Second Baby Registry

Second Baby Registry

June 3, 2016

Second Baby Registry

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 first baby is still young enough to require a monitor, registering for a video monitor with two cameras is key. I didn’t even have a video monitor with my first. It was one of those things that I thought was extravagant and totally unnecessary until I actually had a baby and realized it would be very helpful to see if he was crying because his foot was stuck in his crib rail or he just wanted my company. So I learned my lesson.

Motorola MBP33XL Video Baby Monitor

$83.98

With other kids in the house, it’s harder to keep things quiet for your newborn. A white noise machine will help!

Munchkin Munchkin Nursery Projector & Sound System

$15.00

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.

If you didnt have a baby carrier with baby #1, getting one is essential with baby #2. Ive been told (from my mom friends who already have 2 kids) that you often wear your second while running around with the older sibling. I did wear my first baby, but am really eager to get my hands on one of the new ERGObaby 360 carriers that allow baby to face out, as well as their traditional other 3 positions.

Ergobaby 360 Baby Carrier

$109.99

Depending on how old your first child is, youre going to need a way to transport both kiddos at the same time. My first son is three and a half, so I definitely want the Uppababy piggyback board to add to our Uppababy Vista for strolling around the neighborhood.

UPPAbaby Vista Piggyback Ride-Along Board

$99.00

There are just times when you need both kids to be restrained and seated safely, and for that reason (and after A LOT of double stroller research) I put this double stroller on our registry as well.

Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller

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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