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The 7 Best Baby Registry Sites and Stores for Parents-to-Be

Wondering where to begin with planning your baby registry? We break down the best sites and stores to register at, from Amazon to Pottery Barn.

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Amazon Baby Registry

You can always count on Amazon to have what you need because of its wide selection. Thankfully, Amazon’s selection of baby gifts and products is no different. Sign up for the Amazon baby registry and receive a complimentary welcome gift. Not only does Amazon make it easy to request everything under the sun needed for your baby, but items are offered at a 15% discount just for registering with Amazon. Talk about a win!

Family members and friends also have the option to go in on gifts together or buy separately. They can even contribute to a cash fund for diapers. If you don’t love a gift after all, you have one whole year to return it.

Our Pick: This special baby diaper backpack truly makes any parent feel like a superhero! It pops open to convert into a changing station and portable crib.

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Babylist is one of the most popular baby registry sites out there, and we’re not surprised one bit! It has an amazing support team that’s happy to chat with you on the phone, and features hundreds of coveted baby products. Plus, you can add registries from other stores to Babylist and keep all of your registry items in one easy-to-access place. Did we mention it has an app, too?

Babylist also offer options for non-material gifts for new parents. Score! This means you could add a home-cooked meal or a little babysitting help as gifts on your registry. Not only are extra hands helpful for the expecting mama, but they allow friends on tighter budgets to give a gift without breaking the bank. As if it couldn’t get better, it’ll send you a free welcome box just for registering. Still need baby supplies after the baby shower? You’ll earn a 15% completion discount to snag any leftovers.

Our Pick: This Babylist-exclusive stroller boasts rave reviews. Parents love how lightweight it feels, how easy it is to maneuver and how simple it is to set up compared to other brands.

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Target Baby Registry

Don’t hesitate to register at your go-to store. The Target baby registry is easy to manage and full of adorable and practical baby shower gifts. When you sign up, you’ll receive a welcome bag with samples and gifts. The Target registry app makes it easy to scan items in store. See a car seat you need? Scan! Spot an adorable onesie? Scan! You’ll fill up a registry page with ease. Then, if you end up with unpurchased items on your registry, you can take 15% off anything that’s left. (Don’t forget, free returns or exchanges are available for up to one year.)

Our Pick: This Graco car seat will keep your new baby snug and safe. Plus, it’s easy to install and easy to clean.

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The Tot

The Tot baby registry is your one-stop shop for thoroughly researched, tested and eco-friendly products. It offers a wide variety of products and a completion discount of 15%. It also offers a rewards program and a variety of starter registries—these include categories like newborn essentials, a gender-neutral registry and a budget registry.

Our Pick: The Nook organic feeding pillow is made from organic cotton and free of toxic dyes and ink.

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Walmart Baby Registry

Yes, Walmart offers a baby registry, too! The Walmart baby registry offers price matching—this means that if you can prove that a competitor will charge less for a registry item than Walmart, Walmart matches the price. Plus, it’s easy to manage your registry straight from the Walmart app. If you’re on the go and think of a baby gift, you can update and manage your registry in just a few clicks. Walmart also makes it easy for guests to shop in person, which is more fun for your best girlfriends and more simple for grandma.

Our Pick: Did you know NutriBullet makes an adorable baby food prep system? Mixing up homemade baby food with this beauty isn’t just easy, it’s cheaper, too. You’ll thank yourself for putting this on your registry when your little one starts experimenting with all different types of food.

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Pottery Barn Kids Baby Registry

Pottery Barn Kids registry is safety tested, making it ideal for new parents. You can rest assured that these products make for a secure and happy baby. If you love going in person to build a registry, use the Pottery Barn app to shop in-store and scan all of your favorites. Their personalized baby gifts set them apart from other sites and stores. After all, who can resist Pottery Barn monogrammed blankets? All of their gifts are of the highest quality, from the organic bedding to the Greenguard Gold Certified furniture.

Our Pick: This three-in-one convertible crib grows with your little one, doing triple duty as a crib, toddler bed and toddler daybed.

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Sync up all of your registries in one place with Having multiple registries for guests to navigate can be a hassle, but syncing all of your registries up allows you to keep all of the benefits of your different registries. Not only that, but you can install an extension link into your browser so that you can pull items from anywhere—Etsy, your favorite boutique, you name it! You’ll be able to add anything and everything you need for your new baby. (It’s also easy to sneak in a few gifts for mom!) This registry is ideal for the expecting parent who has their eye on gifts from lots of different stores and sites.

Our Pick: Use to add a little something from all of your favorite stores. We love this sweet baby lovey from Anthropologie.

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Hannah Pugh
Hannah Pugh is a former assistant editor for Taste of Home. She focused on writing affiliate content product reviews, newsletters and recipe collections. In her free time, she can be found sipping coffee at cafes, reading or rock climbing with her husband.