My Baby Registry

By: Cassy Joy

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I hope you enjoy my Baby Registry! It covers the preliminary decisions we've made for baby gear, clothing, feeding, nursery, bath, health, toys, diapering, and ideas for mom. Our goal was to try to stay somewhat minimal and also toxic material-free, where possible. I hope you enjoy! I'll be sure to keep this list updated with personal experience after she arrives (expected January 13, 2018).

Last update: April 18, 2018 when baby girl was 11 weeks old! I've only left comments on items that we have really used. For all others that she hasn't used yet (like her crib, ha!), I'll update on when we've had some experience.

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Pregnancy (and I'm sure parenthood) is a LOT like building a muscle. Slowly, over time, you build your weighty “a dependent life is directly impacted” decision-making muscle. Pregnancy starts off with mini decisions that FEEL like big ones. Just like a workout, those decisions get bigger and more important as your muscle to make them strengthens. My biggest, “oh my gosh I'm sore” decision making muscle exercise in my 1st and 2nd trimesters revolved around this registry. Goodness gracious, I had a LOT to learn and (what felt like) endless decisions to make.

Are we going to cloth diaper? If so, when and with what? 

How much does organic matter? 

Which companies can we trust? 

What ARE the US safety standards compared to products made elsewhere? 

Where is a reasonable stance (for us) between eco-friendly and practical products?


After reading more manuals and reviews than I can count, I finally started to chip away at our baby registry. I put SO MUCH thought into this registry (in the spirit of complete honesty) really because I wanted my husband to have the resource should anything ever happen to me. I hope that comes across how I intend. It's not that I *expect* anything bad to happen, but on the off-chance, I'd rather him have a list of answered questions and resources so he's not left wondering what I would or would not have voted for our baby girl.

Our registry or list of “pre-decisions” is a whittled-down list of baby stuff options from the OCEAN of products available on the market right now. Of course, all we really need are each other, a baby, good health (praise), something to cover her bottom, something to cover her body, and something to cart her around in the car. So much of the rest can be seen as extra or nice-to-haves, which is exactly our perspective. I'm a maximizer at heart. I want to maximize efficiencies as much as possible. Surrounding ourselves with what we need, what makes the most sense with regard to safe-for-baby materials, and what will help us guide this little human through her first precious years of life.

I hope you find my registry helpful and that it empowers you as you whittle-down the endless list of baby stuff options out there. If you're feeling overwhelmed, know that you are NOT alone. Research until you're happy, make a decision that resonates with YOU, and move on to your next to-do. We can always call an audible down the line when we learn (with experience) what will serve our individual little ones best.

Note for my TRULY minimalist friends: I've BOLDED the items below that I would consider absolutely essential. The non-bolded items are all nice-to-haves. I plan to revisit this list with updates in the future as we've got more practice using everything!

Where I registered: I registered on Baby List! It's a neat service that allows you to link to (essentially) any website. This way, you're not juggling multiple lists and can have a little more freedom as you find products from other small shops.


  • Cybex Cloud Q Infant Car Seat – I probably did the more research on car seats than anything else, mostly because the options are vast. I loved this seat because of the added safety features and the fact that it will lay flat (when not clicked into the car seat base) so that baby can sleep on the go in a reclined position. We LOVE this car seat so much. The lay-flat feature is fabulous for when we're out and Gray is in a deep snooze – we just recline it so that she's not napping while sitting up. My husband loves to show off the car seat's features, especially the front base foot and the side impact bars. I
  • Cybex Priam Fram with All Terrain Wheels – this is our main stroller base and it's awesome! Very minimalistic and easy to use. It will work with our carseat and the clip-in stroller seat below. We LOVE this stroller!! This may sound a little weird, but it drives like a nice car. Truly. Turns easily with one hand, provides plenty of storage (for me), and is light enough to carry over steps if necessary. Note that I also recently purchased this bag hook and I LOVE it! They no longer carry the exact frame we have, but I've linked a similar one!
  • Cybex Priam 2-in-1 Light Seat – this is the stroller seat we got for walking use around the neighborhood trail or for when she outgrows her infant car seat. It clicks into the same base above and converts from a bassinet into a toddler-friendly seat. Note you can grab both the Priam Frame (all terrain) and the Lux Seat as a discounted package HERE. We've only used this seat in the bassinet configuration, but it's awesome. Gray gets some great naps in here while we're on our walks!
  • Nuna Rava Convertible Car Seat – my sister-in-law recommended that I go ahead and register for a convertible car seat off the bat. We'll use this when she outgrows the infant seat.
  • Brica Seat Guardian – this simple product was on the wish list of my hubby. It goes onto the car's seat BEFORE the car seat base. It helps to protect the car's seat from wear seen by the car seat base, dropped food, and kicking feet. We have ours installed and, so far, I'm really glad we have it!
  • Lotus Bassinet Kit + Crib Bundle – this is our version of a “pack n' play” for those who are familiar. It folds up SMALL (you can wear it as a backpack) and has awesome features as it transitions from a bassinet to a true crib. The side unzips so that babies can crawl in/out (of the crib option) or so that moms can lay down and comfortably nurse.
  • Fisher-Price Swing – just about every parent we know has one of these swings and loves them! They will rock baby and provide entertainment while you (mom or dad) have your hands free for a moment. We keep this swing in our living room and Gray loves it! Funny enough, she likes it best when it doesn't swing …but it's nice having a seat for her in the living room so Austin and I can eat our dinner while she gazes at the fun birds above her!
  • BabyBjorn Bouncer in Organic Cotton – this is the seat we plan to bring with us to the gym! Baby can self-sooth and grow with this seat into toddlerhood. We JUST broke into this bad boy and I'm sad we didn't do it sooner. SO FUN! Gray can sit up in a minimal bouncy style chair while she watches me cook. We also bring it to my parent's house for her to sit in during mealtime. 
  • Highchair – Stokke Tripp Trapp ($$$) is the main highchair we decided on for our house. We love that it will convert as she continues to grow. We've also heard wonderful reviews from other parents about how easy they are to clean (spray them down and you're done). If the Tripp Trapp is out of scope, check out THIS ONE ($) from Ikea. I've heard good things about it as well.
  • Highchair Attachments – if you go for the Stokke, make sure you register for a Tray, Baby Set, and Cushion.
  • HALO Swivel Bassinet – we haven't officially decided on our sleeping plans, but this is already set up in our bedroom. We also got this Newborn Insert and these Organic Cotton Fitted Sheets (2 of them). I like this bassinet because it will actually fit over the bed a bit so she can be really close to me. One side also collapses (when you want it to) so that I can easily reach in and grab her for feeding. SO, she's spent maybe 10 hours in here total …but in a few weeks, I'm going to transition her there. The bassinet has been hanging out in our room, but Gray has been (safely) in our bed so far. I still love this peace and think it'll be a great way to transition her from our bed to hers. 
  • Snuggle Me Organic Baby Bed – this came highly recommended by friends who chose to co-sleep! I love the materials used to make this bed. It's great for newborn to 6 months.
  • DockATot Deluxe+ – this also came highly recommended! Though I think the Snuggle Me Organic would be ideal for those wanting to co-sleep, this DockATot is loved for being a portable crib and lounger for baby. We'll likely use ours in the living room or for when we travel and want a safe space to place her (with observation, of course). We also opted for the DockATot Toy Arch, Toy Set, Transport Bag, and Cover (to help make cleanup/washing even easier). This is where she currently sleeps! We have it nestled between us and she sleeps like ….a baby. The first night I put her in here, she slept for a miraculous 5.5 hours …and I wish I'd done it sooner. Love how portable this is! I also love that we can easily wash the cover. 
  • Inglesina Fast Table Chair – this is also known as a “lobster” chair. I did a good amount of research digging into chairs that will clean easily AND that will fit on a thicker (3″) table. This one fit the bill! It comes in a number of colors and we plan on this being our main chair when we go to my parents each week. She's still too young to sit in here, but I'm excited about the day we can use it!

Note: I would consider *some* kind of sleeper that you can keep in your bedroom as essential (would be bolded) while your little one is a newborn and not quite ready for their crib. I didn't bold the bassinet or the snuggle-me organic above, because you could reasonably choose one or the other 


My carrier game plan is to try several! I know that some are best for tiny babies and other great for when they're a bit older. These are the ones I included in my registry:

  • Ergobaby Carrier – I really wanted this carrier for Austin (my husband). All our friends say that this is the most dude-friendly carrier. My husband loves this carrier the most! 
  • Sakura Bloom Ring Carrier – I know some folks who absolutely love the ring carrier! I'm excited to give it a try.
  • Baby K'tan Carrier – a few of my friends were frustrated by the wrap carriers and preferred this one. It secures in place with fewer steps, but offers a similar soft/secure carry.
  • Solly Baby – I just adore these wraps and have a couple of them on hand for baby! I find myself gravitating for this carrier when I'm just working around the house. I've gotten pretty good at putting it on and like how I can adjust it depending on how she wants to be held (head down or out).
  • Boppy Comfy Fit Carrier – this one is a good mix of the Ergo and the Solly! I REALLY like it.


Like the carriers, I wanted to have several options on hand so we can figure out what works best for our little one!

  • The Ollie Swaddle – I've heard wonderful things about this swaddle! This swaddle is awesome!! The velcro makes it so that she can stay snug in a swaddle all night.
  • HALO SleepSack Swaddle (in newborn) We never used this! She slept with us for so much of your younger days that she outgrew the newborn Halo Swaddle.
  • ADEN + ANAIS Swaddle Blankets – I know parents who just love these, so I registered for a couple sets of 4. They can be used as swaddling cloths, cover ups, light blankets, etc. I plan to always have at least one in our bag! These are a MUST. We use them daily. For blankets, swaddles, or even wiping up a bit of spit! I think we own 12+ blankets and we use them all regularly! 
  • Margaux & May Organic Muslin Swaddle Blankets – I registered for a set of these to have on hand, too. Love these swaddle blankets, too! 
  • A Multi-Use Cover – there are a number of them out there. This one by Copper Pearl looks pretty great! It can act as a carseat cover, nursing blanket, scarf, etc. This is a must-have. We were especially thankful for it when we went to the pediatrician's office while she was tiny! It kept her concealed in her carseat.
  • Woolino Baby Sleep Sack – I've heard great things about this merino wool sleep sack. This is still hanging in her closet, but I KNOW we'll use it.
  • LANACare Organic Wool Baby Blanket
  • ADEN + ANAIS Dream Blanket This blanket is SO lovely. Nice and thick! Works great when we push her around in the stroller.
  • Floor Baby Blanket – what we'll put down in our living room and what we'll likely take with us when we travel. LOVE this blanket!! We use it ALL the time for tummy time or just hanging out on the floor.


If your friends and family are like mine, the majority of your baby gifts will be adorable pieces of clothing! As such, I really only registered for everyday basics.


Though I do plan to share a dedicated post on our actual experience, our initial thoughts are to lean on disposable while she's a newborn and then we'll transition to cloth (all-in-ones) when she's about 10 pounds. We will then reconsider our stance once she starts to walk as there are some emerging studies correlating healthy hip development with diaper bulk. Stay tuned!

  • Smart One 3.1 by SmartBottoms – these are just the all-in-ones (AIO) we've settled on but there are a BUNCH of options out there. We also have some Thirsties All-in-Ones. Gray is still in pretty small disposable diapers, so we haven't switched to cloth yet! I'll be sure to update as soon as I've got some experience here.
  • Bambo Nature Disposable Diapers – I registered for a set in newborn (size 1) in addition to a stock of sizes 2 and 3. I love these diapers! No complaints. I love that they're made with safer ingredients and, even though there's no wetness line, we have had no issues determining when she's dirty or wet.
  • Water Wipes – these will be our primary wipes as the ingredients are most simple and benign! I'm actually not a huge fan of the texture of the water wipes and instead loved THESE “Bets & Emy Wipes.” They're also essentially a water wipe, but have a bit more texture – making them easier to use when cleaning dirty bums. 
  • Honest Wipes – we plan to have these on hand if we decide that we want to employ a wipe with a bit more scrubbing power. I don't need these now that I found the Bets & Emy!
  • Wet Bag Roll from OH BABY! – we plan to keep these on us for wrapping up our used diapers and dirty cloths while out. These are handy!
  • Gerber 3-Ply Prefold Cloth Diapers – though we don't anticipate using these to diaper our daughter, I do want them as burp cloths. We use these ALL THE TIME. I think I must have 10 of them scattered around our house at all times. They're great burp cloths.
  • Ubbi Steel Diaper Pail – after a bunch of research on diaper pails, this is where we landed! Their reviews tout that they really lock in any odors and are easy to use. We actually got 2 of them so that one could be for our laundered diapers (cloth) and the other for wipes/trash or used disposables. We still love these pails! I have zero complaints. I do think that they do a great job of keeping odors contained! 
  • A Diaper Bag for Mom (this is the one I have ($), but this one ($$$) is also neat!) I LOVE my diaper bag!! 
  • A Diaper Bag for Dad – Austin loves his Dad bag.


  • PRIMO EuroBath – this one adapts for both an infant and toddler. When this bath showed up in the mail, it was MUCH bigger than we anticipated. It's too big to use in a sink and will have to be used in a tub. We kept it because we think we'll use it in the future, but instead opted for this Boon Bath Tub. It's small enough to fit over our kitchen sink (where we like to bathe her right now) and has a handy temperature reader.
  • Wood Step Stool – makes a great gift that they can use when they're older!
  • Bath Toy Organizer
  • Hook Shelving – for little hoodie towels, ours is installed and it replaced our standard towel rack.
  • Bath Accessories – I just loved this soap dispenser, toothbrush cup, and trash can. We opted for gray.
  • Hoodie Towels – I registered for 3. Love these!!
  • Critter Wrap – they're just so cute and make great gifts.
  • Dr. Bronner's Baby Unscented Soap – I wanted 3 bottles to keep in stock. – I actually started alternating between this Beautycounter Baby Soap (a liquid) and this Goat's Milk Baby Soap (a bar) from Primally Pure. I found that these two options dry her skin out much less.
  • Natural Baby Bath Sponge I haven't used this yet! I just use the washcloths to bathe her. I find the cloths easier for getting in all her little wrinkles and between tiny toes.
  • Bamboo Baby Washcloths
  • Infrared Temperature Gun – I'll be honest, I thought my husband was joking when he showed me this “temperature gun.” It shoots a laser into water and gives a digital reading of the temperature. I was like, “hun, I'm sure we'll be able to tell if the water is too hot for her.” THEN, we tested ourselves (ideal temp is somewhere between 90, but under 100 F) and got HOOKED on this little gun! I love it. Use it all the time and highly recommend.



  • Primally Pure Baby Powder – though we haven't decided if we're going to use a powder at all, this is the talc-free kind we're keeping on hand just in case. Note also that this Primally Pure Baby Kit is a great gift option for safer skincare conscious expectant parents. I've used this powder just about 2 times, to see if we liked it, and really haven't had a need for it so far! If we do need a baby powder, I'll still use this one. Also, to avoid the risk of inhalation, we applied the powder to the clean diaper FIRST (and aways from baby).
  • Beautycounter Baby – for safer options for a Calming Diaper Rash Cream, Daily Protective Balm, and Baby Oil. This “Ultimate Baby Collection” is a great option for a gift as it even includes a great diaper bag! I still love all these products!! She had some dry skin at first and the baby oil helped. We'd apply it after her (about once weekly) bath on her legs.
  • Natural Baby Brush & Comb Set – I like that this one also includes a cradle cap brush. The cradle cap brush was helpful! She had a little cradle cap (looked like dandruff) and it helped scrub a bit with a little olive oil. I also love the soft brush for her fine hair.
  • Baby Toothbrush – though we won't use it for a little while, I want to have these on hand.
  • BioGaia ProTectis Drops with Vitamin D – I know moms who will add a drop to their nipples before breast feeding as a way to administer to their infant. I need to do a bit more research on frequency we'll administer, but I have them on hand for the time being. I stopped using these and started REALLY supplementing myself. I'm not advocating for any one thing and be sure you talk to your doctor for the best direction. This article was helpful for me!
  • Fridababy Nail Clipper Set – the emery board I'll take with us to the hospital to help gently trim her newborn nails.
  • Fridababy NoseFrida Nasal Aspirator – this is a replacement for the classic bulb and every parent I know swears by this gadget. Just make sure you don't run out of filters! 😉
  • Digital Thermometer – we opted for a classic thermometer so that the temperature would be more accurate (vs. a forehead thermometer).
  • Badger Baby Balm – to have on hand if we need it!
  • Babyganics Alcohol-Free Foaming Hand Sanitizer – we'll keep this on hand in diaper bags and around the house for use, especially when we have visitors who want to hold our newborn. 
  • Fragrance-Free Laundry Detergent – in some irony, finding a truly squeaky-clean detergent is tricky. Most contain some kind of additive that I would be less than excited about applying directly to my skin. Most of what we wash our clothes in washes off …save for fragrances, which can transfer to the skin. If you find a fragrance-free detergent you like, I'm of the “it's close enough” mindset – but you choose what's right for you! Biokleen and Babyganics are a couple options that are readily available. If you'd like a “cleaner” version that requires a bit of work to use, I recommend Branch Basics (the concentrate + oxygen boost). 



  • Crib! Considering the amount of time our little one will spend in the crib, we wanted to make sure that we have one made with minimal toxins. We ultimately decided on this Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Crib ($$) that comes with the toddler conversion kit. The Oeuf Sparrow ($$$) was also on our list. If those two are out of the question, check to see if iKea brought back the Sniglar crib. It's at around the $100 mark and is (supposedly) made with unfinished beech. Unfortunately at the time of my writing this, it's not available in their online store.
  • Crib Mattress – we got the pure core non-toxic Babyletto mattress ($$) that comes with a dry waterproof cover, but this Oeuf Organic ($$$) is a good option, too!
  • Hanging Clothing Dividers – these help us organize all the sweet clothing gifts baby received! These are so handy for organizing her closet!
  • Baby-Size Hangers I am SO glad we got these!! They work great for her tiny clothes.
  • Hatch Baby Rest Night Light & Sound Machine – like so many gadgets, we may or may not use this, depending on the needs of our little one …but we're grateful to have it on hand. I like that it pairs with our phones and that we can have it emit yellow-toned lights at night (blue lights stimulate cortisol).
  • Nest Cam Indoor Security Camera – we're planning on this camera for our primary baby monitor! We also ordered a couple Fire HD 8 Tablets so that we can run them as a dedicated monitor (vs. having to log into the app on our phone). Note that the Fires need to be “side loaded” to work how we're planning. This camera will be installed permanently in the nursery. We love our nest! Gray doesn't spend much time in her room right now, but it's fun watching Gus in there whenever we're gone. 🙂
  • Samsung Wisenet Baby Monitor – we're also going to make use of this monitor for whenever we want to keep an eye on our daughter when she's not in the nursery: like when she's napping in the bassinet in our bedroom or when we're traveling to see family.
  • Oeuf Organic Crib Sheets – I got the advice to register for 3 crib sheets, which is what I did!
  • Basic Organic HALO Bassinet Sheet – for use while she's in a bassinet, before we transfer her to her crib.
  • Hamper – I like to have two hampers so I can pre-separate light and dark clothes.
  • Oeuf Eco-Friendly Chaning Pad – this one fits our dresser/changing table perfectly and I love that it's made without toxic materials.
  • Oeuf Organic Changing Pad Cover
  • Wool Moisture Barrier for Crib, Bassinet (if you have one of this size), and Changing Table – I've heard rave reviews about this exact wool barrier by Holy Lamb Organics! This works great!



For those of you who prefer a visual shop, here's a clickable version of my baby registry! Note that this does not include all the products mentioned above, just the ones I could find with the program I use to bring you these handy boutiques. I hope you find it helpful!


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  1. Meaghan says:

    This list is amazing! As a mom to a one year old, I have two suggestions (for what they’re worth). First, I liked the Burt’s Bees burp clothes better than cloth diapers – they’re thicker and really catch all the baby spit up that will be coming your way shortly 🙂 so if you have a really spitty baby, check them out! Second, we also use the Nest cam as our baby monitor. We love it BUT if your internet goes out, it also goes out and your device will shut down, closing the app. Therefore we also have a sound-only monitor (we have the cheap v-tech one) as back-up so that we never have to worry about missing him. We also take this one with us when we travel – it’s super light and as he’s gotten older we worry less and less about being able to see him.

    Good luck with your delivery and the newborn stage! As someone who had to have a c-section due to a breech baby (not my original plan…), I love your flexible attitude to all of this! It’s so important to be able to go with the flow. The newborn stage is so hard but so precious and it goes by so fast. Enjoy your time off!

  2. Lindsay says:

    Love this! I’m not having kids yet but plan to in the next year or two and have already began my research so we have an idea of how much to save for our first baby. We plan to do all organic clothes at first too. How long are you planning to use organic clothes/blankets for? I haven’t done too much research but at the moment am thinking only organic clothes for at least the first 6 months of life.

    1. Cassy says:

      Same! First 6 months for sure, then I’m sure I’ll give into other cute things 😉

  3. Kahlie says:

    As a mom to a 13 month old, you’ve seriously done SUCH a good job with this!!! You’ve got tons of amazing things on here, but the Ollie swaddle, dockatot, and nose frida are some of our favorites – you will LOVE them. Sending you lots of love and good vibes for a safe and easy delivery! 🙂

    1. Cassy says:

      Thank you so much!!

  4. Mel says:

    Congratulations on your little one!

    we love bambo nature, water wipes, and aden and anais swaddle blankets as well (they make great nursing covers)!

    re: baby monitors, they are high in EMFs, so that’s why we used ours minimally and then actually decided to get rid of it early on in my 2nd son’s life (;

    also, babyganics detergent is rated “F” on ( due to skin allergies/irritations and developmental/reproductive toxicity. We’ve had to go through a lot of research for our sons who have skin issues. Would recommend Molly’s Suds or Country Save, but not sure which other detergents would be best if you cloth diaper.
    All the best to you and your family.

  5. Holly R. says:

    The choices are endless aren’t they!? I have a one year old and you have just about all of our “must haves” on your list! I’m also an avid researcher, haha! I will say that there are a number of things that we got and didn’t care for, wouldn’t purchase again. Which created buyers guilt and a lot of extra stuff. (expensive stuff too, ugh!) Once your babe is here and you are going through the stages can also be the best time to know just what to get and what YOUR baby needs. If I were to add something to your list, I highly recommend the Fisher Price Sit Me Up, we used it in our kitchen for probably 6 months (that’s a long time in “baby time”) and it was a life saver!

    We have the Halo bassinet, rock & play, pack & play, but the one that we absolutely LOVED for sleep….dockatot!

    You are going to be a fantastic Mama, can’t wait to see pics of your little bundle!

    1. Cassy says:

      Thank you so much!

  6. Amanda says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this! Super helpful as I am going through the same process (due in May!) I’ve spent the most time thinking about the mattress since baby will spend so much time there. I’m curious if you considered, or if anyone has experience with, the Newton mattress:

    Best of luck!

  7. Kaci says:

    I have just loved following along with you throughout your pregnancy. It is such an amazing time! I have a 16 month old and our second is on the way (coming this June!). I love your list and am thrilled to see that many of the items are the same as we requested/purchased with our first. If I could recommend one item, the Love to Dream Swaddle was a game changer for us. My daughter loved it! It gives your baby the ability to self soothe because the arms are swaddled in the up position. Can’t wait for your precious little one to arrive!

    1. Lili says:

      Seconding this comment— the love to dream swaddles were the ONLY ones that worked for us because little guy could suck on his hand through the fabric and help self soothe. I’ve actually recommended them to a ton of new mama friends and they’ve only ever gotten rave reviews!

    2. Cassy says:

      Awesome! I’ll look into it!

  8. Brittany says:

    I use and love Molly Suds unscented laundry detergent. It’s great stuff!

  9. Karen says:

    Hi there, I wish you luck with the birth of you daughter, you’re going to be a fantastic Mama to your little Cricket. 🙂

    I do have a question about the Organic Milk formula, just like you, I want my husband to feel good that he can provide for our daughter when I am not around. Especially since I will be going back to work soon.

    What made you decide on this formula? Do you know someone with personal experience from using this formula? Did you go by reviews and rating?

    Thanks for your registry as this was so helpful!

    1. Cassy says:

      I know people with personal experience, it matched what I want nutritionally, and the reviews were the final nail!

  10. Allison says:

    Not sure if you will see this as you’ve had the baby now :). BUT, I am looking for some recommendations on safe, healthy, more natural pregnancy books. Any ideas? I found a few but most are a few years old (2010, 2013) and I’m thinking there might be newer better research since then. Thanks!

  11. Anna says:

    Hi Cassy and team! Thank you so much for sharing. This is so helpful. I think you are so wonderfully educated and can tell you really did a lot of research. I am wondering if you could point me toward some of the reading you did when you first were trying or first were pregnant so that I may educate myself too.

    Thank you!


  12. Tammy says:

    Hi Cassy-
    This list is SO helpful! I’ve looked through so many of these items and I’ll be honest I am freaking out a little bit because many of these items are double or triple the cost of “typical” baby items. What do you feel is the average amount someone should save to buy all this stuff for a baby? My husband and I are talking about starting a family in the next few years but honestly I feel like we will never be able to afford it, especially trying to keep things clean and natural. It’s just a little overwhelming. Thanks for all you do for your community!

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  13. Jessica says:

    Any chance you might have time (after your book is finalized) to go back with updates to this with favorite items you used in Gray’s first year?

  14. Thanks so much for the wonderful well-researched list., Great article.i have been looking for some best baby products for my sister’s baby registry list., these are really a great list with detailed information.. thank you for sharing..Really looking forward to read more.