We were planning on putting smaller but necessary items on our registry— onesies, swaddles, bottles, etc. but decided to add the big ticket items as well.
We thought, if someone wants to shell out $500+ on a stroller, who were we to stop them? Less to spend for us.
By the time the baby was born (or actually about a week later since I am Jewish and tradition dictates not buying gifts until after the baby arrives), all the big ticket items had been crossed off the list. Except, our stroller. That one we had to pay for ourselves.
Below are 10 big ticket items you should put on your registry in the off chance that a really generous great aunt or second cousin rises to the occasion.