Baby on Board? Get a Briefcase!
Written by Lisa Montanaro | September 12, 2009

In honor of my friend’s surprise baby shower today (shhhhh!), I am sharing a great organizing product that I just love — the Baby Briefcase.


The Baby Briefcase was designed by a new mom who realized her baby’s paperwork weighed almost as much as her baby. Think about it – medical documents, birth certificate, social security forms, thank you notes, warranty information for all of that new baby gear, etc. The list goes on!

Instead of throwing all of those papers in a pile, and stressing about not being able to find them when you need them, you can store them all in one portable stylish location. It is a grab-and-go strategy that allows you to take all of baby’s documents with you when you need them, or to leave it at home in a filing drawer and just grab what you need from it. And at a time when sleep is a precious and rare commodity, the time saving features will be a real blessing!

Baby Briefcase is a wonderfully designed, charming little organizer. Did I mention it is also adorable? It’s a great gift for a new parent, which is why I am wrapping it for this afternoon’s baby shower.

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