Shopping for baby products can be overwhelming AF!
As my due date with baby boy gets closer and closer, I’m starting to remember the overwhelming feeling of wondering if I really do have everything I need for the first few months of his life. From bathtubs to bottles, from a carrier to a carseat…I was lost during my first pregnancy. Thankfully, I found baby concierge service Gugu Guru and they were able to help me weed out what would waste my money and which products I would find helpful for the first six months of my newborn’s life. This time around, I’m digging out my “must haves list” and using it as a checklist to make sure those products are once again on hand!
If you’re a new mama or are going to be welcoming your little one very soon, you need this list. Not everything you see online or in ads is a must when your baby is new, but there are a few products that I found made my life easier and baby’s happier! I have created a downloadable checklist with all of these items, tips from Gugu Guru and my favorites for each category! If you’re ready to do some shopping, Click Here!
Here’s a sneak peek of the amazing products on the checklist and ones I personally love:
ABOUT GUGU GURU
Gugu Guru believes it’s just wrong that any new parent should feel stressed during this joyful new season of life. They guide parents and parents-to-be through the overwhelming baby gear market and planning process through unbiased product recommendations that are tailored to unique lifestyle needs, budgets and more – all identified by a detailed quiz.
LEARN MORE ABOUT GUGU GURU & TAKE THE QUIZ AT WWW.GUGUGURU.COM
As always, I love sharing the help I’ve had with other mamas, so I’m thrilled to have teamed up with the baby product experts from Gugu Guru to create the ultimate list of newborn must haves – which you can download HERE. I know I’ll be referring back to this a lot in the next few weeks and I hope it helps you out, too!
Shenae Grimes-Beech is an actor and YouTuber with a highly engaged community of like-minded women who are here to stand up for what they believe in and lean into discomfort, especially when it means doing the right thing.