allows parents to create a registry based on what they would like to save for in the future–such as their baby’s college fund–instead of immediate wants or needs. Like Abe’s Market, this unique baby registry idea is a nice option to supplement a traditional baby registry. As items in the baby are purchased, friends and family can give a monetary contribution as well. Knowing they have invested financially in the future of a child will not only give them a sense of pride, but will also show Mom and Dad how invested other people are when it comes to their little bundle of joy.
In no particular order, here’s what’s on my list so far. But I’d love to know if you have any additional baby registry ideas for a second baby. As I’m now 36-weeks pregnant, my mind is starting to get a little bit fuzzy!