Best Baby Registry Gifts Under $20

Best Baby Registry Gifts Under $20

The Ingy Bingy Band, a pacifier wristband, is a gift that will save your sanity and your budget! This pacifier bracelet will be right where your baby needs it, whenever they need it!

When you’re going to a baby shower you might have a little bit of anxiety around what gift to bring. Look no further! We have created a gift guide that has copious options for less than $20! You will be sure to purchase a gift that will be greatly appreciated and used regularly!

Ingy Bingy Band: It’s so frustrating when the infant pacifier keeps falling out! The Ingy Bingy Band is a pacifier wristband designed to help your baby access their pacifier on their own from as early as 4 months!

With a traditional pacifier clip or loose pacifier a baby can’t typically find and use their newborn pacifier on their own until they are 8 months old! That means YOU have to do all the work! This pacifier bracelet is also safer than a traditional pacifier clip. Pacifier clips may be adorable, but they contain parts that are choking hazards and could strangle a child if you aren’t careful.

The Ingy Bingy Band is made of buttery soft material and velcros around your baby’s wrist. There are two models of this amazing pacifier wristband so no matter what infant pacifier your baby prefers it will work with the Ingy Bingy Band!

Bath Items: Everyone needs to bathe! If you’re worried about getting the wrong gift you can never go wrong with bath time items! An animal hooded towel, some shampoo, and some bath toys are a sweet gift to help any baby get squeaky clean after a big day of diaper blowouts and spit up!

Nose Frida: Call it gross, but when the time comes (and unfortunately it will come) that your baby has a stuffy nose, you are going to want a Nose Frida! There is no better way to clear their boogers and help them work through the nasty bug they’ve caught. They also have an electric option if the snot-sucker option grosses you out, but it’s a pricier option. I’ve used both and they both work well!

Busy Baby Mini Placemat: At around 5-6 months babies start eating solids. Meal time can be very stressful when they keep throwing their utensils on the ground. This silicone placemat suctions to any surface and keeps everything you hate picking up off the floor in place and within baby’s reach! This mat is not only a sanity saver, but helps support cognitive development, promotes motor skills, and encourages self feeding! Their full size placemat is $30, but the mini-mat is a great option if you’re looking to spend less than $20!

Sleep Sack: It’s unsafe for babies to have loose blankets in their beds until they are at least 12 months. A sleep sack is a great alternative for keeping baby warm, especially in the winter months! Some brands can get pretty pricey, but Amazon frequently has great brands, like Burt's Bees, for under $20!

Diapers/Wipes: When in doubt you can always get a small pack of diapers and/or wipes for less than $20! This is a gift that will definitely be used quickly!



The Ingy Bingy Band is not your everyday pacifier clip! This game-changing pacifier wristband helps babies self-soothe at a younger age than ever before! Instinctively, babies gnaw on their hands in an attempt to soothe. The Ingy Bingy pacifier wristband keeps their pacifier right where they’ll find it, allowing your baby to comfort and calm themselves while you do whatever it is you need to do!
Our buttery soft wristband comes in two styles to accommodate every pacifier.
Our Pacific style should be used when your baby’s pacifier holes are near their nose and chin when in use. It is most commonly used with Avent, BIBS, Dr. Brown’s, MAM, Nuby, NUK, Medela, FRIGG, Nanobébé, Tommee Tippee, and Chicco pacifiers. 
Our Sequoia style should be used when your baby’s pacifier holes are near their nose and chin when in use. It is most commonly used with Itzy Ritzy, Ryan & Rose, and The Dearest Grey pacifiers.  
If you are still unsure which pacifier wristband style is right for you, check out our style guide or text the name and/or picture of your preferred paci & we’ll let you know which style is right for you! 





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