Making Life Easier: The Baby Checklist

As a compulsive list maker I assembled several in preparation for motherhood. This particular one is a checklist for essential and optional items to register for. Even if you’re already a mother and awaiting baby number two, this list can help remind you what you will need for the new arrival!

Click here and here to print a copy!

Need a checklist to prepare you for the hospital?? I got it right here!

 

 
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  1. Jen Pollon commented:
    August 27, 2012 Reply

    This brings back so many amazing memories! Thanks Mama!

    • Amy Romano commented:
      August 28, 2012 Reply

      No problem Jen!! Hopefully this helps with baby number two 😉

  2. MEGAN commented:
    August 27, 2012 Reply

    What a great list! I can’t wait to see the others you made 😉 By chance did you make one for the Hospital?

    • Amy Romano commented:
      August 28, 2012 Reply

      Thanks Megan! This particular list started while I was pregnant. To answer your questions I DO have a list that prepares you for the hospital. I had mine packed for weeks. I am trying to finish it and will post it next week, stay tuned!

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