5 baby registry must-haves for expecting parents who live in small spaces, according to a mom-to-be
- When my partner and I found out we were expecting our first child while living in a small one-bedroom apartment, we knew we had to get crafty.
- A baby shower is an amazing opportunity to get a bunch of items you'll need when you bring your baby home. But when you live in a small space, it's essential to do some research first.
- Picking a mini crib on wheels over a bassinet that will last only a few months provides flexibility to move baby around the apartment.
- How many stuffed animals can one newborn receive? I suggest setting up a savings account for this new babe before the baby shower.
If you have ever heard someone say "a baby doesn't need much at the beginning" - they are lying.
As a new parent living and working in New York City, one thing you are always lacking is space, and your space is cut down even more when you have a baby. When my partner and I found out we were expecting our first child while living in a small one-bedroom apartment, we knew we had to get crafty. Through the whole process of researching and shopping and then setting up my baby registry, I realized that I needed to make some major spacing-saving decisions.
A baby shower is an amazing opportunity to get a bunch of essentials that you need when you bring your baby home. The hard part is, what do you actually need - especially if you are looking to save space? Through my research, I found that there are a lot of products out there that have similar functions and narrowed it down to the most practical space-saving items to add to my baby registry.
These five products will help you save space when you bring your baby home.
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