The question we get most at Babypalooza once first-time parents find out they are expecting is what do we do now? What do we need to have to bring baby home? To keep from being overwhelmed we suggest parents create a baby registry. A baby registry is a list of all of the essentials and not so essential items that you would like to have when baby gets home. It’s a great way to stay organized. Most parents-to-be usually will start the registry around week 12 when they typically start going public with the news that they are expecting. Some parents may wait until week 20 or so when they are able to determine the baby’s gender.

It’s best to have the baby registry built in time for the baby shower so that friends and family members can literally pick the perfect gift.

There are many stores and places where you can create your baby registry. One of our favorites and a popular option for many parents is the Amazon Baby Registry. Most people already have an Amazon shopping account so clicking your registry and shipping you a gift is easy peasy.

Amazon allows you to even add items from stores that are not on Amazon. You also get free 90-day returns on most items and manage your registry on the APP or any device whenever and wherever you want.

If you haven’t started your registry yet click the link below:

Shop Amazon – Create an Amazon Baby Registry

If you want a registry at a store where you and your gift buyers can visit then you may also want to create a registry at buybuy Baby

Register Your Baby Registry online at buybuyBABY and Receive FREE Goody Bag in Store!

If you’ve started your registry but are overwhelmed by choices of what to add. Check out the Babypalooza picks on Amazon. As a disclaimer, we do get a small percentage if you purchase any of our picks. However, we put you first. We have only added items to our list that we all personally like and have or would purchase.

Shop Amazon – Babypalooza Baby Product Picks

Starting Your Baby Registry

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Sara Holland
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- Sara is a staff writer for Babypalooza Magazine