The Birth Hour Sample Baby Registry
The Birth Hour Sample Baby Registry
February 4, 2019

The Birth Hour Sample Baby Registry

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The Birth Hour Sample Baby Registry.
The Birth Hour Sample Baby Registry

The Birth Hour can help empower you during your impending birth experience, with real-life birth stories featured on their podcast, as well as prep classes. They also offer a back-to-work breastfeeding course to help you manage the transition from maternity leave. Bryn from the Birth Hour suggests adding these helpful items to your baby registry.

Baby Necessities

If you register for the Know Your Options course, you’ll get this course for free! But, if you’ve already had your baby and want to focus on preparing to go back to work, this stand alone online course will cover everything from best pumping methods, supply issues, negotiating with your employer and more!

Back-2-Work Breastfeeding Course Enroll | The Birth Hour


The Birth Hour’s comprehensive evidence-based childbirth course that is taken online, with your partner, at your own pace covers everything from the final weeks of pregnancy through postpartum, newborn care and breastfeeding. Get started with this free Video Series and then register for the course!

FREE | 3 Videos Every Expecting Couple Must See to Prepare for Birth & Baby


A soft stretchy wrap that you can coordinate to your outfit that is not only a great babywearing tool but also a fun item for mom to look forward to putting on when she’s ready to get out and about with baby.

Solly Baby Babylist x Solly Baby Collaboration Wrap Carrier


A ring sling is another great option for easy babywearing and they are great for taking you from newborn days through toddlerhood. Sakura Bloom has some truly beautiful options!

Moby Ring Sling


A structured carrier with tons of options is an easy introduction to babywearing for moms and dads!

Ergobaby Omni 360 Baby Carrier



A natural nipple cream that I used before and after every feeding (it’s safe for baby to ingest) and it’s also great for lubing your breast pump flanges before pumping.

Earth Mama Organic Nipple Butter


Nursing bras that are comfortable enough to sleep in but supportive enough to wear during the day as well. I’m a huge fan of their “busty” sizing options too!

Kindred Bravely French Terry Racerback Nursing & Sleep Bra


I love that it stays in place, is supportive, and has a pocket where I kept chapstick, nipple cream and secret stashes of chocolate. It’s also a life saver for c section mamas because you can clip it to stay in place above your scar relieving the pressure that other pillows would cause.

My Brest Friend Original Nursing Pillow


Calling all wool lovers: They are self-cleaning and just need to dry each night so just get two pairs and you can alternate one pair while the other is drying.

Nursing Pads Original Style, Medium


This lifesaver of a product allows you to save breast milk that is pouring out of the non-nursing side while your baby eats. Using a breast pump is not a good idea when you have oversupply because it just stimulates your breasts to make more milk so these are also a great way to start a freezer stash without causing further engorgement.

Milkies Milk-Saver Breast Milk Collector Storage


Health & Safety

This humidifier is amazing, not just for tiny newborn noses, but also for congested mucousy pregnant mamas!

Crane Drop Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier


For the Parent(s)

My favorite prenatals because they are labeled by day so you never forget to take one and they have methylfolate for those 40% of women who can’t process folic acid.

TheraNatal Complete Prenatal Vitamin | 3 Month Supply


This spray is a life saver for healing your bottom and perineum. I used it so much that I now associate the smell with my postpartum days. It’s also really useful for hemorrhoids during pregnancy.

Earth Mama Herbal Perineal Spray

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