Baby Registry Checklist

Planning for a new baby is always fun, I had so much fun going to the baby store and scan everything I need for the baby. Again how I always Draft out of a list before I go to the store and building up the registry from there . Having a list handy will help you to choose all important items you need for your registry and if you forget just go back to you list and make sure everything is selected , and if you forget something on the list that you draft out I’m sure once you see it at the store it will remind you to selected. I may not have everything in this list , but everything I listed below was the most important items I need to prepare for the baby. 

Baby Registry Checklist


  1. Breast pump (Some insurance provide you with this you have to call your insurance 2 month or 1 month prior giving birth , if not you can borrow from the hospital , I rather have my own )
  2. Nipple Cream , Disposable breast pads or washable whichever you prefer.
  3. Breastmilk storage bags
  4. Bottle feeding 4 oz, 6 -8 oz
  5. Bottle brushes
  6. Sterilizer
  7. Bottle warmer
  8. Drying rack


  1. Diaper (Range of Sizes)
  2. Wipes
  3. Diaper bags
  4. Changing pads + Changing pads sheet
  5. Diaper pail
  6. Diaper cream

Bathing/ Health

  1. Baby bathtub
  2. Baby towel
  3. Washcloth
  4. Baby soap/ Shampoo
  5. Lotion cream, baby oil prefer mineral oil
  6. Nail clipper
  7. Thermometer
  8. Boogie Sucker + Baby saline water

Baby Gear

  1. Car seat
  2. Stroller
  3. Infant Swing
  4. Baby Carrier
  5. Portable playpen


  1. Crib Bassinet – Some playpen provide a bassinet they come in handy instead of having the extra furniture
  2. Changing table
  3. Rocking chair
  4. Night light
  5. Soundbub infant soother
  6. Blankets
  7. Crib sheets
  8. Mobile


  1. Baby monitor
  2. Baby gates
  3. Outlet covers

Oh and if you missed something from your registry use your gift cards that you received from your baby shower to purchase those items 

Happy Planning

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