Baby supplies are the must-haves for any new parent. From newborn clothing to diapering gear, you’ll need all the essentials once your little one arrives, and Sam’s Club has them all — all at low prices.
Buy your baby’s nursery furniture – Ordering furniture that you’ll need once the little one arrives can take weeks, so it’s best to start ordering as soon as possible. You’ll also want to give yourself plenty of time to assemble the pieces and transport them into your home.
Get a crib mattress – A crib mattress is an essential item, as it’s the safest place for your child to sleep. Invest in a crib with a firm, supportive mattress and a fitted sheet that fits snugly on top. Our crib sheets come in a variety of sizes, from mini to standard, so you can find the right fit for your mattress and your budget.
Keep a change table on hand, as well as a contoured changing pad that’s easy to wipe down and clean. We love this Delta changing table, which offers tons of space for storing diapers and other baby essentials.
Stock up on a few dozen cloth or re-usable diapers and some waterproof covers to keep them fresh. You can also consider investing in a few more sets of washcloths or washable diaper wipes, which will help you save money and reduce waste.
A thermometer to monitor your baby’s temperature – This FridaBaby rectal thermometer is easy to use and can read temperatures within just a few seconds. It’s better than a skin thermometer, and is preferred by many pediatricians.
First-aid kit – A good first-aid kit should contain items such as a baby thermometer, tweezers, antibiotic ointment, adhesive bandages, and petroleum jelly. You can also add a bulb syringe to make it easier to remove mucus from your baby’s nose.
Bath time basics – Your baby will need a baby bathtub, which you can purchase or rent at any number of local stores. You’ll also need a bath thermometer and a faucet guard to prevent your little one from hitting his head on the tub or sink.
Feeding bottles and nipples – Your baby will need formula or breast milk for the first few months, so you’ll need a variety of feeding bottles and nipples. To sterilize them, you can either hand-wash them or put them in the dishwasher in a bottle basket.
Lactation aids – If you’re nursing, you’ll need lactation supplements to promote the production of breastmilk. Enfamil GentleEase can also be used to soothe baby’s gas.
A thermal bottle tote – To save your milk from spoiling when you’re on the go, get yourself a thermal bottle tote that can hold up to six bottles.
Diapering gear – You’ll need diapers to cover your little one during the night, and you can’t afford to skimp on them. You can choose from a wide range of options, from disposable diapers to reusable ones made from muslin and cotton.