Baby registries are SO OVERWHELMING. We are having a baby for the first time…and we’re supposed to know what she needs?! Hell if I know! Luckily I found some of the most helpful items through Live Wild Be Well Non-Toxic Baby Registry along with items through friends I follow on instagram. They would link a product they loved in stories and I would save it to add to our registry later. Do I have everything I need on there? Probably not. But that’s why having Amazon at our finger tips these days is a true lifesaver. We’ll figure out the rest along the way!

Hopefully this list helps you build your own baby registry! And if you think I’m missing any MUST HAVE items, please leave a comment in the comment section below!



Baby Shusher

Hatch Baby Night Light

Ubbi Diaper Pail

Parker Baby Diaper Caddy

Wipes Dispenser

Sleep Time

3-in-1 Bedside Bassinet


Snuggle Me Organic Bare Baby Lounger

Meal Time

Tripp Trapp High Chair

Cushion for High Chair

Balm Baby Teething Rescue Kit

Haakaa Milk Teether Relief Toy

Waterproof Baby Bib

Travel Time

Doona Infant Car Seat & Latch Base

UppaBaby Vista 2 Stroller

Carseat Canopy

Parker Baby Diaper Backpack

Solly Baby Wrap

Clean Up Time

Honest Clean Conscious Diapers and Coterie Diapers

Water Wipes

Foldable Baby Bathtub

Mustela Liniment – No-Rinse Baby Cleanser for Diaper Change

Calmoseptine Moisture Barrier Ointment

Farmstead Apothecary 100% Natural Baby Powder

Earth Mama Organic Diaper Balm Multipurpose Baby Ointment

Tubby Todd Everyday Lotion

Fridababy Basics Kit

Tit Time

Spectra S1 Plus Electric Breast Milk Pump

Elvie Double Electric Wearable Smart Breast Pump

Nook Sleep Feeding Pillow

Lansinoh Glass Baby Bottles

Play Time


Skip Hop Baby Activity Center

The Play Gym by Lovevery


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  1. Liz says:

    Hey there!
    Have been following your insta and blog for years! Congrats on baby news! I have a 1.5 year old daughter and I know everyone says it… buttt it’s literally the best thing ever to become a mom.. you don’t know it until she comes!
    On your list, you have all the right stuff… a couple of clutch items for me were (some oddly personal, but no one tells you this stuff)
    1. Nipple cream – earth mama is good stuff
    2. These ice packs to stick in your underwear.. first 7 days postpartum, they’re are such a relief (seems weird, but trust me, esp. since you are planning an unmediated v-birth)
    3. Burp cloths – depends a lot on the baby, but ours was super spitty and spit up quite a lot after every feed… I needed Tonsss of these (until she was 6 months old) and I didn’t have like any when she was born 🤦🏽‍♀️
    4. Nursing tops — but just the simple spaghetti strap ones.. any of the brands on Amazon work, but basically if you are trying to breastfeed, these tops are the easiest things to be in
    5. Haka – silicon catch thing for the non – feeding breast
    6. 7am Lenfant stroller muff – once you hit Denver winter, it’s really nice to have this to go outside and not have to put baby i bunch of layers.. just a sweater and this will keep her warm. (Also the hand warmers for the stroller are quite nice)
    7. Baby pajamas… I weirdly forgot to get these… and most people gift you cute outfits…we had one set of pjs when we came home from hospital (just check you have at least 5 bc they blow through them when they’re really little)
    8. I think others have said it but sleep sacks and swaddles are key — we had the Ollie and the Aden & Anaïs swaddles when she was little, transitioned to Magic Suit at like 3 Mos old, and at 1.5 we still have her in just a regular sleep sack (any brand works, but the swaddles help so much when they are teeny tiny)

    And then you don’t need it now, but if you and Brian decide to travel a bunch with the babe, I would suggest getting a smaller stroller. We have the Vista2 as our everyday one, but for traveling the Minu – right now living in Amsterdam for a year and we have been taking the Minu everywhere (london, Paris, Sicily, Norway, etc)… it’s a game changer to have a reliable stroller that folds down into nothing

  2. Shannon says:

    Saw you post on IG about monitors. I didn’t want a Wi-Fi one either. I’ve had this one for 6 years now and it’s been awesome. Can add more cameras too.

    Infant Optics DXR-8 Video Baby Monitor with Interchangeable Optical Lens

    1. juli says:

      that’s the one my friend sent me and i was thinking about! thank you for sharing!

  3. Andrea says:

    I just saw your Instagram story about not knowing which baby monitor, I did not want a WiFi option either and have similar emf concerns right by my baby’s head. We got the Motorola infant optics dxr8 and it’s been great! I don’t need the option to check it on my phone if I’m home anyways and it has a great picture and audio. We’ve used it for 2 babies now! Best of luck!

    1. Andrea says:

      Also, Little Sleepies pajamas are the best! Double zipper so you can access diaper changes easily and the hands and feet can fold over if you want them covered / uncovered.

    2. juli says:

      thank you so much for sharing!