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Baby Got Pack Newborn Review + Coupon – October 2017

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Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Baby Got Pack is a bi-monthly pregnancy subscription box. They start you off with a pregnancy pack, and they’ll send you products and essentials for baby’s first year.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This is a review of The Newborn Pack, $49.95 box.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

The Subscription Box: Baby Got Pack

The Cost: $49.95 every other month + shipping

COUPON: Use code MSA15 to save 15% off your first box!

The Products: Every box includes “useful and well-trusted essentials for baby’s first year.”

Ships to: The US for $4.95 and Canada for $12.95

Check out more pregnancy boxes in the Mom Subscription Box Directory!

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Each box comes with an information card.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Also included is a pretty recipe card!

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

I love the photos and design of this – it’s also perfect for tucking into a sheet protector and adding to my personal recipe book.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Hip Peas Baby Brush – Retail Value $6.99

Hip Peas is a great brand of children’s hair care so I was excited to see them included in this box!

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

This baby brush has a natural wooden handle and cruelty-free bristles.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Balm! Baby Mad Rash Diaper Balm with Zinc – 2 fl oz, Retail Value $12.95

This is a multi-purpose 1st aid balm that can be used on just about anything… rashes, burns, cuts, dry skin, etc. I love products like this because they’re so versatile and handy. It smells great (chamomile, lavender, tea tree, and orange!) and I love that the jar it’s in is glass.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Honest Company Organic Nipple Balm – 1.8 oz, Retail Value $13.95

As a nursing mom, one thing I definitely feel is important to keep organic/natural is nipple balms. They’re such a helpful product but it’s something your baby will basically directly consume.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

I like Honest’s formula – it smells good and is effective.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Tucks Medicated Cooling Pads with Witch Hazel – 100 count, Retail Value $7.68

These moistened rounds are so helpful post-partum. Yes, they’re designed for soothing itching/pain from hemorrhoids but they also are effective for any stitches or tears you may have after delivery.

I normally take home a bunch of packs from the hospital, but this is a nice, practical inclusion, I think.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Café Baby Mommy’s Milk Lactation Cookie – Total Estimated Value $4

Lactation cookies are a brilliant thing. Well, cookies in general are. These are chocolate chip cookies with ingredients that provide whole grains, amino acids, omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and iron to boost milk production. These were tasty, too!

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Wubbanub Infant Pacifier Elephant – Retail Value $13.95

I discovered Wubbanubs with my first baby and I really love them. They may look a little silly (your baby has a tiny beanie-baby-esque animal attached to his pacifier), but they keep pacifiers in place. Especially helpful when sleeping or in the car seat because if the baby loses suction or tongues the pacifier out of his mouth it’s still close by and they can often just re-latch.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Even without re-latching, the pacifier doesn’t just fall and bounce around and get lost! It’s so easy to find these pacifiers in your bag or in their lap in the car seat (especially if you *happen* to be doing some crazy contortionist positions to reach behind your own driver’s seat and put the pacifier back in your newborn’s mouth…. Not that I have personal experience with that or anything). They’re expensive for pacifiers but they’re worth it, in my opinion.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Lanisoh Disposable Nursing Pads – Retail Value $5.97 (found on sale here for $4.93)

Disposable nursing pads are another super practical inclusion! Definitely handy to have a big box like this on hand. I know a lot of moms that like to use fabric or re-usable nursing pads but I love the convenience of the disposable ones, especially if you’re out and about.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

Aden by Aden & Anais Swaddle Blanket – Retail Value $13?

So, I don’t really know how to price this out because I think it came from a four-pack. Aden & Anais’s individually sold swaddles are priced at $16 but they’re 47”x47” and this one is 44”x44”. Either way, this is a great brand to see in a mom/baby subscription box. They’re well-known and good quality.

Baby Got Pack Newborn Box

This monkey print is cute, too!

The Verdict: This Baby Got Pack newborn box is a really great curation of some of my favorite baby items! I loved seeing that they included products and brands I already love. There was a really nice combination of practical post-partum things and good quality baby essentials. The value adds up to $78.49, which I’m happy with!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes. From Baby Got Pack:

Your first order will ship within a week and subsequent packages will be two months following, around the 15th of the month.

Coupon – Use code MSA15 to save 15% off your first box!

Value Breakdown: At $54.90 for this box, here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Hip Peas Baby Brush: $4.89
  • Balm! Baby Mad Rash Diaper Balm with Zinc: $9.06
  • Honest Company Organic Nipple Balm: $9.76
  • Tucks Medicated Cooling Pads with Witch Hazel: $5.37
  • Café Baby Mommy’s Milk Lactation Cookie: $2.80
  • Wubbanub Infant Pacifier Elephant: $9.76
  • Lanisoh Disposable Nursing Pads: $4.18
  • Aden by Aden & Anais Swaddle Blanket: $9.09

What do you think about Baby Got Pack’s newborn box?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

10 Comments

  1. Oh my gosh this is such a cute idea. Really great gift option!

  2. My sister would’ve loved this box when she first gave birth. Looking through your other options to see if there’s a better fit for her daughter 🙂

  3. This box is always packed full. That brush is adorable. I’m adding to my wishlist.

  4. This is an awesome box! Everything in the box is spot on for new moms. Even if you don’t breastfeed, I think most moms tend to try and having a starter pack of items is great! FWIW, I tried and couldn’t BF with my first – I had to exclusively pump AND supplement with formula. I had to buy all the BF stuff anyway, so at least this is all right here for you. Worst case, you can donate or swap unused items.

  5. Love the products in this box! Cute and practical, and great value, too!

  6. This seems very breastfeeding heavy. Might be a depressing box if you’re a new mom who is struggling with breastfeeding or can’t for some reason.

    • I thought the same thing. I did not breastfeed and I had PPD. This box would have completely bummed me out as a new mom.

  7. Do you only get this box if you are at the newborn stage? Great review!

  8. Great review! Did you have your baby Haley?

    • Yes she did in October.

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