Check Out These Splurge-Worthy Baby Products
Planning and preparing for your soon-to-be baby can drive just about any expectant parent crazy. There are pediatricians to be found, birth plans to be written, and, of course, baby products to be purchased. If you’re in the process of putting together your registry or making your baby-product shopping list you might be feeling a little overwhelmed. Not only do you have to decide what your baby really needs, but you also have to decide how much you are willing and able to spend. While most parents are on a budget, there are some items worth splurging on if you’ve got the cash. Check out this list of splurge-worthy baby products and see for yourself!
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A Hands-Free Breast Pump
If you plan to breastfeed, chances are you’re going to find yourself pumping at some point and, when you do, being able to pump hands free and move around freely will be a real bonus. Luckily there are several new pumps on the market that allow true mobility while pumping like the Willow Wearable Breast pump. Start saving early, though. The Willow, plus necessary accessories, is around $500.
Somewhere Stylish to Sleep
While most parents think of a crib as just somewhere for baby to sleep, other see it as a piece of stylish furniture that has the power to help create a very classy nursery. If you’re into home decorating and have no issue dropping some serious cash on a crib, check out this mid-century crib from West Elm ($599) or this Webster convertible from Serena and Lily ($898).
A Layette Fit for Royalty
Most babies go through a number of outfit changes everyday as they tend to drool, spit up on, and dirty just about everything they wear. If you plan to dress your babe like a little price or princess though, there’s nowhere better to shop for their clothing than Pepa and Co, the store that Kate Middleton dresses her tots from frequently. Pepa and Co. has all sorts of adorable clothing with a basic onesie costing around $35 all the way to a custom made christening gown that will set you back around $1000.
A High End Stroller
If you plan to spend a lot of time strolling your new babe around town (and have some serious cash) the Mima Xari stroller ($1524.99) comes highly recommended. This stroller, with a rose gold frame and luxe white exterior offers as smooth and stylish a ride as they come!
A Night Nanny
While you won’t be able to shop for a night nanny online, many celebrities and royals employ night nannies to help them get through the fog of the newborn days. If you’ve got the cash and are willing to let someone else help you with everything but nursing during the night, a night nanny might be the most worthwhile splurge of all. Night nannies vary in costs from city to city, with estimates ranging from $30 per hour to over $100 per hour.