An ever-changing list I've compiled so far... hope this helps!
I'm with the FED is best crowd (though some people are annoyingly judgmental on whether to breast or bottle feed). If breastfeeding is your intended route, here are some resources I found useful.
Call your insurance company after baby is born to order your breast pump if you are planning to pump at all. Most cover pumps - Spectra (I am now a Spectra 1 convert and use Medela part converters) and Medela (easier to find parts) are the best options usually.
Hold off buying any bottles until you try a few first because some babies do have a preference! I have a whole huge kit of them if you would like to try a few...
"The PEPS Newborn program is for new parents to attend with their babies (2-16 weeks old when the group starts). Groups meet in the homes of groups members for 12 weeks, during the day with one parent attending (the same parent each week), or in the evening with one or both parents. Each meeting includes time for sharing parenting highs and lows, time to focus on the babies' development and a discussion topic. Meetings also include break time for informal socializing and connecting with other parents.
Who Attends: One or Both Parents & Baby
Time of Day: Day or Evening
Cost: $160/one parent or $210/both parents*"
Local Kids' Consignment:
Seems to be the standard in this area. Expect a lot of shots and blood work in the first days...