Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Gearing Up for Baby!

Hi Friends! I am popping in today to share some of the items from our baby registry. We are gearing up for the arrival of our little one, and with this being our first, it was pretty hard to register for baby stuff (much, much harder then our wedding registry!). We relied on the advice of the sales people at the store, and some of my favorite bloggers who offered their advice for the best baby essentials. Little by little, baby things have started to trickle into our once "baby free zone" house, and this is all starting to feel very real!

I would LOVE to hear more suggestions!! What did you think was essential for baby? What worked? What didn't work?

11 comments:

  1. ahh love this post and pinning for the future!! so exciting!

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  2. How exciting !! Congratulations !

    xxLily
    goldandgray.com

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  3. Wow... Thanks.. I'm at the first time on your blog! And I like it! Thanks for sharing info. Keep up the good work.

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  4. You have good stuff in there. The only suggestion I have is to replace the Babybjorn with an Ergo carrier. Babybjorn is harder on your back just of the way the straps are. It mostly works for very short walks. Ergo is pricier but much more worth it IMO as it is very comfortable for u and baby

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  5. Wow, congrats! I use all these things, my favorite is my Uppa Baby stroller! I use the bassinet all the time!

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  6. That drying rack is so adorable! So exciting!

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  7. That giraffe is so cute. Baby gear has come a long way since I was prego. Love the Kate Spade line of baby bags too. So stylish.

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  8. Awh I just love that giraffe! All of your picks are so cute. SO exciting :) xoxo

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  9. Big swaddleing blankets are a must....and hopefully something from our line.

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  10. I too just got the Uppa Baby Vista in Green (we're not finding out the gender). The best advice I read was to make sure your baby monitor isn't on the same frequency as your cordless phone or you'll have interference issues.
    Meredith
    www.thelovelyowl.com

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Thank you for your comments, I read every single one and I love to hear from you! It is ok to disagree with me, but this is not the space for negativity (that means you Anonymous) xoxo


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