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14 Registry Essentials on Etsy

By Casi Densmore-Koon |

While most of us make a registry for our baby shower, it doesn’t always get used. But it’s always fun when you have a few things left over to buy so you can pick them out yourself. One of my favorite places to shop for unique and one-of-a-kind-items is Etsy. And did you know some are even making baby registries to shop from on the site? Surprisingly they not only have just pretty things, but also lots of great finds for the new baby. Just think of it as a reason to stock on on those baby essentials! And don’t follow those never ending baby registry checklists. After having 4 littles, I can tell you – the list really isn’t as long as you think it is; you only need a few baby essentials to survive. I had to add a few items to the list as extras, just because I couldn’t resist. And well, everyone may have different items on their “essentials” for baby list. However, there are a few must-haves on all new moms’ lists.

Here are 14 etsy finds you can check off your registry list!

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Check These 14 Items Off Your Registry From Etsy

Burp Cloths

These come in handy, for so many reasons.
Buy a set of Chenille Burp Cloths from The Paisley Moon

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Casi Densmore-Koon

Casi Densmore-Koon is the founder and editor of cupcakeMAG, and cupcakeMAG Littles, ringleader of her five kids under ten, and her darling hubs. When she isn’t writing, interviewing celebs, and styling clients, you can find her reading the “weeklies,” wishing she had a nanny, and chasing after her little ones! Read bio and latest posts → Read Casi's latest posts →

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