While a hood with bunny ears and a little fluffy tail might be the cutest thing in the world (apart from your baby, of course) shockingly, the towels you already own will more than do the job of drying your little one.
Here's a question for you: what's the difference between an expensive nappy-only bin and the rubbish bin you already own? Answer: not a lot, except for a bit of extra clutter.
Cute? Yes. Practical? Not so much. Babies don't really need shoes until they are walking, and at six weeks old, they definitely won't be doing much of that.
Same idea as shoes. If it's chilly, pop your little one in a onsie with feet attached, and if it's warm, well, they probably want their toes to wiggle free, just like you would.
If you own a potato masher, then you already have everything you need in this department. And if there's a food processor in the cupboard, even better.
Many parents find this big piece of furniture just takes up room. Why not get a change mat and use it on the floor (or bed) - it's cheaper and means there's almost no chance of your baby falling off.
You might want your little prince or princess to be the belle of the baby ball, but remember newborns don't stay tiny for long.