Babylist Registry Consultants Sample Registry
Babylist Registry Consultants Sample Registry
February 10, 2020

Babylist Registry Consultants Sample Registry

Babylist Registry Consultants Sample Registry.
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Babylist Registry Consultants Sample Registry

Ever wish you could ask your very own team of baby gear experts what products they can’t live without and which items they recommend to thousands of parents as they build their baby registries every day? Now you can!

We’re tapping our very own Registry Consultants—our team of real parents and gear experts whose job is to help Babylist registrants make gear choices for their growing families—for a sample registry of the best of the best baby products so you can add them to your registries, too.

From booties that actually stay on tiny baby feet to blowout-proof diapers, these must-haves are products our team loves for their own families and friends and items they consistently recommend to our Babylist customers each and every day.

Nursery + Decor

This affordable crib is a standout favorite across the board for our team. “This crib is beautiful but sturdy. Fantastic price point,” says one of our Consultants. “I love the simplicity of this crib, along with how well it holds up through multiple children despite its amazingly cheap price point.”

IKEA SNIGLAR Crib

$79.99

Little Unicorn’s crib sheets get big points for comfort, breathability and of course the unique prints. “I love all things Little Unicorn. The prints are so fun and the description of getting softer after each wash is completely accurate. These are not as buttery soft as a knit sheet might be—however, I prefer these since they are breathable.”

Little Unicorn Cotton Muslin Crib Sheet

$27.00

“I like that it can practically go over your bed. The mesh retractable sides are genius for parents with short arms and make it easy to transition baby while still sleeping. It’s the closest way to safely co-sleep.”

Halo Bassinest Swivel Sleeper Essentia Series

$239.99

They call these swaddles classics for a reason. “They’re large enough to get a good, tight swaddle, come in the best designs, and can be used for a million and one things once swaddling is over!”

Aden + Anais Classic Cotton Muslin Swaddle (4 Pack)

$49.95

For a stretchier version of a swaddle blanket that’s just as versatile, our Consultants love Copper Pearl. They’re also great for newborn photo sessions. “I love that they have matching blankets and hats, perfect for pictures.”

Copper Pearl Bamboo Knit Swaddle Blanket

$24.85

Our Registry Consultants also recommend adding a more “user friendly” swaddle to your registry, like the Miracle Blanket. “In my opinion, the only swaddle that can keep any houdini baby in it all night long! It’s super simple to use and the fabric is soft yet durable. But best of all, NO VELCRO.”

Miracle Blanket Swaddle

$24.95

It’s also helpful to have a more traditional blanket on your registry for things like keeping baby warm in the stroller or throwing over the car seat. One of our Consultants raves about Saranoni. “We love these blankets. Wash and wear so well. Really warm and soft and easy to pack for trips.”

Saranoni Receiving Blanket

$39.99

Once your little one transitions from the swaddle, a sleep sack is a great option for keeping them warm and safe. “Seriously snuggly soft. When it first arrived in the mail my first reaction was that I wanted one in my size,” said one of our Consultants. “Easy care instructions and multiple warmth options.”

Kyte Baby 1.0 Tog Sleep Bag

$49.99

Despite its higher price point, the Keekaroo is an all-time favorite among our team. “Super sturdy and lasts through multiple kids (and all of their diaper messes!). Easy to clean, can place anywhere, and I love that it’s open at the bottom, making it easy to use with toddlers and bigger babies.”

Keekaroo Peanut Diaper Changing Pad

$129.95

There are lots of features and price points to consider when choosing a monitor, but several members of the team all love the Lollipop. “I’ve tried so many different monitors. This one has a crystal clear picture and has great features like photo capture, alerts, music and two-way talk.”

Lollipop Smart Baby Monitor

$149.00

Our team recommends adding a white noise machine to your registry to help set the stage for a healthy (and distraction-free!) sleep environment. The LectroFan is small but gets loud enough to actually block out other sounds, lasts for years and has amazing customer service.

LectroFan High Fidelity White Noise Machine

$38.99

Storage is something lots of parents-to-be forget about when building a registry. “Lots of storage is necessary—and these just make it look pretty,” says one of our Consultants about Pehr’s beautiful (and extremely useful) line of storage containers.

Petit Pehr Storage Pint

$26.00

“Washable. That’s all.” We couldn’t agree more.

Lorena Canals Morocco Washable Rug

$249.00

“I love how you can customize the fonts and colors on wooden name signs to really make your own unique signs,” says one of our Consultants. These signs from Etsy have endless options for personalization.

Wooden Name Signs

$76.00+

On the Go

The Nuna gets nearly a unanimous vote from our Registry Consultants team as the best all-around infant car seat. Major pros include the light weight, European belt path (which means it can be installed without the base) and extra safety features. “Safe, lightweight, easy to install…these are every parent’s request, so I recommend it to everyone!” Second runner-up: the Clek Liing.

Nuna Pipa Infant Car Seat & Base

$299.95

One of our Registry Consultants, who also happens to be a Child Passenger Safety Technician (AKA a car seat expert) loves this seat from Clek. “The unmatched safety of the Clek, the fabric that makes clean-up so easy and the slim fit which makes three-across in almost any vehicle an option makes this a standout favorite.”

Clek foonf Convertible Car Seat

$449.99

Choosing a stroller for your registry depends a lot on your lifestyle and where you live, but an all-around favorite is the YOYO2 6+ Stroller. “This. Is. My. Favorite. Stroller. EVER. (And I’ve tried a lot.) It’s SO light. So easy to take with you. Fits anywhere. Can be used with adapters to make a travel system. Color packs are so cute. It pushes well even for a lightweight stroller. It feels like a full-size stroller in a tiny package.”

Babyzen YOYO2 6+ Stroller

$499.98

Adding a lightweight, travel-friendly stroller to your registry is a good idea, and our team raves about the Colugo. “Colugo is a great travel stroller option,” says one of our Consultants. It’s also great for using on day trips or when you want to avoid a bulkier stroller.

Colugo The Compact Stroller

$285.00

A baby carrier is a great way to go hands-free while still keeping baby close. The Happy Baby carrier is lightweight, can fit into a diaper bag, is comfortable and not bulky, and the brand has stellar customer service. Also loved by our team: the Tula Free-to-Grow.

Happy Baby Original Baby Carrier

$138.00+

A pricier travel crib, yes, but one that our team says is a must. “The Baby Bjorn is amazing for how easy and quick it is to pack up/set up, as well as the sleek design and thick mattress. I also love the little suitcase it packs up into, and I have found it travels so well even on planes!”

Babybjörn Travel Crib Light

$299.99

Gear

Our team admits there are other less expensive bouncers on the market that do almost the same thing—but this one stands out as well worth the price tag. “I love how upright it sits and have found that they are an awesome place to put a refluxing baby after feeding. I find that babies love sitting upright, too and engage better with things and people in the room. I also love how light and portable it is, and the fact that it folds flat so it can be stored nearly anywhere.”

Babybjörn Bouncer Balance Soft

$199.99

Adding a seat with more swing-like movement to your registry can be beneficial if you have a baby who is soothed by constant motion. “I love the modern and simple design of the Leaf that fits in with household decor. I think the swinging motion is just enough to calm a fussy baby, without getting them too used to a super fast swing.”

Nuna LEAF Grow Seat

$289.95

Feeding

Every single one of Babylist’s Registry Consultants named a different “must have” bottle—which means you should add the Bottle Box to your registry so you (and your baby) can decide for yourselves which one works best.

Babylist Bottle Box

$29.99

Several of our Registry Consultants recommend these not as diapers but as the best ever burp cloths. “I wanted to be the mom with cute burp cloths but cute burp cloths just get ruined. These cloth diapers were used to clean up really anything and I didnt care if they were ruined.”

Gerber Birdseye 3-Ply Prefold Cloth Diapers

$13.99

Bibs are a must-have. “These are easy to snap on and off and look super cute.”

Copper Pearl Bandana Bib Set

$19.95

In addition to baby bibs, don’t forget to add waterproof bibs to your registry that will work once your little one starts solids and the real mess begins. “I’m a big fan of any sleeved bib as they reduce so much laundry,” says one of our Consultants.

Bumkins Sleeved Bib

$12.77

Solids will be here before you know it, so add a few utensils onto your registry to kick off your stash. “The idea behind these is so smart. The spoon is deep so food doesn’t just roll right off, and the fork end is for stabbing. 100% silicone so super easy to rinse/clean.”

Ryan and Rose Cutie Tensil

$13.99

“I love anything made of natural materials, and I especially love these! The suction holds well (compared to many others of the same design) and the size is just right for a baby/toddler. Plus, the suction is removable for when the child gets older and doesn’t need it anymore.”

Avanchy Rainbow Gift Set Baby Bowl + Baby Plate + 5 Spoons

$59.97

Diapering

If you plan on using disposable diapers, lots of our Consultants say Hello Bello is the way to go. “They’re so soft and I love the prints. We have had zero leaks and very few blowouts. Great price point as well. I purchase them from Walmart but they also offer a subscription.”

Hello Bello Disposable Diapers

$7.97

Going the cloth route? “Super high quality, and their all-in-one design makes cloth diapering so easy. They are a well-known brand and have been loved by many cloth diapering families for many, many years.”

bumGenius Cloth Diapers

$21.95

Stocking up on baby wipes is never a bad idea, and our team has nothing but great things to say about Honest’s wipes. “These are soft and thick and never irritate my baby’s skin.”

The Honest Company Baby Wipes

$32.99

“Cloth diaper-safe as well, Earth Mama’s diaper cream can be used on anything and everything, including first aid/scratches.”

Earth Mama Organic Diaper Balm

$12.99

Ubbi’s diaper pail uses regular garbage bags or cloth pail liners and is the best for keeping smells at bay thanks to its steel construction. “Love the colors, simple design and that it doesn’t need specific bags.”

Ubbi Steel Diaper Pail

$69.99

“I’m pretty sure I’ve tried almost every backpack out there. Mina Baie has the best built-in storage and is the most comfortable. It’s versatile with different ways to wear it and it will last through multiple kids. I even use it without kids because it looks great as a non-diaper bag as well.”

Mina Baie Diaper Bags

$178.00+

Health + Safety

Great for full-sized tubs or for using in smaller bathrooms or apartments, the Angelcare Bath Support is easy to keep clean and is ergonomically designed to properly support babies.

Angelcare Baby Bath Support

$19.99

“I am all about the natural, chemical-free versions of products, and especially when it comes to soap. I find out of all of the natural baby products I’ve used, this one lathers well, doesn’t have a weird film left after rinsing, and is super gentle on baby skin—even super sensitive little bodies.”

Puracy Natural Baby Shampoo and Body Wash

$20.99

Ultra soft and extremely durable, these washcloths will quickly become a bath time routine staple.

Pupiki Baby Washcloths

$15.97

“I have been using this thermometer since it first came out almost 10 years ago. I love that you can track the readings so it’s easy to pull up those middle of the night readings when the Dr. asks. I also love that it’s a traditional thermometer (can be used orally, under the arm or rectally) as it’s more accurate than many ear or forehead thermometers.”

Kinsa QuickCare Digital Thermometer

$24.99

“These are the only baby nail scissors I will ever use,” says one of our Consultants.

Tweezerman Baby Nail Scissors

$18.60

Clothing + Accessories

These sleepers are versatile and a wardrobe staple for newborns and older babies. “These are organic and wash really well. They’re also extremely soft. And best of all—zippers!” Also loved: Hanna Andersson sleepers for the toddler set.

Burt's Bees Baby Organic Sleep & Play Footie Pajamas

$13.95

“Definitely the best as far as keeping little feet warm, staying on, and simple designs. They also come with grippy bottoms for early walkers, which are perfect.”

Zutano Cozie Fleece Booties

$21.00

“These are buttery soft and I love that they knot and make for easy diaper changes. My daughter lived in these gowns until she started crawling.”

Lou Lou and Company Knotted Gowns

$32.00

Play

This play gym will last from day one through the toddler years. “Love the modern style with the science behind it,” says one of our Consultants.

Lovevery The Play Gym

$140.00

“Kids love chewing on wood for some reason. They’re like little beavers!” And since this teether is made from all natural beech, you won’t have to worry about anything toxic in your little one’s mouth.

Loulou Lollipop Bubble Silicone & Wood Teething Rattle

$25.00

A classic for a reason. “Beloved by families for years, it really is somehow magical and almost all babies love it.”

Vulli Sophie the Giraffe Teether

$23.00

“These blankets have the best prints. They’re perfect for a park outing and easy to throw in the stroller basket.”

Little Unicorn Outdoor Blanket

$45.00

One of our Consultants names this book her “go-to present for baby showers,” and we couldn’t agree more.

All the World

$5.79
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