Baby Maclaughlin Registry

Arrival Date June 4, 2020

*No baby clothes please!! We are beyond set!!*

It's been over 6 years since I've had a baby and I've gifted away everything I had with Leela- except her clothes! As a second time mama and midwife I know what babies really need and ALSO how important it is to support the mom with things that she needs for healing and taking care of baby. I want to keep things minimalistic and eco-friendly- so please don't buy new if you can find these things gently used! The only things I want new are the carseat, crib mattress, postpartum clothing items and breast pump. I co-slept with Leela until she was 5 (yes, 5), and the lack of sleep was horrible for my health, so we do intend on transitioning this baby to a crib when the time is right.

Please use this list as a guide for a scavenger hunt and find these things on facebook marketplace, craigslist, or maybe you have some of these things that you'd like to gift me already! If you find them, just mark that they have been bought 😄 I don't need or want any more baby clothes!!!! We have been given tons of hand me downs and are more than set on that front.

We are having a Girl! I don't need anything aside from what is on this list, and I'm really trying to keep my home clean and minimal so if you have anything you want to gift that isn't on this list, please ask first to see if we need it because I don't want the added task of taking things to donate or getting rid of that we don't really need.

I would ESPECIALLY love and appreciate donations to the postpartum doula fund and meal prep! Postpartum care is sOOOOOOOO important and I had a horrible horrible time with my first born complete with postpartum depression and I'd really love to avoid that, and from my work with birthing women, I know that postpartum support is vital to prevention.

Thanks for reading all of this, I really do appreciate it! See you at our shower ❤️

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