you strap him in. Without this feature, it's a tight squeeeze to buckle baby into his seat, and you're constantly having to reach around back readjust the straps as baby grows.

This feature can make a seat a little more expensive, but the extra $$ is worth it!!! You'll be using this seat for a year - you don't want to be struggling with it every time you get in the car.

Kelly - posted on 03/25/2009

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I loved my Arms Reach Co-Sleeper. I think that was the best thing that I had for both of my babies.

Jana - posted on 03/24/2009

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I haven't read the other posts, but my advice is register for anything and everything you might think you want/need.  If you get it great, if not then pick and choose what you need.  If you invite moms to your shower, chances are they will buy you things that they couldn't live without.  Just remember that you will have to store all of this stuff later on, so depending on how much room you have, you might not want a lot of big items that all kind of do the same thing.



My husband and I bought basic items that we didn't get at showers then told oursleves "We're not buying this, but if we need it later we can buy it" ex: we didn't want to pay for a swing and then not need it.  My daughter never needed a swing, so we were glad we didn't spend the money.  But after trying to push a stroller on our really bumpy sidewalks, we decided to buy a front carrier so we could go on walks without worrying about the crappy sidewalks.

Tina - posted on 03/24/2009

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A swing - and not one of those hand-me-down swings with a crank! Get one that can be plugged in so you don't have to crank it or replace batteries. I swear to you, that swing will save your sanity!!!!

Kristel - posted on 03/24/2009

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Kiddopatomus Swaddle Me, double electric breast pump if you are planning to pump at work, baby bathtub, and I personally love the Prince Lion wipes warmer. Definitely a front carrier at first, but I had to stop using it after a couple of months because dd got to be too heavy for me. Also, a good alternative to a travel system is a stroller that you can attach your carseat to -- we got the Mutsy 4-Rider Light, and it's great because all you need to put in the car is the frame and the carseat adapter. Good size diaper bag. Oh and for me, you can never have too many burp cloths. Boppy. Books to read to the little one.

Tamara - posted on 03/24/2009

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My absolute needs were a soft baby carrier like a MayaWrap and a Mei Tai for when they're a bit bigger, a changing station, a swing 'cause it let me take a shower and put the baby down, lots of meals that didn't take a lot of effort to cook since I was a c-section mom, diapers, diapers, diapers, breast pads, a GOOD car seat, and a few blankets 'cause it was winter.

Stephanie - posted on 03/24/2009

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Our travel system with car seat and stroller has been a godsend - even at like restauarants, we cart the whole shebang in, and it is convenient. Also a BOPPY! Even if you aren't going to nurse, it is super convenient - my handicapped mother-in-law uses it to hold our son. If you are nursing - I know it may seem expensive - but a GREAT breast pump will save you time, money and frustration! Lots of PJs for you little one, we really like the Halo Sleep Sacks and don't even bother with baby powder. It is a waste of money. Otherwise - every one else pretty much has it down. A travel play yard is also nice to have. Ours had a bassinette feature and a changing table/sling. The baby tub with a sling is fanstatic. Don't forget toys. I didn't register for toys, totally forgot, but wiser and more practiced moms still got us rattles, etc. It was awesome.

Barbara - posted on 03/24/2009

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You don't really NEED anything at all.  Baby gets everything he/she needs from you.  There are a few things that are nice to have around, though.  Here are some of my personal favorites:



-A Storchenwiege wrap, or some other long maya style wrap.  I have tried just about everything else, (the bjorn, a few simple slings, backpack, etc.) and it is by far the most comfortable and versatile type of carrier.  The other types get the job done, but the wrap style distributes the pressure more evenly across your back shoulders AND hips.  The other ones just got too painful after a little while, and I couldn't wear them for very long.



-Lots of little fabric squares, washcloths, cut up shirts, cloth prefold diapers, and the like.  We actually gave up on disposable wipes and just got a huge stack of stuff like this going.  That way we never ran out of wipes at an inopportune moment and had to run to the store in the middle of the night, and it was pretty much free.  Also, I think that plain water was easier on his bum than whatever is in most wipes.  A friend of mine started keeping a solution of some water mixed with soothing oils and a little Dr. Bronners baby soap by the changing area for her cloth wipes, though we never got into this.  I can say that our son has so far never really had a full diaper rash.



-We liked cloth diapers, they were very cost effective and you don't have to run to the store in the middle of the night to get diapers if you use cloth, just like the wipes.  And they say that cloth diapered babies potty train faster, which is true in our experience as well. (Our son has not had a BM in his diaper since he was 8 months, and this was pretty much self initiated.)



-A boppy is good to have when you start nursing, and it comes in handy when they start learning to sit up as well.



-A nursing bra is not essential though it is kind of handy.



-Lots of cotton breast pads!



-Changing pad



-A few outfits.  Don't bother with newborn sizes as they grow out of them in a week.  It's ok if things are a little big as long as they are comfortably cut.



Wow, that's more than I thought it would be.  Don't worry, you can pick stuff up as your family's needs dictate.  Good luck!

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