Your tiny princess will squirm with joy when you put her in the Trend Lab Imported (about $21). It features luxurious velour on one side and cotton on the other. Unfortunately, because some of it is made from polyester, it won't do if you want an all-natural fabric.
Camping, hunting, and military families alike will be proud to wrap their cutie in the Rothco Camo (about $9). It is as tough as it looks and can stand up to plenty of abuse, tugging, spit-ups, and more. Unfortunately, it's not that soft to the touch.
Packed in a convenient storage pouch that zips up and has a handle, the Luvable Friends Unisex (appx. $17) make for handy travel accessories. With quirky designs, like cupcakes and bulldogs, it's hard not to want to snap a picture of your baby in these.
The Emma Claire's Cuddles (appx. $19) is a set of four blankets that are thin and well-ventilated, making them ideal for warmer climates. Their slightly translucent fabric makes these good stroller covers, too, and they compress down small when packed.
If you need to keep your bundle of joy warm in a colder climate, the Carter's Flannel (around $48) can get the job done. This is a four-pack so, if you accidentally leave one somewhere, you'll have backups. Plus, the edges won't fray even after prolonged use.
You can feel good about buying the Touched by Nature (appx. $8) because it's made from 100-percent organic cotton that's easy on the environment and your newborn's delicate skin. Choose between solid colored options or timeless prints, like crescent moons and elephants.
If you plan on getting your munchkin into "The Cat In The Hat" or "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" then the Trend Lab Dr. Seuss (around $29) is just right. It features iconic characters from the rhymester's books on a super-soft fabric that will comfort a baby.
The nature-themed patterns on the Margaux & May Organic (about $28) will look nice in any nursery. At 47 by 47 inches, they'll easily accommodate your little one during naps through the toddler years, and provide a good surface for play time, too.
Simple, classic, and affordable, the Baby Starters Dot (about $14) may even resemble the item your mother swaddled you in when you came home from the hospital. Plus, the textured surface provides a nice sensation against a newborn's skin.
The four plush layers of cotton muslin in the Aden + Anais Classic Dream (appx. $49) will provide the perfect pillowy surface to lay your little one on. Available in over 20 diverse and charming prints, you can easily find one for every friend who is expecting.