23
May

Baby Shower Registry

I’ve been getting a lot of baby registry links these days which are really cool. In a previous entry, I explained that these types of registries are similar to wedding ones. The couple adds things they’ll need to prepare for their baby and friends and family can go directly to sites and stores to find exactly what they want. A few sites such as Myregistry.com and ThethingsIwant.com offer couples the option of choosing items from various companies and online stores at one place. Then of course there are more common online registries for Target and Babies “R” Us with contents specifically from their store.

Regardless of which registry you choose, I’ve heard that the process can be overwhelming. One friend told me how shocking it was to find out just how much stuff a little baby needs. For all of you new mommies and daddies in the same boat, check out this article on Pregnancy.com for advice on how to make shopping for your new baby fun and not overwhelming.

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  1. That’s interesting that you have noticed this trend as well.

    At MyEList.co.uk, we have seen a noticeable increase in the flurry of baby shower lists appearing recently too!

    MyEList is a wishlist website, where you can add items to your wishlist from any website, or even just a simple description of what you would like.

    I think the www is making it a lot easier to find the ideal item or tool, for perfecting the details for our special occasions.

  2. Jason says:

    I had no idea how overwhelming this would be until I just spent 3 hours at Babies R Us with my wife today. There are so many choices for things I couldn’t have even imagined.

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