The amount of baby gear on the market is overwhelming. It’s hard to distinguish the “must-haves” from the “nice-to-haves” when you’re browsing your favorite baby website or standing in the aisles of Babies R Us. Baby Lists: What to Do and What to Get to Prepare for Baby, a consumer’s guide for expectant parents, provides practical advice on what to buy, why and how much of everything you’ll need.
Baby Lists has practical lists of what to register for, how many onesies and burp cloths to buy, what to pack for the hospital, what questions to ask your prospective pediatrician, what questions to ask babysitters and nannies, and more. Author and baby nurse, Elaine Farber, gives expert advice on how to pick a stroller, bouncy seat, swing, high chair, breast-pump, potty, toys, bath, and much more. Her product suggestions and reviews help narrow down the options and take some of the guesswork out of buying expensive baby gear.
If you’re feeling anxious about what to buy and how to prepare your nursery for baby, you’ll find this book indispensable.
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