Right, so... babies need a lot of stuff. Additionally, the baby I’m currently working on has two parents who have a lot of stuff, too. Rich and I just signed up for MakeSpace which is the city-dweller’s survival system when life’s possessions threaten to collapse inward upon you. It’s genius, and MakeSpace takes care of everything—they provide you with packing materials (fo free), pick up your stuff (also free), inventory your items in an online catalog, store them (obviously), and if there’s ever something you need, you can just tap on it via their app and MakeSpace will deliver the item back to your door. It’s absolutely genius for storing winter coats, holiday decor or extra furniture, freeing up absolutely essential closet space for tiny dresses and strollers. Or grown-up clothes. Or my husband's inexplicably large collection of athletic gear. Whatever. It's shockingly affordable (plans start at $69 a month) and if you click this link to sign up, you'll get $200 off which (depending on the plan you choose) could basically make your first three months of the service free. Why did I not do this sooner?