Second Baby Registry

Second Baby Registry

June 3, 2016

Second Baby Registry

Second Baby Registry

It’s 100% okay to register for your second (or subsequent) baby, especially if you ask for baby items you didn’t get the first time around. Many people will want to get you gifts, and each baby deserves to be celebrated regardless of birth order. So take this as an opportunity to register for some things you need ‘cause those cute baby booties don’t put diapers on themselves! Here are our favorite picks for new parents of two, three, or four that make your life easier.

If your kids sleep in separate rooms, you’ll need a baby monitor that is compatible with more than one camera (note: additional cameras are sold separately). This way, you can easily check in on them without accidentally waking up anyone.

Motorola MBP36XL Baby Monitor

$121.51

A sound machine can drown out your the noises of your older kiddo while the baby naps, and can even make your wee one’s crying fade into the background for siblings who share a room. This one also has a night light, time-to-rise feature and audio monitor, so it will be useful for a long time.

Hatch Rest+ Sound Machine, Night Light, Time-to-Rise plus Audio Monitor

$89.99

So, What is Babylist?

Babylist is a free, all-in-one baby registry that lets you add any item from any store (including Honest Company), as well as things like help, favors and cash funds. Your registry should be as unique as you are. Start your Babylist now.

Having your hands free is pretty crucial when you’re managing multiple kids. A baby carrier lets you snuggle your newborn close while doing things like helping your older child finish a macaroni art project.

Ergobaby Omni 360 Cool Air Mesh Baby Carrier

$152.00

You can get away with wearing your littlest in a baby carrier while you push your big kid in the stroller for only so long. Eventually, both will want a stroller seat of their own. See if your current stroller has the option to add a second seat or a sit/stand stroller board. If not, a double stroller like this can keep both your kids happy.

Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller

$359.99

With a baby carrier on your chest and a backpack diaper bag slung over your shoulders, you can have all the stuff you need and still keep your hands free to help your older child. This one has enough room for snacks, clothes, and sippy cups and bottles for two.

JuJuBe BFF

$114.95

Essentials We Can Always Use More Of

Chances are you don’t have any baby bath products left from the first time around. I used and loved Mustela products with my first baby.

Newborn Set - Daily Baby Care - For Babies & Children - Our Products - Mustela USA

$45.00

I was recently introduced to products from Zoe Organics (I’m really intrigued by the baby bath tea) so I included this gift set on my second baby registry too.

Baby Gift Sets | Zoe Organics

$68.00

Let’s be honest—pumping isn’t easy. It literally sucks. These milk storage bags have little inspirational quotes on them to make the going a bit easier.

Evenflo Feeding Advanced Milk Storage

$9.59

If you did milestone photos of baby #1, then you know what a fun process it was to document baby’s first year. And if you didn’t, you should do it with your second baby. Either way, a set of milestone cards or stickers for baby #2 reminds (or forces) you to remember to document them. It might not be as much as you documented your first baby, but at least you’ll have a record of their growth and progress too.

Milestone Baby's First Year Original Photo Cards

$24.00

Let your older child be like mom or dad with their own baby sling.

Doll Carrier Toy Pouch Sling Baby Doll Sling by SnuggyBaby

$14.00

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Natalie Gordon is the CEO and founder of Babylist. She started the company when she was eight-months pregnant with her first son.

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