Baby Shower Gift Guide Via BabyCubby.com

Baby Shower Gift Guide Via BabyCubby.com

There was a point in my life not so long ago that I was attending baby showers all the time. If someone wasn’t on their first child it was for a sprinkle for their second. Then, things started to slow down, and now that my daughter is 2 I have felt out of the loop when it comes to baby items. Now, my friends are starting to have their 3rd child and it’s time to start being educated again. When  Baby Cubby reached out to see if I wanted to work on a Baby Shower Gift Guide based on their website I was super excited to take a look and make my pics.

Let’s get started! One of my favorite things about Baby Cubby, and what I think makes them different from other sites is that they PRICE MATCH! They will even match Amazon’s prices.  Here’s a little more in their words about what makes them different.

The Baby Cubby is for every parent out there who has ever felt overwhelmed or discouraged about becoming a parent. Our Baby Cubby team is made up of parents who have been there. We know what it’s like and we are passionate about encouraging, inspiring, and reminding parents how amazing they are and how important their role is.
The way we do this is by finding the highest quality and safest baby gear to provide to parents in a fun shopping experience. We do things like test strollers on our stroller track, price match everyday – even amazon, offer free shipping nationwide at BabyCubby.com and actively engage with parents via social media and our Cubby Community Blog to discuss some of the difficult topics of parenting.

When registering, or buying for a baby shower it’s important to have gifts that fit many price points. Baby Cubby definitely has that! Here are some of my favorites!

The 4Moms MamaRoo ($249.99) wasn’t around when my son was born but it was when my daughter was. I was lucky enough to take my sister’s to borrow. But if you are looking for a gift to split with some friends this one is a lifesaver.

Let’s start with the DockATot Delux.($250) It’s funny because a friend of mine JUST asked about this product so I looked into it. I can’t believe how expensive it is, but based on the comments she received from facebook, it sounds like those that have it LOVE it!

Next up is the Original Ergo Baby Carrier ($115). I am not familiar with the newer models they show on the site, but I do know that I am a HUGE fan of baby wearing and my Ergo Baby Carrier lasted through 4 kids (2 mine, 2 my sisters). It was comfortable and easy and any mom would be lucky to get one. Definitely worth the investment.

As a nursing mom my nursing cover was with me all the time. This one from Hooter Hiders ($36) is a must have for any mom who is nursing.

Toys are always a fun gift too. Wooden Toys are making a big come back with the idea that they are a more natural option for the baby to play with. Baby Cubby has a bunch of options to choose from.

With their price matching option, and FREE SHIPPING on orders over $49, I would say Baby Cubby is a great spot to register, or buy something for that new mommy to be.

What is your favorite go to baby shower item? Do you see it on Baby Cubby?

I was provided a gift card to the site in return for this post. As always all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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