Things you’ll wish you put on your baby registry
Special deliveries for your special delivery
by Coterie Team
We know building your own registry or even shopping for the perfect baby shower gift can be very overwhelming. Since we’re a team made up of lots of parents, we have a few suggestions (beyond adding Coterie to your Pottery Barn Kids or Babylist registry!)
Meal delivery service
Whether it’s a meal delivery subscription or restaurant gift cards, anything that takes the guesswork out of feeding yourself is key here. Because cooking will be the last thing on your mind during those first tender weeks of new parenthood.
Between childcare, big ticket items, unforeseen expenses, or setting up your child financially for the future, this is one that you’ll thank yourself for later. Babylist lets you add a general cash fund to your registry so friends and family can contribute.
With so much anticipation leading up to pregnancy and childbirth, what happens to parents postpartum can feel like an afterthought. Registering for a night nurse or postpartum doula or stay at a postnatal retreat can help ease the transition into parenthood.
The Newborn Gift
Our bundle of elevated essentials to welcome baby to the world. It includes The Pouch and a Charlie the Bunny plushie, 2 packs of The Diaper (in sizes NB + 1), 1 travel-pack of The Wipe, and a foil-stamped card—all thoughtfully wrapped in a keepsake box.
If you’ve also added The Diaper and The Wipe separately to your list, you can’t go wrong. Here’s why:
We have the highest safety standards.
All our products are tested in third-party, independent labs. Our diapers and wipes are dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic, with no parabens, fragrances, chlorine, alcohol, latex, or dyes.
We design for superior performance.
Our diapers absorb up to 2X more liquid up to 4X faster and keep skin up to 3X drier than other diapers, helping to minimize diaper rash and maximize the whole family’s sleep. Our wipes are made of 100% plant-based, plastic-free, and biodegradable fibers. Plus, they’re up to 30% larger than average wipes, so you can do way more with just one.
We’re big softies.
Babies spend more time in a diaper than any other item of clothing—it should be *the* most comfortable thing they wear. Apparel-grade materials and high-loft layers (a breathable material structure that contains more air than fiber, commonly used in pillows and comforters) give our diapers a soft-as-cashmere feel.