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LIST OF BABY THINGS FOR FIRST TIME MUM TO BUY BEFORE BIRTH
Looking forward to the birth of your first baby? Wondering what you need to buy? I’ve put together a comprehensive list of baby things for first time mums to buy before birth.
Scroll to the end of the post if you just want a download of the list to print or save.
But keep reading if you want the lowdown on the absolute essentials you need to buy ahead of giving birth and pointers on the best brands and places to buy the most popular of each of the things on the list.
This is the only newborn baby shopping list you will need. You can totally rely on it to make sure you are ready with everything you actually need when your baby arrives. All based on my experience as a first time mum and from comparing notes with other first time mums.
Did you know you can start a Baby Wishlist on Amazon? You can save up to 15% when you spend over £200 on products on your list. PLUS choose the free welcome gift you want from a selection of best-selling baby things when you spend your first £20, the selection currently includes Tommee Tippee baby bottles and a cute Fisher-Price baby toy. Oh and there is a 365-day return policy, so anything you don’t use can go back! Get signed up in an instant for your Baby Wishlist.
THE MOST USEFUL LIST OF BABY THINGS FOR FIRST TIME MUMS
When it comes to preparing for the arrival of your first baby there’s no better way to plan what to buy than by asking mums who have already been there and done it.
So if you are a mum-to-be keen to get started buying things before the birth of your baby, I am here to help. Having been through it myself, I’ve learned a lot and I’m sharing all of it here with you.
My list of baby things to buy before birth is based on my own experience of researching the essential baby things I’d need – and oh boy did I do the research – the things that turned out to be great buys, the stuff I realised I didn’t actually need to have bought and some of the things I wish I’d bought.
I’ve created a useful list of all the baby items you’ll need and I’ve included pictures of the essential baby items because it’s easier to plan when you can see what you need to buy!
I’ve gone back over all the things we bought, thought about how much we used them and how much help they actually were for caring for a newborn baby.
Off the back of my reminiscing and analysing, I think I’ve managed to put together a pretty useful and reliable list of baby things for first time mums to buy.
LIST OF BABY THINGS FOR FIRST TIME MUMS
So now, without futher ado, here is your big super duper newborn baby shopping list complete with pictures and examples of the very best item in each category.
1. BABY SLEEP ESSENTIALS
Sleep is everything when you have a newborn! Both for your baby and for you. So having the means to get your baby to sleep and stay asleep is vital.
One of the big things we found really helped was creating a womb-like experience for our baby daughter.
Somewhere cosy to sleep, something cosy and reassuringly womb-like to wear, womb-like noises and total darkness.
Here is a little more detail about the best-selling baby sleep essentials to buy.
1. BEDSIDE CRIB
A bedside crib is the safest way to have your baby sleeping right next to you in your bedroom.
Take a look at the SnüzPod 4 video to see just how brilliant they are and why they are so popular.
SnuzPod cribs are super popular, in fact they are currently the best-selling bedside crib in the UK. They can be used from birth to six months.
There are a number of reasons why they are so popular, not least because they look so sleek and stylish, with a definite Scandi-chic vibe. They've won several design awards, including the Junior Magazine Gold Design award in 2021.
But perhaps more importantly, they fit more beds than any other bedside crib, they be used as a bedside crib, stand-alone crib and the bassinet/Moses basket is detachable. Totally multifunctional genius.
2. CRIB SHEETS
These cotton jersey fitted sheets are made specifically to fit the SnüzPod 4, so if you're buying the SnüzPod you will need at least one set. They come in packs of two, so I'd suggest a couple of packs would be a good idea, to avoid having to do panic laundry!
3. WHITE NOISE MACHINE
White noise machines things are AMAZING. They remind your baby of being in the womb, which is such a great way to get them to go to sleep and stay asleep.
Ewan The Sheep has become a bit of a cult classic for new parents. There are many white noise machines to choose from, just make sure to choose one that is specifically for babies to make sure that the sound levels are suitable for delicate baby ears.
4. BLACKOUT BLIND
I couldn’t recommend getting a blackout curtain more highly. A blackout curtain is a perfect partner to a white noise machine for creating a womb-like environment for your baby to get a lovely cosy sleep. We used ours endlessly until our daughter was several years old. It's often a life-saver (or night-saver!) when you are away from home.
5. SWADDLE SACKS OR BLANKETS
Swaddle sacks are another essential for your womb-like armoury!! I vote for swaddle sacks over swaddling blankets, because babies still seem to be able to wriggle out of swaddling blankets.
Make sure to read up on safety guidelines for swaddling before you give it a go.
6. VIDEO MONITOR
2. NURSERY NECESSITIES
We started off with our baby daughter sleeping in our room at night, which is in line with guidelines that say it’s safest for a baby to sleep in the same room as its parent/s for the first six to 12 months.
However, we also set up a nursery for her, where she slept during the day and which she transitioned into. We also transitioned her from swaddling to sleeping bags as soon as she started wriggling.
Here is a little look at some of the best-selling nursery essentials to buy.
There are a zillion different cribs to choose from, we went for one that converted from a crib to a toddler bed - a great way to save money! This Jacob cot bed by Love For Sleep is a best-seller on Amazon.
2. COTBED MATTRESS
We put a lot of thought into buying a natural, breathable crib mattress. It felt right to make sure we were putting out daughter on a natural surface free from potentially harmful chemicals.
This Newton Breathe-Thru crib mattress allows air to flow freely to reduce the risk of suffocation and CO2 rebreathing. It has won numerous awards.
3. COTBED SHEETS
This two-pack if sheets is 100% cotton jersey. Always go for fitted sheets to keep your baby safe.
4. BABY SLEEPING BAGS
Once your baby can wriggle around you should stop using swaddling and upgrade them to a baby sleeping bag. The Snüz sleeping pods are brilliant and hugely popular in the UK.
This is 1.0 Tog sleeping bag, made from 100% Cotton with a zip for easy nappy changing.
3. NAPPY SHOPPING LIST
- Size 1 disposable nappies
- Nappy cream
- Nappy bin
- Nappy bags
- Changing mat
- Reusable nappies (aim for 12-18 nappies)
- Reusable nappy liners
There are ecological pros and cons to both disposable diapers and reusable diapers. So I suggest you go with what you feel most comfortable with. We went with disposable diapers and I am really happy with our choice.
Here are some of the best-selling nappy bits and pieces for babies.
1. DISPOSABLE NAPPIES
If you want to stock up on disposable nappies, get prepared by buying 144 x newborn size (Size 1) disposable nappies.
2. NAPPY CREAM
This stuff is pretty much a cult classic when it comes to baby products. Weleda Calendula Nappy Change Cream makes even the most messy of nappy changes end on a delightful note.
3. NAPPY BIN
Now, this Ubbi odour-locking nappy disposal bin is just brilliant because you don't need to buy individual nappy sacks for it, you can just use any regular rubbish bags. That's a BIG MONEY and TIME SAVER right there!!!
It has an airtight lock to keep that bad nappy smell in, so your nursery smells fresh. I wish, wish, wish we had had one of these, our nappy bin needed its own cassettes of nappy sacks and when it was getting full it gave off an aroma that wasn't the best. Take a look at glowing reviews from over 2.5k happy parents.
4. NAPPY BAGS
This is another area where you can go full-eco and do your bit for the planet. These nappy bags are both biodegradable and compostable.
5. NAPPY WIPES
Go for biodegradable wipes every time - these are perfect because they are 99.9% water.
6. CHANGING MAT
The nappy changing is one area where you can really cut back on costs... by not spending out on an expensive nappy changing unit.
We managed very well by just using a nappy changing pad on either our bed or on the floor of the nursery. Just make sure you go for a contoured pad to keep your baby safely on it.
7. REUSABLE CLOTH NAPPIES
If you want to go with reusable (cloth) nappies, then build up a set of 12-18 x reusable nappies.
8. NAPPY LINERS
You will also need nappy liners for resusable nappies. If you are going to seriously adhere to the reusable vibe, you can buy resusable nappy liners.
4. TRAVEL EQUIPMENT LIST
Walking out of the hospital as new parents with your baby for the first time is one of the strangest feelings in the world ever!! We were eternally grateful that we’d taken the time to fit the car seat in the car way ahead of the birth. But even so, we drove home at around 10 miles per hour because we were so struck by how much responsibility we now had to keep our baby daughter safe!!
Here’s a list of the stuff we found essential for travelling around with our daughter in her first weeks and months.
1. CONVERTIBLE STROLLER SYSTEM
Much as it is lovely to have your baby snuggled into your chest, there are times when you will be thankful for having a stroller you can use.
One of the most cost-effective ways to buy a stroller is to choose one that converts from a flatbed to a stroller, so you can use it from birth through to the toddler years.
The BabyZen YoYo2 is incredibly popular and with good reason. Watch the video and see how brilliant this slick, well-designed stroller system is.
The BabyZen YoYo2 is lightweight, compact and looks super stylish. It is suitable from newborn right the way through to the toddler years and is great for city families for whom space is at a premium.
2. BABY CAR SEAT
We had a Maxi Cosi Pebble and though this was a few years back now, the Pebble is still one of the most popular baby car seats around. Maxi Cosi is known for its great safety record, which is just the reassurance you need when you’re putting the safety of your baby in a car seat.
The car seat is compatible with all the major travel system and pushchair brands and it can be fixed into your car with an isofix base or seat belt.
This is just the kind of big-ticket baby item to make sure you add to your baby registry, so pop over and add it to your Amazon Baby Wishlist).
3. BABY CARRIER/BABY WRAP
We started off with a front baby carrier, which is a fairly structured piece of kit and my husband loved carrying our baby daughter in it.
We started off with a front baby carrier, which is a fairly structured piece of kit and my husband loved carrying our baby daughter in it.
The Infantino 4-in-1 carrier is an absolute best-seller on Amazon and it has an almost perfect 5* rating based on, wait for it… 56,156 ratings. So it’s pretty safe to say that it is a great buy.
The carrier has an adjustable ergonomic seat, shoulder straps and a waist belt to shift weight to the wearer's hips, which means you can adjust it to be comfortable for you as well as for your baby.
It has a removable bib that can be machine washed - invaluable for keeping the carrier clean!
Although my husband loved using the baby carrier, I yearned after having a baby sling, because I wanted to feel that my daughter was as snuggled in as possible on me.
So I did also end up buying a baby sling, which I totally and utterly loved using. My baby daughter felt so much more snuggled into me than she did in the carrier, which was great for comforting her and a lovely experience for me.
5. FEEDING EQUIPMENT ESSENTIALS
- Baby bottles
- Breast pump
- Nursing pillow
- Nursing bras
- Breast pads
- Burp cloths
You may plan to breastfeed your baby, you may plan to formula feed your baby. Until your baby is born there is no certainty about how you will actually feed your baby.
For example, I planned to breastfeed but ended up combination feeding – breastfeeding and formula feeding – for a year.
Top tip: Don’t go buying a bunch of bottles until you know for sure how you’ll feed your baby. That said, it’s a good idea to have a couple of baby bottles ready for your newborn, at the very least, as it takes the pressure off and that can only be a good thing if you’re starting to breastfeed for the first time.
So here is a list of some of the best-sellers that you might like to buy.
1. BABY BOTTLES
Go for bottles with newborn nipples that mimic breastfeeding, like the original Closer To Nature breast-like bottle by Tomee Tippee.
There is a lot of talk about bottle-feeding confusing babies. I had no problem at all feeding my baby daughter from the bottle and breastfeeding her. It wasn’t what I had planned to do, but due to circumstance it is what I did do and you know what, my baby thrived on being combination fed.
These bottles have an anti-colic valve that reduces excessive air flow, which is a sanity save for both mother and baby. Plus the silicone teat has a 95% latch rate, which means that it is beyond likely that your baby will take to these bottles with ease.
I suggest you buy a microwave steam steriliser because they are true space savers and it’s also much cheaper than buying a whole big baby steriliser set that sits looking ugly and taking up precious space on your kitchen worktop.
You don’t have to buy the same brand of steriliser as your baby bottles. This NUK microwave steriliser is an Amazon Choice product and has a great price.
3. BREAST PUMP
I had a manual breast pump, but if I did it all over again, I would go for an electric breast pump.
The Elvie has a cult-like following with mums, it wire and tube free and fits discreetly into your bra and it is ultra quiet, so you can literally pump from anywhere.
It does come with a hefty price tag, so if you think this is the breast pump for you, it could well be something to add to your Baby Wishlist.
4. NURSING PILLOW
I made so much use of my breastfeeding pillow, a feeding pillow makes it so much easier to get your baby into a good position to feed and makes it so much more comfortable for you.
The For Your Little One breastfeeding pillow is a best-seller on Amazon and has been shortlisted for several awards, including the Mother & Baby Awards.
5. BABY FORMULA
Buy some baby formula. Even if you have your heart set on breastfeeding your baby. It takes the pressure off.
I am eternally grateful that we had some formula to hand in the hospital, as we had a tricky start to breastfeeding. Once I got going with breastfeeding I still used to use formula at times. I started off with Aptamil but then switched to HIPP Organic formula.
Amongst other things, I love that HIPP is Climate Pledge Friendly, which seems so pertinent when you’re bringing a new person into the world.
6. NURSING BRAS
Make sure to get measured before you buy your maternity bras, it is really important to give your breasts the correct support.
7. NURSING PADS
You can buy disposable breast pads, but I think it is well worth going for reusable ones and these bamboo pads are super eco-friendly.
Over 12,000 ratings put these pads at an almost perfect 5* on Amazon.
8. BURP CLOTHS
Burp cloths are an asbolute essential! These bamboo cloths are super popular and are a brilliant shape.
They are made from bamboo which makes them lovely and eco-friendly.
We had the Stokke Tripp Trapp chair in natural wood and it really does last from the baby days right up to adulthood if you want it to, though we sold it on once our daughter started primary school, as she then felt she was far too grown-up to be using it!
There are a bunch of accessories you can buy for the Tripp Trapp, including a newborn insert set, so you really can make use of it from the early days of parenthood.
6. KEEPING BABY SAFE AND AMUSED
Much as sleep is a big focus, it’s also important to be prepared for keeping your baby safe and amused during his or her waking hours.
If you’re feeling tired or need to get stuff done, the waking hours can feel very long at times. I think it’s pretty much essential to have a baby seat and it’s an added bonus to have an activity mat as well. Both of these will keep your baby safe and stimulated during their waking hours.
Here are a couple of absolute classics you might like to buy.
1. BABY BOUNCER SEAT
We had this chair and our daughter absolutely loved it. She would kick her little legs in absolute delight for ages.
The Fisher-Price Infant-to-Toddler Rocker chair has calming vibrations to soothe your baby, clackers and rollerball toys attached to help stimulate them and keep them amused and has two recline positions.
You can use it for feeding your baby in too, in the early days before you get to highchairs.
This is another great thing to make sure to add to your Baby Wishlist.
2. BABY GYM
So, this Baby Einstein play mat has everything you could ever want to keep your baby amused!!!!
7. BATHING AND HEALTH SHOPPING LIST
I found it useful to have a couple of baby towels with hoods and a stack of baby washcloths. Plus baby shampoo, baby wash and baby lotion. Please don’t buy talc, it’s really not good for your baby in so many ways.
There is a lot of debate over whether you actually need a baby bath, but my vote is firmly that you do. Unless you go for a baby bath support, which is the item I am going to add to the must-have baby shopping list.
In short, you want baby bathtime to be as safe and easy as possible. So you will really value having either a baby bath or a baby bath support when you’re tired and wrestling a wet, wriggly baby.
Here are a few suggestions of best-selling things you can buy for bathing your baby.
1. HOODED TOWELS
Towels with hoods are an absolute winner for keeping babies and toddlers warm and snuggled as you dry them - and they look super cute.
2. WASH CLOTHS
Wash cloths are endlessly useful, they also last forever. We still have ours, they've been washed and used and washed and used so many times.
3. BABY SHAMPOO AND BODY WASH
It's just delicious to smell and gorgeous to use. Leaves your baby's skin and hair super soft and fragrant.
4. BABY LOTION
You may as well have the Weleda baby lotion if you have the shampoo and bodywash, what's not to love?!
5. BABY BATH SUPPORT
This baby bath support has over 11,000 reviews giving it an absolutely perfect 5* rating.
It's not hard to see why it is so popular, it is lovely and soft to touch, whilst also being ergonomic and it warms very quickly to the baby's own body temperature and the temperature of the bath water, so your baby will be lovely and comfortable in all senses.
It's also got a water sensor, so you know that you have just the right amount of water in the bath for your baby's safety and comfort.
BABY CLOTHES NECESSITIES
- Short-sleeved onesies
- Long-sleeved onesies
- Ankle socks
- Snowsuit (for cooler months)
- Baby beenie hats
I’m going to stick to the absolute newborn baby clothing necessities here. You will no doubt get bought gorgeous baby clothes as gifts – and find yourself buying a ton of gorgeous baby outfits as well once your baby is actually born and you know what will suit them.
So here are the absolute necessities that you need for your newborn baby clothing necessities.
Tip: Go for 0-3 months rather than newborn size, because your baby will grow out of newborn size SOOOO quickly!!
There are so many briliant
It never ceases to amaze me at how easily a baby can wriggle their feet out of their socks. Sock-Ons are an absolute sanity saver.
I absolutely love how simple but clever Sock-Ons are, they are totally a baby necessity!!
HOW TO PLAN YOUR NEWBORN BABY SHOPPING
There’s a lot to think about when you’re having a baby and quite a few baby things to buy before the birth. So it’s worth taking some time to plan how you are going to shop for the baby.
Here is a list of some useful things for first time mums to consider that will help you plan your baby shopping better.
WHEN SHOULD YOU START BUYING THINGS FOR YOUR BABY?
Even though finding out you are pregnant can be one of the most joyous moments in your life, I would suggest you pace yourself before rushing to buy lots of stuff for your baby and the nursery. Maybe satisfy your urge to spend by buying yourself some first-trimester of pregnancy must-haves.
There are several things you should take into consideration before you start you baby shopping:
1. TIME IS ON YOUR SIDE
Unless you found out late, you have several months between finding out you are pregnant and giving birth.
2. 12 WEEKS
Consider waiting until you have passed the 12-week point and had your first scan. Maybe satisfy your short-term shopping cravings by putting together your baby registry/wish list?
I’m massively pro gender-neutral
4. BABY SHOWER
If someone is throwing you a baby shower it would be good to sign up to a baby registry and then do your own shopping once you’ve had the shower. Baby showers usually take place between month six and month eight. So consider the timing that works best for you.
5. AIM FOR DONE BY 8 MONTHS
It’s a good idea to have bought the most important baby things you need to buy before the birth of your baby by the time you are 8 months pregnant. There are several reasons for this:
- You will be at your heaviest and most tired by this point
- A due date is a rough estimate, your baby might come early
- It will keep your stress levels down and you can focus on buying the more fun stuff
As a side note, it’s also a good idea to have your hospital bag prepped and packed by eight months too. I’ve got a post on the hospital bag essentials to include for you, your new baby and the baby’s daddy/birthing partner.
6. MONEY SAVING
Depending on the time of year your baby is due, there might be some good opportunities to buy the big baby stuff and save money.
I’m thinking Black Friday, the January sales and summer sales. It’s a good idea to have a budget drawn up and then you can plan on buying something if you find it with a big saving.
Talking of money-saving, here are some great tips on how to save money on buying stuff for your new baby.
Related: The best baby registries guide
HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR BABY SHOPPING
Here are some great tips on things for first time mums to bear mind before you start putting together your newborn baby shopping list.
1. PLAN BEFORE YOU SHOP ONLINE
Online shopping is SO easy and I wholeheartedly embrace it. However, it isn’t always the best way to save money. Especially if you end up filling up your cart to get free delivery! Sometimes a well planned shopping trip will save you money.
2. NAPPY SAVINGS
Nappies are a big expense. Your baby is likely to be using them until sometime between 18 months (super early in my book) and 3 years old. Of course some kids need them for longer. Whilst buying your first packet of diapers will be a thrill, buying your fiftieth will be less so!
Some parents like to nappy stockpile ahead of the baby arriving, this way they can home in on the best deals.
Remember to hold onto your receipts if you do this, as you won’t know for sure that the nappies you’ve bought work well for your baby until your baby is using them.
The other way to go about it is to ALWAYS LOOK FOR DEALS rather than just buy through the same retailer. There is always somewhere that will have a discount running.
3. BUY MULTI-PURPOSE BABY STUFF
You can’t do this with everything, but here are a few ideas:
- Baby crib that converts into a toddler bed
- The Stokke Tripp Trapp baby seat is an amazing piece of kit, as it can be adapted as your baby becomes and toddler and on into childhood.
- Baby travel system – can fit a baby car seat, will support your baby lying down and later when they are sitting up.
4. CHANGE UP YOUR WASHING AND GROOMING ESSENTIALS
The most important thing when washing and bathing your baby is to make sure the products you use are as simple and free from nasties as possible.
However, this doesn’t necessarily mean you have to buy everything, especially for a baby. If you don’t already, consider swapping your everyday shower gel, face wash, shampoo for gentle, organic, chemical-free products that everyone in the household can use.
5. BORROW RATHER THAN BUY
There are some nice-to-haves like a moses basket, that your baby will be in for a matter of weeks. Ask a friend for one to borrow or have as a hand-me-down, then pass on the favour when you’re done with it.
I really hope this list of baby essentials have helped you put together a baby shopping list that means you are ready for the arrival of your newborn baby with plenty of energy to spare for making the most of the first few days, weeks and months with your precious new baby.
QUICK CHECK LIST OF BABY THINGS TO BUY BEFORE BIRTH
Here is an at-a-glance list of all the baby things to buy before birth in case you simply want to start getting your head around all the things you need to buy. I’ve popped it into a printable, so if you keep scrolling down you can grab a copy of to download and print.
QUICK CHECK LIST OF BABY THINGS TO BUY BEFORE BIRTH
- Moses basket/bassinet/co-sleeper
- 3 x Cot sheets and mattress protectors
- White noise machine
- Blackout curtain
- 3 x Swaddle sacks
- Baby monitor
- Convertible crib
- Natural crib mattress
- 3 x fitted crib sheets and 3 x waterproof mattress covers
- Nappies - disposable
- Nappies - reusable
- Nappy liners for reusable nappies
- Nappy changing mat
- Biodegradable baby wipes
- Nappy rash cream
- Nappy sacks - for when you’re out and about
- Nappy bin
- Car seat that turns into a stroller
- Baby carrier
- Baby sling
- Baby changing bag
- Baby bottles
- Bottle steriliser
- Breast pump
- Breastfeeding pillow
- Baby formula
- 3 x nursing bras
- 2 x boxes of nursing pads
- 7 x burp cloths
- Nipple cream
- Baby bouncer seat
- High chair
- Baby activity mat
- Baby bath support
- Baby towels
- Baby washcloths
- Baby shampoo and body wash
- Baby lotion
- 0-3 month onesies
- 0-3 month long-sleeve onesies
- Baby socks
- Hat - sun hat or winter hat
- Snowsuit - for winter babies
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AND A FINAL REMINDER: DON’T FORGET TO START YOUR BABY REGISTRY NOW!
As I mentioned at the start of this post, it is a great idea for you to take a look through the baby shopping list and add anything you think you will need to your Amazon Baby Wishlist and use it as your reference point and shopping list.
And don’t forget the Amazon Baby Wishlist gives you a saving of up to 15% when over £200 has been spent on products on the list. Oh and there’s a welcome gift when you spend your first £20. Oh oh and there is a 365-day return policy, so anything it turns out you don’t need or use can go back. Sign up to it now: Amazon Baby Wishlist.
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Luci is the founder of Mums Make Lists. She has written about all aspects of organising family life for ten years. Her main areas of expertise are family finance and budgeting, simplifying housekeeping and family admin and kids’ party planning. Read more.
Sunday 13th of November 2022
Thanks for sharing this post, I love this post because this is helpful and very informative for babies’ mothers. Babies accessories
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Wednesday 16th of February 2022
It's my 1st pregnancy and I don't know what to buy,and besides I don't even know them when I see them Will need ur help on what n what to purchase for my new born babies.