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Did You Know? Answers!
Updated on
September 11, 2023

Did You Know? Answers!

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Did You Know? Answers!.
Did You Know? Answers!

Thanks for joining us at Babylist Cribs and testing your knowledge at our Did You Know? wall, sponsored by Afterpay! Speaking of, did you know you can use Afterpay on almost any Babylist purchase from $1 - $2,000 and split your payments into smaller chunks that you pay back over time? (Four equal payments, paid back every two weeks, to be exact). And that’s without any interest or external credit checks.*

Ready for more fun facts? See how many answers you got right below (start at the top left and go clockwise).

Question One: Can you rank these high chairs from budget-friendly to most expensive?

Answer: At $169.00, the stylish Stokke Clikk high chair is a slightly more affordable option thanthe Munchkin 360 Cloud at $199.99.

Question Two: Do you know what the most registered for product on Babylist was in 2021?

Answer: The Hatch Rest Sound Machine! This multi-purpose gear is a sound machine, night light and time-to-rise clock in one. It’s also the Babylist product most commonly purchased with Afterpay!

Question Three: Pair the wheels to the celeb baby.

Answer: Not just celeb babies here, but royal ones! The Silver Cross Balmoral Pram has been the official stroller of Windsor Castle for generations, making it an easy pick for Prince George (son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge themselves, Prince William and Kate Middleton). But when it came time to pick a stroller for cousin Archie, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle opted for the more “affordable” Bugaboo Fox.

Question Four: They’re just like us! Match the star to their fave budget baby gear.


Question 4: The world’s most expensive bassinet is 14K gold. Can you guess the price?

Answer: The solid-gold Dodo bassinet was valued at around $16.3 Million. But you can get the gold-plated version for closer to $43K—practically a bargain!

Question 5: How many Swarovski Crystals does it take to turn a $30 training potty into a sparkling $1,000 seat?

Answer: Over 3,200 crystals. But whatever it takes to motivate your kiddo, right? (Maybe this one is better saved for DIY.)

Question 6: Babies go through a lot of diapers. How many in the first year?

Answer: Babies go through an average of 2,200 diapers in just the first year! That’s around $900 worth of diapers (which, psst…you can definitely use Afterpay to help with).

While you probably won’t be buying a solid gold bassinet for your little one (who knows?!), Afterpay can help you make your baby gear purchases a little more manageable. Click here to create an account now.

*You must be over 18, a resident of the U.S. and meet additional eligibility criteria to qualify. Late fees may apply. See for complete terms. Loans to California residents made or arranged pursuant to a California Finance Lenders Law License.

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