As a first-time mom making a baby registry, a lot of your attention may go to the bigger items like car seats, strollers, and cribs. These are the smaller health-related items you might overlook that need to be on your registry that’ll make your life a little easier.
It may seem gross to suck the snot out of your baby’s nose, but it is way more effective than the bulbs the hospital sends you home with.
Cutting your baby’s nails for the first time can be terrifying, but these clippers make it a lot easier with a light that shines on the nail so you can see what you’re doing.
This hand sanitizer is safe, natural, and non-toxic for baby’s skin. Keep it next to your wipes so you can clean your hands after diaper changes.
A lot of moms swear by this book. It offers guidelines for getting your baby on a routine, feeding, and sleeping through the night.
This stuff is great for preventing diaper rash and dry skin.
Since talc is a no-no, cornstarch is a great solution for helping with moisture, friction, and relieving any diaper irritation.
This digital thermometer is for both the ear and forehead.
This is safe for babies starting at 2 weeks. It’s great for getting rid of hiccups and gas, especially in the middle of the night.
A natural chest rub to help your little one breathe when they have a stuffy nose.
All-natural for babies starting at 2 months old.