Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Babies”R”Us and Huggies Canada. As always, opinions are all mine.
Can you believe we are into September already? I am in a little bit of denial as on September 7th my oldest turns 14. I remember his whole pregnancy like it was yesterday. It was one of my best. I had morning sickness, but I was able to deal with it with minor complaints. I had a relatively easy, even though very stressful pregnancy. At 35 weeks pregnant my ex SIL also threw me a baby shower, which was sweet and one of the last times I got to hang out with my grandma before she passed away.
Back in 2003 when I was pregnant for Jordan, we lived close to Babies”R”Us and I went in quite often to get baby items. I also had my first and only baby registry there. I found it easy to add items to my registry, and everyone seemed to follow it which made the gift giving process a lot easier for so many. I also didn’t get doubles of anything except a baby bath tub which I luckily got a gift receipt for so was able to exchange.
The website for Babies”R”Us has changed dramatically since back in 2003. It’s a lot easier to navigate now making it much more user-friendly. You can find a registry and create a registry with the click of one button. Back in 2003, as a first-time mom trying to navigate my way to making my first registry, I had no idea what I was doing. I had a really hard time finding items to add, and identifying what was a necessity instead of a nice to have. Babies”R”Us now lists their top registry items right on their home page of its registry website to help take away the guessing, making it that much easier for you to create your registry!!
Smart phones didn’t exist in 2003, and there was no such thing as an app! Luckily for new moms in 2017, there’s a new Babies“R”Us Registry app, available through iTunes or Google Play, which you can use to create and update your registry for easy access, anytime and anywhere!
Did you know: The registry process can be overwhelming. If you still aren’t sure what exactly you should be adding, or have any questions about the whole process you can have your questions quickly answered by visiting in-store and speaking with a registry expert. It’s an excellent service, and it’s free of charge!
Reserve a personal appointment with a Baby Registry expert who can provide helpful guidance for soon-to-be moms and head online to start your Baby Registry, you can also Download the new Babies“R”Us Registry app, available through iTunes or Google Play, to create and update your registry for easy, on-the-go access!
When you register with Babies“R”Us, you’ll receive a free gift which may include samples and coupons to help give you and baby a happy, healthy start.
Huggies® Little Snugglers Diapers and Natural Care® Wipes are a Must-have for Any Baby Registry!
Often when planning a baby registry things such as diapers and wipes can be forgotten. With the average child having more than 10,000 diaper changes in their lifetime, it’s certainly not an item to be skipped. As most of you are aware I am a Huggies mom and all of my babies since 2003, minus a little short break, wore Huggies. It’s been our brand of choice from the get go!
As the #1 choice of Canadian Hospitals, more and more newborns are being wrapped in the softness and comfort of Huggies® Diapers.
- They include a GentleAbsorb® Liner (Newborn – Size 2) that draws the mess away from
baby’s delicate skin.
- An umbilical cord cut-out (Preemie – Newborn) that is perfectly shaped to protect healing
belly-buttons; and A pocketed waistband that helps keep the mess inside where it belongs.
Huggies® Natural Care Wipes are hypoallergenic, fragrance and alcohol-free and include TripleClean layers that provide a gentle clean for baby’s delicate skin.
If you’re interested in stocking up on Huggies diapers and wipes, Babies“R”Us is hosting its Baby Fest promotion from September 15-21st where Jumbo packs of Huggies Little Snuggers Diapers and Natural Care Wipes will be 40% off! Check in-store and online at www.BabiesRUs.ca for details.
Not sure all the must-haves you should have on your registry? Check out my last post on the subject, here to see many great options of items you’ll need and use!
Did you ever create a registry? Or are you expecting and looking forward to building your own? What is the #1 item you think to add?