All the reasons why you need an Amazon Baby Wishlist

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by motherandbaby |
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As parents, we're always looking for ways to make our lives easier.

Whether it be a hack to keep the paddling pool clean between uses, or a certified technique that will help our little one sleep through the night (`*prays*), we're not ones to turn our noses up at any extra help.

That's why we are championing Amazon's Baby Wishlist, which will streamline your entire shopping process.

The Amazon Baby Wishlistis basically an online shopping list, on Amazon, where you're encouraged to add everything you need to buy for your baby or your toddler. You can also check other mums' lists, and vice-versa. You can share your list with friends and family members, meaning it's a godsend for baby showers, birthday presents, Christmas, and other gift-giving celebrations.

It's great if your baby hasn't arrived yet, as you can tot up all the things you'll be needing, and share it with anyone who wants to chip in - it's really helpful to work colleagues who want to buy you a Mat leave present.

Then, when baby makes their appearance, it's the perfect way for friends and family to know exactly what to buy your new arrival, or for you to collate Christmas lists throughout the year. It really does make like easier!

Don’t wait, create today your Baby Wishlist today.

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