City Baby Registry Essentials Giveaway

Win $3K in gear!

City Baby Registry Essentials Giveaway

Having a baby in the city can be really awesome, but it definitely requires some pretty specific baby gear. From small spaces, subway stairs, apartment life and more, you've got your work cut out for you, mama to be. Lucky for you, we've partnered with our friends at Babylist to give away all the baby gear you need -- $3,000 of it in fact! -- to make life with a baby in the city easy breezy.

Enter here, then scroll down to see what you've entered for a chance to win! One winner takes all. Plus, check out our City Baby Registry gear picks over on Babylist!

bugaboo cameleon³. Bugaboo’s got a lock on mobility in the city, with its smart design, sleek style and rugged durability. The bugaboo cameleon³ elements will give your city life a breath of fresh air. Win one with an aluminum/black frame and your choice of available tailored fabric set.



Tula Jet Baby Carrier. Babywearing is clutch when you’re a city mama, and Tula’s got some of the best (and best looking!). Win a Jet carrier, which can be used for a front or back carry, and provides an ergonomic M-position seat supporting optimal development for your baby. Choose the infant or toddler version.



Britax B-Safe 35 XE Series Infant Car Seat. There’s no brand we trust more for our kiddo’s car safety than Britax, and this infant car seat’s the best first ride your baby’s going to get. Win a B-Safe 35 XE Series Infant Car Seat, with tons of innovative safety and comfort technology.



Loyal Hana Gift Card. If you thought you could go back to your regular wardrobe postpartum, think again. Especially if you’re breastfeeding. Loyal Hana’s fashion-forward pieces feature hidden zipper gussets at the chest to allow for easy and discreet nursing. Win $100 towards the Loyal Hana piece of your choice.



Primary Bodysuit Set. You cannot underestimate the importance of an awesome basic and Primary’s got the market down. Win one of Primary’s tagless and 100% super-soft cotton rib Babysuit Sets in short sleeve, in your size and color choice.



Bamboobies Nursing Package. Take care of those breastfeeding boobs with Bamboobies ultra-soft, eco-friendly nursing pads for both day and night. They’re not only absorbent, they’re also washable! Win a multi-pack bamboobies Washable Nursing Pads and bamboobies Eco-pure Premium Bamboo Disposable Nursing Pads, plus boob-ease 100% Organic Nipple Balm and bamboobies Chic Nursing Shawl.


Babynes Formula Dispenser. If you’ve got formula in your future, or are just preparing for the unknown, Babynes’s wi-fi-enabled formula dispenser is a must-have. It makes a perfectly measured, lump-free formula bottle at just the right temperature with the touch of a button. Win a Babynes machine plus one box of formula pods.



Munchkin STEP Diaper Pail. Munchkin’s new STEP diaper pail has a self-sealing system to lock in odors, a lavender baking soda puck to absorb the stench and offers two Arm & Hammer bag systems for disposal. Plus for every diaper pail purchased, Munchkin will plant a tree.



Babyganics Hand Sanitizer Set. It’s about to be cold and flu season, so get prepped with a $200 assortment of Babyganics hand sanitizer items. Made from plant-based ingredients, and free of nasties like triclosan, parabens, sulfates, phthalates and artificial fragrances & dyes, you can feel good about putting this foaming, moisturizing formula on your babes.



Paintzen Paint Job. Paintzen’s online quoting engine is genius for a parent-to-be: just answer a few questions about your nursery, and you’ll get a locally adjusted price, all inclusive of labor, paint and supplies. Win one nursery room painted with baby-safe, zero-VOC paint (up to $500 of Paintzen services + paint!)



Nanit Smart Baby Monitor and Floor Stand. This futuristic baby monitor goes above and beyond the standard design. Using “computer vision” in its camera, Nanit learns how your baby moves, and helps you identify sleep issues by tracking sleep patterns, parent visits, room conditions and much more.



Dyson V6 Child+Baby Handheld vacuum. Keep your house clean for baby or baby to be with Dyson’s handheld vacuum. It’s got powerful cord-free suction to captures microscopic dust and allergens, plus it’s lightweight and versatile for quick clean ups.



Rose & Rex Cheengoo Donut Rattle Set. In a world of technology overload, Rose & Rex’s imaginative toys are refreshingly analog. All the shop’s toys are thoughtfully selected by education professionals, teachers, and child development experts to foster well-rounded skill building.



Barley + Oats Gift Card. Not everything on baby’s registry has to be for baby. Barley + Oats delicious superfoods are filled with essential nutrients that women need during their childbearing years to help with female health, fertility, pregnancy, fetal development and breastfeeding support. Win a $125 gift card.


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Products that solve your biggest breastfeeding challenges

Including a battle plan for clogged ducts!

When expecting a baby, there is a lot you can test-run in advance: Take that stroller around the block. Go for a spin with the car seat secured in place. Learn how to use the baby carrier with help from a doll. But breastfeeding? It's not exactly possible to practice before baby's arrival.

The absence of a trial makes it all the more important to prepare in other ways for breastfeeding success—and it can be as simple as adding a few of our lactation aiding favorites to your registry.

MilkBliss chocolate chip soft baked lactation cookies

MilkBliss lactation cookies

Studies have shown the top reason women stop breastfeeding within the first year is because they are concerned about their milk supply being enough to nourish baby. Consider MilkBliss Lactation Cookies to be your secret weapon. Not only are they wholesome and delicious, but they were formulated specifically for breastfeeding moms based on the science of galactagogues—also known as milk boosters. They also come in peanut butter and wild blueberry flavors.


Evereden multi-purpose healing balm

Evereden multipurpose healing balm

Also up there on the list of reasons women stop breastfeeding: the toll the early days can take on nipples. Made from just five ingredients, this all natural healing balm is ideal for soothing chafed nipples, making for a much more comfortable experience for mama as her body adjusts to the needs of a breastfeeding baby.


Lansinoh milk storage bags

Lansinoh milk storage bags

For a breastfeeding mama, there are few things more precious and valuable than the milk she worked so hard to pump—and it's the stuff of nightmares to imagine it spilling out in the fridge. With these double-sealed milk storage bags, you can be assured your breastmilk is safe and sound until baby needs it.


Belly Bandit bandita nursing bra

Belly Bandit bandita nursing bra

Nursing a baby is a 24/7 job, which calls for some wardrobe modifications. Because Belly Bandit specializes in making things more comfortable for the postpartum mama, they've truly thought of every detail—from the breathable fabric to the clips that can be easily opened with one hand.


boob-ease soothing therapy pillows

Boob Ease soothing therapy pillows

For nursing moms, duct can quickly become a four-letter word when you suspect it's getting clogged. By keeping these soothing breast pillows in your breastfeeding arsenal, you can immediately go on the defense against plugged milk ducts by heating the pads in the microwave or cooling them in the freezer.


Belly Bandit perfect nursing tee

Belly Bandit perfect nursing tee

A unfortunate reality of nursing is that it can really seem to limit the wardrobe options when you have to think about providing easy, discrete access. But by adding functional basics to your closet, you can feel confident and prepared for breastfeeding on the go.


Bebe au Lait premium cotton nursing cover

Bebe au Lait cotton nursing cover

Nursing in public isn't every mama's cup of tea. But babies can't always wait until you've found a private place to get down to business if that's your preference. That's where a nursing cover comes in handy. This one is made from premium cotton and features a patented neckline that allows for airflow and eye contact even while you're covered.


Lactation Lab basic breastmilk testing kit

Lactation Lab breastmilk testing kit

Curious to learn more about the liquid gold you're making, mama? The testing kit from Lactation Labs analyzes your breast milk for basic nutritional content like calories and protein, as well as vitamins, fatty acids and environmental toxins to help boost your breastfeeding confidence.


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