Whether you're pregnant or have already welcomed your new baby into the world, you know you need a lot of stuff. The Amazon Baby Wishlist is the best way to keep track of everything you need for baby - and it's easy to set up.
It essentially works like a shopping list, but it's easy to share with friends and family - perfect if you're having a baby shower, or if people want to buy you a useful gift for when baby has arrived, and especially useful for birthdays and Christmas.
You'll receive a free gift when you sign up and spend £20 through it - at the moment, the gift is a Tommee Tippee Twist and Click Advanced Nappy Disposal Sangenic Tec Bin.
The gift changes regularly, so check on the site to find out more.
Save money with a Baby Wishlist
In addition to a welcome gift, you'll also save money with exclusive discounts once you spend through your Baby Wishlist:
- Spend £200 to receive 10% off. Use code WISHLIST10
- Spend £500 to receive 15% off. Use code WISHLIST15
- Spend £800 to receive 20% off. Use code WISHLIST20
If you're planning on buying a baby car seat, pushchair or travel system, this discount will make a big difference.
Why should I set up a Baby Wishlist?
Most people have an Amazon account now - it's so easy to use, especially if you have Amazon Prime and get free next-day delivery on loads of items.
Making a wishlist subscribes to the most important part of parenting - preparation and organisation. As soon as a baby enters your world, being organised is imperitive; having a wishlist keeps all your shopping needs in one place, and it's so easy to share with friends and family who want to help with gifts.
It's also easy to see what other parents are buying, giving you inspiration, and to check all their thousands of reviews - super important when you're making those big decisions like pushchairs, especially at the moment when it's not so easy to view products in shops.
Plus, it's free to sign up - click here to register for your Baby Wishlist.
Even the celebs are signing up - check out Rochelle Humes' wishlist here. It's not just that we're nosy about celebs and their babies, honest - it's really good to see the type of products other mums buy and get inspiration for our own shopping lists.