Well its so easy to over buy. I did with my first. Bumpers, top and tail bowls, baby hooded towels, extorsionate pram sets... The list goes on... I would give the advice of buying as little as possible before baby is here - bare essentials. Then when you realise you need something (cos you miss not having something) buy it. Hope that helps x
Buy an isofix car seat if your car has isofix. Its a godsend! Also baby jogged bugged are fab... I went through many types of bugged before i came across the baby jogger city mini and the city select! I have both now. The city select is my favourite but the mini is more compact for storage x
Car seat, cot/ bassinet, change table, nappy bag, 10 singlets 10 grow suits 10 undersuits, socks, mittens ,hats ,jumpers , nappies, wipes, cotton balls for bath to wash bub as it more gentle on their skin, dummy (even if u don't want to UAE one best to have one as back up ) breast pads , maternity pads, big bloomers for after u have bub trust me they r amazing =), bedding, muslin wraps , chucky cloths, rocker/swing
If u plan on breasrfeeding I would suggest a boppy. Swing, bouncer, bassinet, bottles, binkies, monitors, diaperbag, car seat, stroller, playpen, floor mat for tummy time, receiving blankets, diaper cream, mylacon, baby Tyleno. I personally loved the sleep sacks til my son was about 6 weeks old. With diapers I bought a box every payday from probably 12 weeks and have a stock pile so iI won't need diapers for awhile
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