After more than a million families created Babylist registries, we took a peek at the data to find out what Buy Buy Baby items people register for most. (Since Babylist is a baby registry that lets you add items from any store, we always know what baby gear people are currently loving on most.)
Want to skip hunting for a parking spot at Buy Buy Baby? Create your Babylist registry now, and add these favorites before you forget. Yes, parents just rave about the Boon Lawn Drying Rack and the Nosefrida Nasal Aspirator, so you don’t want to miss out. But with a Babylist, you can add more than just stuff to your registry: you can also add help and favors like home-cooked meals and dog walking. With your squad organized to help you out, you’ll have more time to bond with baby!
An ultra-safe car seat paired with a maneuverable, easily manageable city stroller.
This stroller glides like a dream, is big and strong and light and easy to use, PLUS, it’s got style.
Putting this on is just as easy as putting on a hoodie, and they can snuggle in it from the earliest ages without needing an infant insert.
This mirror is just right for getting a large, clear view of your baby in the backseat.
Easy installation and one-button stroller release. Also very comfortable for baby.
The gold standard in baby swings. It offers your baby five different types of motion: everything from a car ride to a tree swing to the bounce of a parent’s arms.
A soft and comfy little seat with a harness to keep your little one seated securely.
This changing pad has a four-inch ridge on three sides to make it harder for baby to roll off the mat: very handy.
This bedside sleeper and bassinet swivels to make it easy to reach baby, plus it’s got soothing sounds and vibrations.
SO effective at getting baby to settle down and snooze.
Don’t lose your bottle bits in the dishwasher–make it easy with this gracefully designed basket.
Super practical for drying even a huge number of bottles, it brightens up your kitchen with a touch of spring.
The little branches on this twig make it very easy to hang up your tiny pump and bottle parts so they won’t get lost.
A comfortable and soft pillow to help hold your baby when you nurse and give your arms a break.
A compact high chair that’s so easy to take to a restaurant with you (or to grandma’s house).
Breastfeed in style with this infinity scarf.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Everything your pediatrician would want you to have to keep baby well and safe at home.
A nice accurate thermometer that makes it easy to take your baby’s temperature even if they’re being really wiggly.
Totally a lifesaver whenever baby’s got a cold. Not as gross as it sounds. Promise.
FOR THE PARENTS
When you bring your baby home, you’re carrying tons of important documents: birth certificate, insurance, social security forms and more. This helps you stay organized.
There’s a reason they are registry favorites! These versatile onesies go with any accessories.
These little short-sleeved onesies makes diaper changes so easy, plus they go with anything.
You’ll need lots and lots of socks. It’s kind of like babies have a sock-losing super power. Those things disappear like crazy (and turn up in weird places later).
Never too early to teach baby the alphabet–and what better time to learn than bathtime!
Combining a pacifier with a plush toy makes it easier for baby to hold and for you to find.
The tub’s sling cradles your newborn, but can be removed to make room for your toddler.
Not only does it make rinsing easier, it makes bathtime lots of un.
A parent and a child compete to describe HOW MUCH they love each other. AwwwWwww.
It’s a book full of sea creatures that you can take right into the bath with you.