Aimée and Michael's Baby Registry

Arrival Date March 20, 2018

We are so grateful to be friends with everyone of you, and we appreciate your generosity and help at such an important stage of our lives! It is such an exciting time, and we have such high hopes for our child. We only wish the best for them. You will notice a lot of organic and natural items on our list. That is certainly our preference, however equally appreciated would be used or hand-me-down items. Or if you are so inclined, we would cherish handmade keepsakes! I am planning a few cute handmade things myself, and have kept a number of personal or family items specifically to pass on to my child.

There are many things on this list, the most essential items are starred (*). Most of the clothing and books and toys would be nice to have, but are definitely non-essentials. In many ways this list is to help me see that I have covered all the bases. So we would rather not have any commercial items intentionally not listed, such as disposable diapers, which we will not use. We have limited space and wish to have a tidy and simplistic home. Some things, like the crib, are not on this list, because my da has been kind enough to help me design and make one for the baby!

We don't know the gender of the baby, as you probably are already aware. Our theme for the nursery is Woodland Marsh, so good colors, if you wanted to match, would be greens, off-whites, browns, grays, yellows, earthy reds and all blues (which is my favorite color, so you can never go wrong with that, lol!).

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Visit Aimee Hagen and Michael Epling’s Baby Registry on Babylist. To raise a child it takes a village. Thanks for being part of ours!