You’ve survived the first 3 months! Hopefully your little one is starting to sleep a bit more and you’re feeling less like a zombie. Over the next three months they will notice their world more and start working on learning how to sit up and roll over. Check out my list of essential items for your 3-6 month old.

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1. Sleep sacks

By now your little one should’ve graduated from their swaddles but may still need an extra layer of warmth.

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Looking for the best gear for your little one? Check out this list of must have items for your newborn to 3 month old. The list is curated from items I personally used and loved and those that were popular with other moms and babies from my mom groups. These groups have 300+ moms so if our little ones liked them I’m guessing yours will too! To get started check out my list of the basic baby essentials.

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Congratulations, you’re having a baby! Having a baby can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. There are lots of fun things that you can get and some will certainly make life easier. But, if you are low on funds or are into a minimalist lifestyle there are very few items you actually need to have. Here is my list of the basic essentials you’ll need for your little bundle of joy.

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I’ve been hearing a lot about sensory bags lately. I searched them on Pinterest and every post seems to be 50+ sensory bags. It’s all a bit overwhelming. I’m thinking…all I need is a simple post telling me how to make one of these things. Generally I skip the DIY as they general turn out to be Pinterest fails, but these seemed easy enough to make and would provide fun and low cost entertainment for my 6 month old.

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My little one is 5 months old and quickly getting tired of her infant seat, she wants to sit up more, and I’m not hauling her around in it anymore since the seat/baby combo is getting mighty heavy. I knew the time was approaching to switch her to a convertible car seat but was not looking forward to shelling out the cash for another car seat.

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