exersaucer, and a baby swing (all used). I've taken them apart and washed them so they're good to go, as soon as I can figure out how to put them back together. (I took notes, so it shouldn't be too bad.)
I also indulged in a Kangaroo Beanie Baby as a tribute to Nick's Australian roots-his mum (as Australians would say) Debbie is Australian-born and has joint citizenship. Nick has plans to apply for Australian citizenship, but we would actually have to LIVE in Australia for our baby to become a citizen there. We'll have to call it good with some Australian paraphernalia, and continue to dream of visiting there someday.
I bought the crib from a Craig's List posting a few months ago. It has a gate at the top that folds down instead of the whole side dropping. I just ordered the replacement hardware so that both of the latches that hold it up work easily. Nick assembled the crib as the traditional fifth anniversary wedding gift- wood. Also, the cute quilt was a Christmas gift from Samantha. We just need a crib mattress (one of the few things I want to buy new) and we'll be ready to tuck baby in.
I'm still soliciting advice on what stroller and carseat combo to buy. If you have experience in that realm, leave me your opinion as a comment.