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It can be challenging trying to figure out what you actually need and want on your baby registry as a first-time mom. It’s so easy to get excited about your first baby and wanting to buy everything baby-related. Yet, you honestly don’t need all that much (especially in the beginning).
I was a wee bit excited being pregnant for the first time and registered at 3 different stores. Those stores were Amazon, Target, and Nordstrom. I didn’t really use Nordstrom as much because I found much more affordable items for my friends and family to purchase from on Amazon and Target. But in this particular post, I wanted to go over all of my Target baby registry must-have items.
The one thing I loved about Target versus Amazon’s baby registry was that they were always reliable. I didn’t have to worry about an item randomly disappearing like it did on Amazon.
However, you seriously cannot go wrong with either one of them. And having both Target and Amazon baby registries just makes it easier and more convenient for your friends and family to purchase from so that they aren’t limited to one registry.
Target Baby Registry Must-Haves
If you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out my other post about what to add to your baby registry list here. Before you continue, I wanted to let you know not to focus too much on the specific brands I include in this target baby registry list. But more so the general idea like a baby carrier, infant car seat, convertible car seat, and diapers. I included a variety of brands for some items due to its popularity, my personal recommendations, and high customer reviews.
Pampers Sensitive Wipes (I highly recommend adding a lot of baby wipes on your baby registry because you seriously cannot have too much)
Other Items To Add On Your Baby Registry
Things To Consider
There are a lot of baby items I didn’t include in this post because I didn’t feel like it was essential. Although there are several items on this list that you might not consider essential. Nevertheless, I personally got good use out of everything I included in this baby registry list.
For instance, another baby item you could consider buying is a diaper bag. Whether you decide to go for a diaper backpack or diaper duffel bag is all up to you. The diaper bags I loved and personally went through were the backpack style like this one.
Although this particular Target baby registry list doesn’t have a ton of items like this registry, I sure hope it gave you some insight on what you might want to consider adding to your baby registries. After all, you can’t ever add ‘too many’ baby items because you might need them one day!