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5 Better Baby Registry Options

alternative baby registry

File this under: Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Pregnant.

We told you before how there were better options for in-store baby registries, but we’ll go one step further: Why settle for just one or two stores?

There are many online registry sites that allow you to add items from any store in the world — from Babies R Us to Etsy — and some even include college fund donations, charity donations and babysitting time (perfect for subsequent pregnancies)!

Take a look at 5 alternative baby registry options beyond the registry gun:


  • MyRegistry.com 1 of 5
    MyRegistry.com
    You can add items from any store in the world, as well as shop their extensive Baby Store for top brands like Stokke, Britax, Skip Hop, etc. You also get free customizable ecards and the ability to register for cash gifts.
  • TheThingsIWant.com 2 of 5
    TheThingsIWant.com
    Love online shopping? You can add any item from any web site to your online registry, share the list with your friends and even add it to your blog.
  • BabyLi.st 3 of 5
    BabyLi.st
    The newest baby registry on the block, BabyLi.st works with any online store -- including Amazon and Etsy. It's one of the easiest to read, easiest to use, and specializes specifically in baby registries.
  • Wishpot.com 4 of 5
    Wishpot.com
    Not only can you create a baby registry from any store, but you can also include donations, college fund contributions and price drop alerts. You can also prioritize your list and get a simple widget for your blog/Facebook.
  • AlternativeGiftRegistry.org 5 of 5
    AlternativeGiftRegistry.org
    Another free gift registry site like the others, but you can also ask for charity donations, babysitting time and even favorite recipes!

1. My Registry

2. The Things I Want

3.BabyList

4. Wishpot

5. Alternative Gift Registry

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