Top Baby Registry Must-Haves
For new moms, creating a baby registry may seem like fun at first but then can turn into a daunting task. With so many different baby items and options for each, where do you begin? Most people know the basics (clothes, diapers, etc.) but what about everything else? We broke it down to our top 10 must-haves to help new moms in creating their registry list. Stroller and Car Seat Combo Of course you need a car seat and you will want a stroller but make sure to get the travel system. With the travel system, the car seat slides out of its base and snaps right into the stroller and vice versa. This is perfect for when you’re running errands or taking your little one for a walk around the neighborhood. The last thing you want to do is wake your baby and this combo makes transitioning from car to stroller unnoticeable! Our favorite: The Baby Jogger City Mini Stroller and Graco SnugRide Click Connect Car Seat, Buy Buy Baby. Smart Connect Rocker This rocker offers soothing music and an automated rocking and vibrating motion. Just use your smart device to connect and give your hands a break. This rocker also folds together making it easy to transport. Our favorite: Fisher Price Deluxe Sleeper Smart Connect, Amazon. Secure-a-toy Whether it is a pacifier or a toy, you will need to secure it to whatever your baby is sitting in. Instead of constantly bending over to pick up the most recently dropped item from your baby’s hands, secure it to his/her chair, stro...
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Vinod K. Rustgi
NORMAN GITLIN, MD, FRCP (LONDON), FRCPE (EDINBURGH), FAASLD, FACP, FACG
CLINICS IN LIVER DISEASE
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