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The Ultimate Parenting Checklist!

Becoming a new parent can be overwhelming, with so many things to consider and purchase for your little one. To help make the process a little easier, we've put together a checklist of must-have items for new parents.

  1. Crib or cot: This is the most important piece of furniture for your baby's room. It's where they will spend most of their time in the first few months of life, so it's important to choose a sturdy, safe option.

  2. Pram or stroller: This is a must-have for getting out and about with your baby. It's important to choose one that is easy to maneuver and fits your lifestyle.

  3. Car seat: A properly installed car seat is essential for keeping your baby safe while travelling. It's important to choose one that is appropriate for your baby's age, weight, and size.

  4. Nappies: You'll go through a lot of these, so it's a good idea to stock up.

  5. Baby clothes: From onesies to sleepers, you'll need a variety of clothing options for your baby. Be sure to choose soft, comfortable materials.

  6. Feeding essentials: Whether you're breastfeeding or bottle-feeding, you'll need a variety of feeding supplies, including bottles, nipples, and breast pumps.

  7. Baby gear: Other must-have items for new parents include a baby carrier, a high chair, and a swing or bouncer.

In conclusion, becoming a new parent can be overwhelming, but with the right checklist and resources, it can also be an exciting and enjoyable experience. Remember that while there are many items that are considered "must-haves" for new parents, every family's needs are different and it's important to choose what works best for you and your baby. Among the resources available, a new Australian start-up called Pebbl, which offers essential baby products such as cots, prams, car seats and more on subscription, rather than buying outright, can be a great option for new parents. Not only does this save parents a huge amount of money, but it also allows them to easily upgrade or swap products as their child grows.

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