Baby Basics

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Baby Essentials

The place to browse for a list of essential new baby products at affordable prices.

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Child Proofing

Offering child safety items, teething aids, nursery accessories and child proofing items. 

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Feeding Baby

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Baby Basics on a Budget

One of the first things you hear when you get pregnant is how expensive babies are. You'd think the little bundles required 24k gold pacifiers and Perrier in their bottles. Don't get us wrong-- there are definitely added expenses with having a child, but there's also plenty of ways we can help to get all of the baby basics-- and all the little extras--on a budget.  Here's My Miracle Baby's answer to how to help with purchasing "Baby Basics on a Budget!"

We have chosen a selection of baby supplies from our economy range of essential baby products that will get you started. You can stock up on bodysuits,
sleepers, bottles, receiving blankets, onesies, bibs, caps and so much more at rock bottom economy prices.

If this is your first baby, the trick is not to purchase too little or too much.  Newborns grow quickly, and very small items will soon be outgrown, so buy bigger rather than smaller. If there is a shower being planned for you, expect to get more newborn clothing than you'll ever use. Take advantage of the opportunity to give well-wishers some guidance. And let us get you going with this simple list of basics.

Baby Basics Checklist

Take Me Home Outfit
Newborn car seat (rear-facing for safety)

Side Snaps Tee Kimonos
Gowns (two or three)
Pants (two or three pairs)
Onesies (two or three)
Footed Coveralls (four to six)
Short-sleeve bodysuits with snaps at the crotch (five to seven)
Sweaters (one or two; more during winter months)
Snowsuit or Bunting (during winter months)
Booties or socks (two to four pairs)
Hats (two or three)
Receiving blankets (three to five)
Crib blankets (two)
Stroller or car seat blanket (heavier than the other blankets)
Diapers (a dozen disposable or a dozen cloth per day for newborns)
Burp cloths (two or three)

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