Chelsea & Tommy's Baby Registry

Arrival Date July 15, 2021

Hi Friends & Family!

Thanks for taking a look at our registry! We're grateful for any and all help in making our little girls entrance into the world a comfortable one!

If you are inspired to find your own things outside the registry here are some thoughts we have that might help you on your search!

We love the earth! That said, anything that is socially conscious/ mindfully made/ eco-friendly or basically won’t end up as poison in a landfill gives us hearts in our eyes. Think, wood, linen, bamboo, rubber, cotton, glass, wool etc. as opposed to plastic. That goes for hand me downs and handmade stuff. We love it! Of course it won’t be possible to ensure evvvverything is that way with a baby but we end up using most of those materials in our day to day, so we are comfortable with their care.

We are SO excited about having girl!! And we are super into unisex clothes. There are so many cute options these days! Pink is great (❤️ salmon, coral, blush) and we love dresses! But please nothing that says “Daddy’s Little Princess" or insinuates anything disparaging about gender like “Dad’s Broke, Mom’s Tired, I’m Cute”. It makes us sad and existential.

A note about space, we don’t have a lot of it! You might notice we chose things that fold up or are collapsible (the baby tub). That’s because our cute little house, with all it provides us, has truly zero storage. So anything she won’t use till she’s a toddler can wait and things that don’t take up a ton of space get a gold star!

As sizes go, for the math weary, at 0-6 months she’ll be in summer/fall, 6-12 months she’ll be in winter/spring, and so on.

We have a stroller and car seat already. Please don’t spend your precious money on one of those very expensive things!

We are hoping to use primarily cloth diapers (they have come such a long way!) but, Lord help us, we are sure we will need emergency disposables so if you feel so inclined, hit us with some diapers.

We omitted personal stuff like nipple creams and peri bottles because we figure people like to gift cute things and not imagine what is happening to Chelsea’s healing body. But if you want to contribute to Chelsea’s postpartum journey the Amazon wishlist at jelly4donut@gmail.com is filled with all kinds of embarrassing creams and contraptions for her nether regions. And if you are experienced and know some magic thing that was amazing for you or your partner, definitely choose that! We literally know nothing at this point…

So much love to all of you, we can’t wait to share our little babe with you! Who will she be!? This is crazy! Still in disbelief…

Thank you all!

Tommy, Chelsea & Baby V

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