One of the funnest things about having baby #2 is that you get to buy a few more of the items that you want versus just the items that you need. When we had June I felt up to my neck in just the bare essentials- crib, stroller, car seat, clothes, high chair, swing, diapers, etc. Preparing to have baby Hugh was a totally different experience because I already had all of those essentials and could spend the baby budget on a few of the things that I really wanted.
If you've been around the internet or instagram at all then you know there are a million small businesses that sell everything imaginable for baby. It's really exciting! And can also be very overwhelming! I LOVE internet shopping just like the next person, but a lot of times I want to see the selection in personal before committing.
Enter Baby Cubby.
Baby Cubby is the cutest online and in person shop that sells all the top baby stuff for your little one. If you live in Utah, I highly highly recommend visiting their store in person. It's located in Lindon, has a cute little play area for kids, and has all the gorgeous things you've seen online but are maybe slow to pull the trigger on. I LOVE that I can buy in person (and return if necessary!) rather than hoping I will like it when it comes and then dealing with the hassle of mail- in returns.
This post has been a long time coming- I originally planned to post it the beginning of January. I went to Baby Cubby three times not being able to decide on just a few things. I could buy up that entire store in an instant and never look back, Corinne style. (Bachelor anyone?) There are so many adorable things for your baby. Also, not knowing the gender of our baby threw a huge kink into things. I went before Hugh was born and after Hugh was born... once I knew his gender I could pick out exactly what I wanted much easier. (Although everything I got is still pretty gender neutral... I'm a hot mess.)
Crib Sheets and a peek into the nursery! We're still not quite finished with the nursery but I'll do a full reveal once we are. I'm still adding just a few little details...
Deer picture- similar here
Rags to Riches romper (similar here) Kickee pants footie pajamas, Little Unicorn swaddle blanket.
I really really loved that I could find and see all of these brands in one place. They also have Freshly Picked moccasins, Fawn Design bags, Baby Bling Bows, and a myriad of other products from popular shops. I love supporting small business and I love that at Baby Cubby I can support many small businesses at once and see everything before I bought it.
All of the items that I got at Baby Cubby were a bit of a treat yo self. Or treat my baby I guess. They are the higher quality, super special things that I wanted to buy. The swaddle blanket is beyond soft, as are the Kickee Pants pjs. (If you've never had pjs from Kickee Pants, I highly highly recommend. They are so so soft and have a little bit of a stretch to them. They are also extremely durable. June wore her pair for close to six months and we washed them like crazy and they are still in great condition (AND they were a hand-me-down from my sister in law.)
Something else I love about Baby Cubby is that it really isn't "just another baby store." They strive to be not just a store to sell "stuff", but a resource for parents to use through parenthood. You see that evident in their website at babycubby.com, the retail store, or through social media or their Cubby Community Blog. (Probably one of the best blogs run by a business I have ever seen)
A few other things to know about Baby Cubby:
- Baby Cubby price matches anything from Amazon. Any of your big ticket items- wraps, strollers, etc. you can price match. A perfect combination of being able to check out the item in person and getting the best possible deal
- Baby Cubby carries out only the best and safest gear so you can shop confidently (they spend hundreds of hours researching so you don't have to)
- If you aren't located in Utah or just prefer online shopping, you will get free shipping on any purchase over $49 at babycubby.com
This blog post is sponsored by BabyCubby but the love for their products is all my own.