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Everything You Need To Get Before Baby Arrives – Baby Must Haves

Pregnancy

Everything You Need To Get Before Baby Arrives – Baby Must Haves

Before I had my first baby, my friends insisted I needed ‘so many things’ before I came home with my new bundle of joy. My parents told me I didn’t need to buy anything, that I would get more than enough gifts once I was home.

Who was right? Both sides really. I did get a ton of gifts, especially blankets, onesies and toiletries. Items that I sorely needed like breast feeding accessories, were not represented at all.

After two babies and one on the way, I can better determine what is best to have on hand when baby arrives.

Here is my suggested list of baby must haves – items to have on hand (either purchased yourself, or anticipated as gifts): read the full article and full list here.

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