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The Stork Bag Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016


The Stork Bag is a pregnancy and post-partum subscription box that ships once a trimester (every three months after you sign up).


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.)


The Subscription Box: The Stork Bag

The Cost: $40 plus $10 shipping every 3 months, or you can choose to pre-pay for all 3 trimesters for $145 with savings on shipping. They also offer a pre-paid plan that has 3 trimesters plus a postpartum bag for $205 up front.

COUPON: For a limited time, use code TSBLOVE15 to save 15% off!

The Products: 8-12 products that are chosen to meet your needs specific to the trimester of pregnancy you are in.

Ships to: US, Canada & International

Check out the Mom Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add The Stork Bag to your subscription list or wishlist!


Preggie Pops – value: $0.56

I had severe morning sickness (like, vomiting up to 8 times a day) while I was pregnant with my son. I tried the stick-less version of these and I don’t recall them being the miracle I was hoping they’d be. However nothing at all worked for me, so maybe some milder versions of morning sickness would have better luck!

Preggie Natural Chews – 2 chews, value: $0.57

I didn’t know they also made chews, but these are like starbursts!


The Stork Bag Water Bottle – value: $5.99?

A big water bottle is a great idea for a first trimester gift. I remember my mom bought me a giant tumbler then and it helped me hydrate enough. Unfortunately, this one is just hand-wash only, and I don’t know if it’s BPA free or not.

9 Months of Happiness Pregnancy Journal – value: $15

A journal is also a great idea for a first trimester box. This one is cute and is small enough to keep in your bag or something so it can be handy.


Earth Mama & Angel Baby Organics Morning Wellness Tea – 2 tea bags, value: $0.75

This is one of my favorite brands that I discovered while pregnant! This tea is “blended with stomach settling Ginger Root and Spearmint, a safe hint of Peppermint, soothing Chamomile and Lemon Balm with just a yummy twist of Orange Peel for flavor.” I like this tea and it’s good for anytime my stomach is bothering me, even when not pregnant.

BumpBoosters Pregnancy Cookie, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip – value: $2.75

I’ve tried a lactation cookie from this brand before and really liked it. This one is tasty too!


Artichoke Baby Organic Morning Sickness Lip Balm – value: $5

This lip balm contains Organic Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Beeswax, Orange & Ginger Essential Oils, and is designed to help alleviate nausea. They said it’s marketed for pregnancy but can also help with sea and motion sickness.

Knocked Up Nails Nail Polish, Rock-a-Bye Radiance – value: $10

This brand of polish makes 5-free, cruelty-free, gluten-free, vegan, and USA-made polish. It’s made to be safe for pregnancy and is supposed to be long-lasting and chip-resistant (although I don’t know of any polish brand that doesn’t claim that, so you know).


ToGoSpa Ice Water EYES Under Eye Treatment – value: $12.50

ToGoSpa is everywhere in subscription boxes. These definitely are quite cooling. However I had a hard time keeping them in place so these are definitely ones you need to relax while wearing I think.

Branch to Nature Mommy Collection the Belly Stick – 0.5 oz, value: $15

This is a really cool way to apply belly balm! I like the stick form a lot. I liked using my belly balm but had to dig my whole hand in the jar for it. It feels very moisturizing, too.

Verdict: I really like the first trimester The Stork Bag! It seems like it includes some good basics and useful items as well as things that are a little more pamper-oriented, too. I was happy to see a couple brands that I really liked and discovered during my pregnancy, too. The value adds up to $68.12 which is pretty good for a $40 box + shipping. Overall, I think it’s a nice way to discover some good brands and products for your pregnancy/your first trimester!

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Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered the wonderful world of subscription boxes in 2012 and began writing for MSA in 2014. Over the years, she has found many subscriptions to love. Now a mom of three, her favorite boxes are ones that dress her kids, help her get organized, feed her family, send her snacks, and offer educational fun for her children.

Posted in Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Moms, The Stork Bag Reviews| Tags: the stork bag | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. I enjoyed my bags. I’m guessing this is an old post because their bags don’t look like this anymore but quality products. My only suggestion would be for them to maybe consider coming out with a baby bag for the newborn baby.

  2. If the Eyes slide you can squeegee off the excess liquid between two fingers before you apply them and that should help!

  3. I mean, I’m not pregnant and don’t plan on being for a long time, but this seems like a really good box for expecting mommies! Everything seems super useful 🙂

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