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by Dan Hunter
things to buy when expecting a baby in nigeria

Are you expecting a new baby? Then there are lot of things to prepare beforehand. There are several baby stuff to shop for.

If you are among the would-be moms who needs the full list of things to buy when expecting a baby, this article is for you. Shopping for these basic things your baby would need is essential.

Keep reading to find out what they are.

Pictures of things to buy for a newborn baby

So you are expecting a new cute baby? Congratulations on advance!

Here are some things you need to but in advance for your newborn baby, and their pictures. They are essential stuff to have in place.

1. A crib

Yes, this is an essential. Your baby will need more peaceful sleep on his/her own. Get him or her a good crib.


2. Crib sheets

Buy a couple of crib sheets for your baby. They come different patterns and colours.

3. Baby swing

A fussy baby would definitely need this stuff.

4. Rocking chair

This will keep your baby busy while you stay with him or her at home for months.

rocking chair for baby

5. Bouncer

This stuff will keep your baby cozy and safe. You can put it around the house.

6. Baby diapers

You will have to buy a couple of baby diapers. For a start, at least two boxes to store them.

baby diapers

7. Unscented baby wipes

You can never have too much of this around. Your baby will need it.

8. Diaper cream

Your baby skin will be very sensitive. The rashes caused by diapers can make him or her feel comfortable. Buy a good diaper cream.

9. Pajamas

Keep your baby warmer at night with a little pajamas. He or she would sleep peacefully.

10. Baby hats

This is for the cold weather, especially when you take you baby outside. Have a good cap handy for warmth.

baby hats

11. Baby socks

Your baby’s feet gets cold easily. Babies to wear socks more often.

12. Gold First Infant Milk

Gold First Infant Milk

13. Baby pajamas

baby pajamas

Hospital list for delivery in nigeria

What are some hospital list for delivery in Nigeria?

Below are some key list you need to pack with you when delivery time comes:

  • Diaper.
  • Mittens.
  • A ton of socks.
  • Wipes.
  • Few cloths for your baby.
  • A baby shawl.
  • Baby care bag – containing a thermometer, nail cutter, comb, and so on.

Baby things to buy before birth

Before you give birth to that cute baby, there are checklist of things to buy.

Make sure you have the following on your list:

  1. Blankets: Swaddling and receiving.
  2. Clothing: Hats, onsies, mittens, socks, undershirts, booties, and pyjamas.
  3. Diapering: Diaper cream, changing mat, diapers, changing bag, and wipes.
  4. Feeding: Bibs and feeding bottles.

Baby items list with prices in Nigeria

Are baby items expensive?

Below is some baby items list with prices in Nigeria:

Clothing items

Socks – 3 pairs sell for at least N500.

Body suit – Costs between N500 to N1,500.

Beanie – A beanie sells for N700 to N1,500 in Nigeria.

Sleep suit – It costs between N1,000 t N4,000.

Shawl – A good shawl costs at least N1,500.

Bibs – From N500 to N1,000.

Shoes: A baby shoe costs within N1,000 to N5,000.

Sweater – Between N2,000 to N5,000.


SMA Gold First Infant Milk, 400g – Costs N3,650 to N4,500.

SMA Pro 2, 800g – Costs N5,500 to N7,500.

SMA Pro Toddler Milk 3 sells for N7,000 to N8,000.

Wysoy Soya Infant Formula, 860g – Sells for N12,000 to N15,000.

Pro Toddler Infant Milk, 800g – Costs N6,000 to N7,000.

Pampers Diapers have different sizes and packages. They cost between N11,000 to N24,000.

Baby items list a-z (More baby items list)

Get the following for your expecting baby:

  • Antibacterial soap.
  • Wipes.
  • Diaper bag.
  • Alphabet toys.
  • Thermostat.
  • Toddler utensils
  • Toy box.
  • Warmers.
  • White noise machines.
  • Thermometer.
  • Toys.
  • Waterproof bibs.
  • Teddy Bear.
  • Travel highchair.
  • Tethers.
  • Washcloths.
  • Playpen.
  • Walkers.
  • Change table.
  • Baby carrier.
  • Plastic hangers
  • Sun shade.
  • Blankets.
  • Baby clothes.
  • Baby foods.
  • Car seats.
  • Baby carrier or stroller.
  • Bassinet or crib.


  • Dan Hunter

    Daniel is a Digital Marketer and a Copywriter. He is a member of the Association of Business Executives (UK). On most days, he enjoys writing, soccer, and spending time with Nature.

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