07 December 2016

Baby Must Haves

I work for Babylist, so I started our baby registry well before we were actually pregnant (research, right?). So when it came time to actually make our list ready for the public eye, I only needed to add a few items. Being in the baby industry and surrounded by products every day, a few items really stand out to me. Here are just a few of my favorite items that I am most excited about from our registry (or that I've most likely already purchased...).

Fawn Design Bag. I am both obsessed with these bags and the creator Jenny. She is the worlds sweetest human and both times I've run into her, I've asked to be her new best friend. Kidding, but I should have. I ordered the black bag but really wanted the pink one too. I guess there is still time...


Since our girl will be the cutest accessory that either of us have, baby wearing will be part of our every day. In our arsenal is two Wildbird ring slings (I can't pick just one color so I got both light grey and tan. Sue me.), two Solly wraps (same pattern problem. Settled on grey stripe and light pink), and an ErgoBaby structured carrier (in linen. LOVE).

Dockatot. There is a lot of hype surrounding the new Dockatot product and I can safely tell you, totally worth the hype (and price tag). Ordering in pristine white for safe bed sharing and also portable nap station. Nate and I definitely need a king sized bed, between us two and the dog, plus a baby? There will be a lot of monkeys in the bed.
Seventh Generation. These are another thing I don't have experience with but am so excited to try. I recently got a bundle of their new diapers, wipes, coconut skin care line (diaper cream, shampoo, and lotion), as well as their baby laundry detergent and stain remover. I love their natural approach to diapers and skin care and am thrilled to give them a test run once baby arrives. 

Ollie Gray bra. Okay I don't have this bra in my possession yet, but I pre-ordered two. They are spendy little suckers at $63 a pop, but I am already pretty convinced that they will be worth it. I plan to wear the black one when I am in labor and I also ordered a nude one for wearing under my clothes once babe arrives. It was designed by a former Lululemon designer, and they work as both a pump bra and a nursing bra. Heck yes! I've been wearing sports bras for the majority of my pregnancy and think this style will feel really comfortable.
Nuna Pipa carseat. I went back and forth between the Chicco Keyfit 30 and the Nuna Pipa. It all came down to a) the Pipa being the lightest carseat on the market and b) the Pipa just generally being more stylish (in my opinion). Also having an incredibly high safely rating goes without saying (Obvi #1 priority is safety). Why not have a carseat you really love? All the heart eyes for the Pipa.

There are heaps of other products I am obsessed with, but I'll split them into another "Baby Must Have" list later. :-)



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