Oh, cool! I'd love an objective view on my registry, or at least one that doesn't insist on formula, disposable diapers, and $600 strollers. I sent to my mom & MIL, but didn't get much feedback. Mom already got us the co-sleeper for Christmas, which is really awesome. My MIL tried to give us an old plastic changing table she had used for my husband, and then got a bit insulted when we said 'no thanks.'
Here's the link:
It might be worth knowing that we live in a 2-bedroom apartment, don't have a ton of floor space in the living room, have a dresser for the baby, and got lots of clothes in a range of baby sizes from a few friends.
I figured out that myregistry.com is not playing nicely with my firefox. Only for the love of you ladies will I hop back on ie. blech. ;)
Notes: 1) skip the balboa baby sling. It is very closely related to those dangerous bag type slings. The top rail is huge, the fit is awkward, and I feel like it is hard to get baby into a safe position in one. Yes, I've tried in IRL. yuck. Stick with your other sling choices. 2) skip anything that goes either A)between the carseat and the car's seat. Unless it is put there by a certified car seat safety person (sometimes they use cut up foam pool noodles to get a proper installation in certain cars) it is not considered safe. B) anything that goes between carseat and baby that doesn't come with the carseat. Again, there are no safety standards for these things, they are not recommended by any carseat manufacturers, and they could interfere with the safe function of the seat. 3) Don't forget baby bath stuff - body wash, lotion, etc. Again - you WILL get this stuff from people. Make sure you let them know what you'd like to have.
I think other than those small things, you look really good. I also live in a 2 bedroom apartment and I will say this: I love not having a huge house to clean!!! :)