baby registry

Thinking about what to add to your baby registry can be super overwhelming! There were so many items that I didn’t add to our baby registry for our first that I am now adding for our second baby.

There are a lot of different opinions, products, and items out there that you can get but if you have a small budget it can seem like you won’t have the budget to get what you need.

If you have a small budget or just don’t want to go crazy on buying the most expensive items out there it is important you get what you will need for the first few months and then as your baby grows you can get more things later.

If you are like me I like to see what items that moms recommend. Since they have been there before it is one of the best resources to look at when putting together your own baby registry.

Keep in mind that each mom likes one item more than others. Research the items before adding them to your baby registry that way you will get products you will actually LOVE!

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Must Have Baby Registry Items From 132 Mom

Below I have organized each recommended item into categories so that it is easier to find items that you are looking for are still need to add to your baby registry.

There may be more than one recommended item in a category which is why it is important to do your research and pick one that is going to work the best for you and that is within your budget!

Nursery Items For Baby

Ubbi diaper pail

Waterproof crib pads

Baby Carriers and Wraps


Solly baby wrap

Moby wrap

Woven wrap

Bottles and Pacifiers

Dr Browns bottles

MAM bottles

Boon drying grass

Comotomo bottle

Ventaire baby bottles

MAM pacifiers


Boppy pillow

Breast Therapy Pack

Haakaa Silicone Breastfeeding


Nipple shields



Microwaveable sterilization bags

Aden and anais burp cloths

Aden and anais bibs

Ikea high chair

Bottle Warmer

Baby Clothing

Newborn nightgowns

Pajamas with zippers

Car Seats and Strollers


Graco car seat and stroller travel system

B-ready stroller

Auto rock n play

Baby Gear

Graco pack and play

Binxy Baby hammock

Backpack diaper bag

Snap and go stroller


Snuza – clip-on diaper movement monitor

White Noise Maker

Swaddle sacks



Owlet monitor

Baby Delight snuggle nest


Frida Baby Nose Frida

Little remedies saline drops


Muslin blankets Muslin blankets

Isn’t this such a great list! There were so many items on this list that I did not but on our daughter’s baby registry that I wish I did! This time around I am adding those items I didn’t have the first time around.

When you are putting together your baby registry you don’t need to buy the entire store or have everything right away. Add the essentials to your baby registry and as your baby grows, get what they need. This will help you not feel so overwhelmed and it won’t break the bank.

If you liked this post make sure to save it for later! You could even save it to boards called baby registry or baby must-haves!

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Kara is the founder of the Dollar Mommy Club and a full-momma and who loves every minute of it. Ever since she was a little girl (around two years old actually) she has wanted a baby of her own. She even asked her mom for “a crying and pooping baby doll” for Christmas when she was just 6 years old. Certain events took place to where Kara was diagnosed with Endometriosis, and doctors told her that having her own children might be impossible. She spent years trying to figure out her health by trying everything under the sun that you can think of. It wasn’t until a few years after she was married that both she and her husband figured it out, and they were blessed with their first baby girl! When Kara isn’t managing the Dollar Mommy Club and it’s wonderful members and contributors, she enjoys spending time with family, binge-watching The Office on Netflix, and creating art.



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