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Baby Registries - What You Should Pick

Now that you know what a baby registry is and how to use one, you may be uncertain what type of items to put on it. There can be quite a variety of choices, and it is all dependent on what you need for your baby.

You can put everything on the list from bottles and diapers to high chairs and car seats. It is definitely best to put many things on the list from all areas. Some people will want to buy specific items and some will have no idea what they want to get for the baby, but they may have a certain dollar amount in mind they were planning on spending. If there is a person who wants to buy you a high chair, but you don't put one on the list, you may risk them buying you one anyway, only they will have no idea which one you would prefer.

Once you have determined what types of items you will be putting on the registry, you will obviously not want to list every single item you would like to have for baby, so you should try to narrow it down as best you can. One of the best ways to do this is to put as many 3-in-1 items on the list as you can. They often aren't much more in price and you won't end up with a really long list of big ticket items on your registry.

For example, you can get the 3-in-1 carseat-carrier-stroller. These have the carrier that is also a carseat that can be placed on top of the stroller for use when the baby is a newborn. Then, as the baby gets older, the stroller can still be used in an upright position. By registering such items as this, it saves you from listing a carseat, a carrier, a newborn stroller, and a toddler stroller all on your registry. And, while they may be slightly more expensive, some of your baby shower guests may decide to get together to get you exactly what you want instead of having to try to decide what to get you that's not on your list.

Other excellent products include such things as a diaper genie, a vibrating bouncer, and a baby swing. These can all come in handy for new moms by occupying baby for at least a little while. Another good thing, if you don't already have one, is a baby bathtub and possibly a bathtub ring. While it may be easy to not think about things for when your baby gets a little older (you are obviously focused on what your newborn will need right now), these are things that babies begin to need and use much more quickly than you could imagine. It is also good because it will make the list a little longer. This can be good for a couple of reasons: it gives your guests more variety to choose from and it prevents the list from being all bought which could leave someone wondering what to get for the new baby.

Good small items to put on your baby registry are the things that you can never have too many of, such as onesies, diapers (be sure to pick some that are newborn size and some that are at least one size up so that your baby doesn't outgrow the diapers before you run out), bibs, lotions, medicines (including Orajel, Mylicon and Tylenol) etc.

When creating registries, remember that it is best to list a variety of items. Some people won't be able to afford expensive items, and some people will prefer to get the bigger things and leave the smaller products to others. It is also important to remember that not everyone will use your baby registry to decide what they will buy for baby. Some people may already know what they want the baby to have, and others may not have access to the particular stores you registered at. Whatever the reason, don't forget that everyone is buying for baby, and any gift shows love from that person for your little one.


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