Baby T's

Arrival Date April 13, 2020

Hello friends and family! We are so excited to be welcoming Baby T in the Spring of 2020. We've worked hard on putting together our registry to make sure we have all of the items we will need upon T's arrival and as our family grows. We are intending to buy as much as we can in a gender neutral style so we can easily reuse items in the future!

Our general theme is pastels with clouds, rainbows, sun, moons, etc. Grays, mints, white, and black. The silver linings line through the brand Skip Hop is exactly what we're going for 😄

Just to note: Bethany prefers to choose more sustainable/natural materials, over plastic, so many of the items on the registry reflect that. Plastic cannot be entirely avoided, especially with toys, but we hope to limit our plastic usage as much as we can! We aim to find glass, wood, cloth, and other naturally based items to use while still remaining budget friendly. We will also be cloth diapering so we have no need for any disposables!

Thank you all so much for supporting the growth of our family and for celebrating in Baby T's upcoming arrival! We are so excited! (:

PS. Babylist is great for putting all items from various stores in one place for easy sharing, however the return process (if needed) is a little different. To make it easier, when you purchase an item through a different store, please come back to Babylist to mark it as reserved/purchased, and include a gift receipt for the store you bought through. We are registered separately through Amazon, Target, and Buy Buy Baby (search Bethany Terry) so we will qualify for the registry discount for those stores closer to Baby T's arrival (Babylist only gives a discount for Babylist store items). Feel free to shop wherever you prefer, but please come back to mark items through Babylist as this is what we are using as our final checklist over the next few months! Thank you so much!!


Hunter, Bethany, & Baby T

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