We bet if we peeked inside your home, we’d find all sorts of great treasures from shops high and low, near and far. There’s probably a combination of investment pieces you shouldn’t have splurged on, budget items you scored at your fave discount chain, and one-of-a-kind-ers from that spot around the corner you hope nobody else ever discovers. It should be that way for your baby’s space too, no? We sure think so. As do our friends at BabyList. From national retailers to local independents, from traditional baby shops to Etsy crafters, BabyList helps you assemble a single baby registry to guide all the gift-givers in your life. And now that BabyList is offering a registry completion discount at some of the best baby shops in the land, there’s pretty much no reason to register anywhere else. Yup, dreams really do come true. Now it’s time for you to build the mix-and-match nursery of your (we mean “baby’s”) dreams. Check out our nursery inspiration from shops high and low, near and far, to get you in the registering mood. Then take BabyList’s Registry Checklist Quiz to make sure you’ve got everything your little one needs...not just the adorable items we included here. And voila! The hard work is done--make a registry, and BabyList will email you if any prices go up or down, and even if stuff goes out of stock. Don’t forget to enter our BabyList giveaway, which has some of the awesome items on our mix-and-match nursery list: BabyLetto’s 4-piece bedding set and Coco Core Dry crib mattress; Giggle’s Babycare Longwool rug; Serena & Lily’s Rolling Storage Crate; and Etsy crafter Decoy Lab’s Hedgehog nursery clock. ENTER HERE, and comment below for an extra chance to win! Happy Registering! [gallery ids="12628,12626,12629,12621,12618,12623,12624,12622,12619,12620,12625,12627"] This post was brought to you by BabyList.

Courtney Barker

British mom Courtney Barker is sharing the story of how her son, 7-month-old Arthur contracted COVID-19 in the hopes of preventing other families from going through what hers is. Thankfully, little Arthur is now feeling better, but last week he was rushed to the hospital.

His mama recalled the experience in a now-viral Facebook post that is attracting worldwide attention.

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