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10 of the most popular types of items on baby registries

Stacker Logo By Beth Mowbray of Stacker | Slide 1 of 11: Preparing for the arrival of a baby can be an exciting yet challenging time for expecting parents. With a vast array of baby products on the market, it is often difficult to know what you really need to buy and what you can live without. Curated compiled the most wished-for items on popular baby registries to identify common needs for expecting parents. Most of the categories identified are considered to be essentials, with toys as the only non-essential category making the top 10. Three-quarters of parents-to-be set up a baby registry, according to a March 2022 survey conducted by Everyday Health Group. Results suggest that expecting parents are creating registries and buying items earlier than in years past due to supply chain issues from the COVID-19 pandemic. Most (84%) are also focusing their registries on essential items rather than things they want but won't use as much. Requests for items related to feeding, such as breast pumps, are on the rise, for example. Keep reading to discover 10 of the most popular items on baby registries today.

10 of the most popular types of items on baby registries

Preparing for the arrival of a baby can be an exciting yet challenging time for expecting parents. With a vast array of baby products on the market, it is often difficult to know what you really need to buy and what you can live without.

Curated compiled the most wished-for items on popular baby registries to identify common needs for expecting parents. Most of the categories identified are considered to be essentials, with toys as the only non-essential category making the top 10.

Three-quarters of parents-to-be set up a baby registry, according to a March 2022 survey conducted by Everyday Health Group. Results suggest that expecting parents are creating registries and buying items earlier than in years past due to supply chain issues from the COVID-19 pandemic. Most (84%) are also focusing their registries on essential items rather than things they want but won't use as much. Requests for items related to feeding, such as breast pumps, are on the rise, for example.

Keep reading to discover 10 of the most popular items on baby registries today.

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