Atlanta Baby Bucket List
Every “first” for baby is big: first haircut, first play date, first birthday. Use our bucket list as a guide to make sure each “first” experience with baby is a great one.
Find eco-friendly products for pregnancy, baby and beyond including strollers, baby furniture, toys, baby shower gifts and more at this trendy shop. Baby registry specialist available. Kirkwood.
Need an extra hand? These licensed, registered nurses provide private, in-home care for newborn babies throughout the night.
First Museum Visit
Babies can explore hands-on exhibits to open the world of sounds, textures, counting language and more. Check the calendar for Building Blocks programs, where babies and toddlers can interact with music, art, science or food.
Babies and toddlers can make music, climb on soft structures, care for stuffed animals, board an airplane and more at this museum. Gainesville. i
If mom has an aching back or tight muscles, this center specializes in fertility, prenatal and postpartum massage to help alleviate those issues. Atlanta and Roswell.
Baby’s First Birthday
For baby’s first birthday, have a play center that delivers lots of playtime fun. The play patch can be set up indoors or outdoors and comes complete with play mats, ball pits, climbing gyms, ride-on toys and more.
Baby’s First Haircut
These salons use rewards, tricks and a lot of patience to make a first haircut a special experience.
Baby’s First Classes
Classes are a great way for babies to meet each other, work on fine motor skills and play.
Go to the Playground
We picked a few baby-friendly playgrounds around Atlanta for hours of fun.
Baby’s First Swim
Leaning how to swim from a young age has many benefits, choose one of these local schools to get started.