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One of our most common questions via email is from expectant parents and they all ask the same thing: “What do I register for?” We’ve heard it from new and veteran moms and to be honest we wonder it, too! With so many new and long standing companies creating  innovative products, keeping up with it all can be daunting! We’re teaming up with Cricket’s Circle today to share our must have registry list! Did you know that there are SIXTY-EIGHT popular baby bottles on the market today? 68. Cricket’s Circle narrows each registry item to a top three popular choices and even gives you the pros and cons to each. Here’s our picks!
cricketscircleMustela PhysiObebe: Are you sick of us talking about Mustela yet? Sorry we’re not done! It really is the very best. We love this product because if you want to wash down a baby without doing a full bath this is the product for you. I love having this on hand for vacation, camping or any other place that bathing might not be AS easy to get to.

Honest Hand Sanitizer: Have you read what’s in your normal hand sanitizer? It’s frightening and it contains chemicals we definitely don’t want on our hands or our children’s! That’s why we love Honest’s Hand Sanitizer! It’s safe, really light and easy to spray. Spray down stroller carts, carousel rides, airplane seats etc. No surface is safe!

Boon’s Naked Collapsible Tub: Boon is known for it’s flawless design and their tub is no different. It is collapsable which makes it easy to store, which if you’ve ever had a bulky bath tub you know is important!

Ubbi Steel Diaper: We love this pail. It’s sleek design makes it a beautiful and functional fixture in any nursery. You might consider a diaper pail to be an unnecessary item, but changing 6-7 diapers a day in a small space? You need this.

Keekaroo Changing Pad: This is a new product that Jenna loves!  It was a new purchase for her with baby #3 and she has LOVED it. It’s so soft and cozy for their newborn tiny bodies and easily wipes off when they pee everywhere!! Less laundry is key. Love love love this one.

Pamper’s Swaddlers: Gasp. You might be surprised to hear that we prefer these for our tiniest babes. Between the three of us we’ve tried them ALL. Nope, not the most eco-friendly and for sure not as cute as some, but they hold in even the most disastrous blow-outs and are ultra soft. As babies get older moving to more eco friendly options is so great, but Swaddlers are our pick for newborn babes.

Ergobaby Carrier: A carrier is crucial for any new mom, especially a mom of multiple children! It’s the only way to ever have two hands! Cotton or jersey wraps are great in the beginning for their tiny bodies but as they get bigger Ergo is a must!

MamaRoo: If you’re on the Internet at all you’ll know the MamaRoo is a favorite amongst Moms. With all it’s adjustable settings it’s pretty much the Cadillac of baby swings. Worth every penny!

The Honest Company Laundry Pods: Changing our laundry detergent to items with less toxins has been something on our minds and this is how to do it! Love this product and love that it is safe for the whole family and you aren’t sacrificing that deep quality clean you might think you get with harsher ingredients.

What items would you add to our registry must haves? Check out Cricket’s Circle if you need more ideas, we are loving its easy navigations and searchable registries. We never get tired of hearing what products our favorite celebrities love and Cricket’s Circle is overflowing with them!


  1. Allison:
    on May 26, 2015 at 8:23 am said:

    I didn’t like having to turn off a lamp and try to walk back through the dark to the door, so I got an outlet adapter that has a light switch style receiver that I mounted next to the light switch. When I leave the room I could use that instead. Bonus, now that my son is 2.5, I moved it lower so he can turn it on and off himself. I just mounted it to the wall with the 3M removable strips. I have been giving one of those to friends now for their showers.

    I have to say that I had the Boon bathtub and did not like it. It has a slippery bottom to it, so my son just slid down whenever we tried using it. Also, you need to pull out the leg a bit in order to fold it down. My husband wasn’t aware of this and just tried to push it down and broke the tab that holds it in place. We super glued it back together, but had to keep the leg folded out so we didn’t break it again. We received it as a gift, so didn’t bring it back, but I would not recommend it myself to anyone else.

  2. Shara Cochrane:
    on May 26, 2015 at 10:03 am said:

    I am a first time mom and this is a great list. I can’t wait to look into these items and add them to our registry. Thanks for the recommendations.

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