Your challenge: Bouncers to rockers to play gyms… oh my! You’re tallying up the expenses of everything your soon-to-arrive baby will supposedly need—and it’s starting to feel like saving for college will have to wait.
Your solution: Trust us, there is no need to take out a loan just to cover the costs of baby gear. While there are plenty of items that can fall into the “nice to have” category, there is a much smaller group of products that you’ll find baby (and yourself) really loving as they grow. And with a budget-friendly bundle, you can scoop them all up for the nursery for a steal.
A place to play: Set Set your baby up for tummy time triumph from the very beginning with an engaging, development-stimulating play gym. You may be entranced by their sweet coos, but your little brainiac will appreciate having a place to help develop hand-eye coordination and cause-and-effect reasoning skills.
A place to observe: Hard as it may be to put baby down, there are things to get done—and your little one will love the chance to watch you in action from nearby. Give them a sweet space to take in the world (or living room) around them with a bouncer that’s sure to keep them content while you tackle and item or two from that to-do list.
A place to snooze: New parenthood is not particularly conducive with keeping a tidy house. So, when you’re tight on space for all those clothes that haven’t been put away from the laundry, you’ll feel oh-so thankful that baby’s sleep space isn’t taking up half of the room. Enter: a perfectly cozy, portable bassinet.
Pro tip: It’s a lot easier to bring items into your home as you need them rather than get them all before the baby is born and suddenly feel like your space and budget is tight. Start here!
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The milestones presented are averages. Any questions you may have about your child's development should be shared with his or her doctor.
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