When planning to have more children, it’s wise to hang on to at least a few things from your first baby. Because if you don’t, you’ll end up buying a lot of the same baby gear again for the second time around. Which will not only be a waste of your money, but also a huge waste of natural resources as well. So to help prevent you from making the mistake of prematurely getting rid of baby gear now only to buy it again sometime soon down the road, we’re naming the baby gear you should keep in storage for your future babies. Keep reading to save money and conserve natural resources, too.
Hold on to the Crib and Other Sleeping Devices for Baby
Babies spend a lot of time sleeping during their first year so make sure you still have the crib in your possession by the time your next baby arrives. There is no doubt about the fact that you’re going to need that crib for your child. Also, if you happen to have a rocker or bassinet, be sure to keep those as well because you really can never have too many places for the baby to sleep in at home.
Keep the Swing
Swings might be big and bulky, but they’re awesome for keeping the baby content. Plus they’re pretty much essential for the second baby. That’s because you’ll need a safe place to put the baby while you take care of the older sibling.
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