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The BabyGuy Box Subscription Review – February 2017

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The BabyGuy Box is a monthly Baby and Toddler/Pre-K subscription box that sends you full-size products that have been hand-picked by Jamie Grayson (The Baby Guy NYC) who is a well-respected authority in baby gear and child safety over the past five years. They aim to send functional, practical, innovative, and fun things like toys, baby gear, books, feeding essentials, and clothing accessories.

They also offer monthly themed/curated, once-off purchases that do not renew which is a great, no-commitment way to try their service, too. Monthly subscribers get to choose whether to have a personalized surprise box or to receive a themed/curated box for that month instead.


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This review is of the February Our Favorite Things, $39.99 a month, box for 1-3 year olds.


The Subscription Box: The BabyGuy Box

The Cost: $39.99 with free shipping

The Products: About 5 full-size products that are meant to be functional, practical, innovative, and fun. You can expect things like toys, baby gear, books, feeding essentials, clothing accessories, and more.

Ships to: U.S.

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February’s Pick of the Month is their favorite things, which they offer for 1-3 years as well a second variation for 3-5 years.


The first thing I pulled out of the box was a letter from Jamie about Crane humidifiers and a promo code for $15 off plus free shipping on an adorable or drop humidifier!


The World of Eric Carle Puzzle Wheel – Value $14.99

I love everything Eric Carle! Gideon’s first birthday was actually Very Hungry Caterpillar themed. This puzzle wheel features animals from “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?


The puzzle comes in this great circular box to hold all the pieces. It clasps shut with an elastic loop to go around a little metal peg.


And here’s what the puzzle looks like put together! I love Eric Carle’s art and this is a colorful and easy puzzle that still offers a lot to talk about and learn for your kids.


Rich Frog Kids’ Duck Feet Slippers – Value $17.95

These are a little big on Gideon right now but I think he’ll love them later. They’re soft and cute!


And they have a textured underside to help with friction.


Fluf Zip Hearts Carry-All Zipper Bag – Value $17.50

This is an 8.5”x8.5” bag made with 100% organic cotton. I think the design is downright adorable, and it’s washable (and pre-shrunk!).


And it’s lined with a fantastically bright and happy yellow lining. This bag is great and can be so versatile. You can use it for makeup, purse organizing, snacks, pencil case, and even a water-resistant “wet bag.” I think I’m going to use it to keep my items together in my diaper bag – so cute!


Learn with Mother Duck Book Set – Value $8?

I can’t find this little book set online, FYI, so I guesstimated the value. The mother duck is like a little boat and the three little ducklings are books that you can set inside.


They’re made out of a soft, puffy plastic material. Easy to wipe clean!


Each duck has its own educational theme: actions, noises, and colors. Although I think the “actions duck” should be renamed to the “animals duck” because that’s really what it shows (animals doing actions, but the words it has are the names of the animals).


Eefoo Original Poetry Art Cards – Value $15.99

These are alphabet-inspired art cards! They’re a great size – 7”x9”! The art is great and you could easily just use these as art or décor (in a classroom?) as well as educational or flash cards.


I love the design and art of these cards. The one thing I’m not sure about is the fact that each card has 4 different animals on it, and I can’t figure out what they have in common or why they’re grouped together! You can still use them to teach about animals and the alphabet and such but it’s driving me crazy not having a reason for grouping them together.


I love the art on the back of the cards, too!


Here’s the back of the box, showing all the cards.

Verdict: This was a pretty fun The BabyGuy Box this month! I love the quality of everything and I think there’s a lot of fun and educational play to be had from this month’s items. Plus, I love the zipper pouch for the parent gift. The value adds up to $74.43 which is right around the promised $78 of value, and I’m assuming that’s because I had to guess a little for one of the items so the value difference is probably just a mistake on my end. All in all, I’m happy.

What do you think about The BabyGuy 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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I’m so glad you reviewed this!

    I’ve heard about this “Baby Guy” but didn’t realize he had his own box sub. I usually check out Mommy Blogs to find gifts to send- but since I don’t have small kids myself, it’s gets tiresome reading blog to blog.
    I like the idea of MSA doing these types of box reviews- then I don’t have to wade thru a ton of other info to get to a good review ( I trust MSA).

    I love sending baby/kids boxes as gifts. It makes it so easy for me and the Moms all seem to like them.

    Thanks again!

  2. If you read the back of the 26 Poetry Art Cards package (or whatever you have shown in that last picture), there is a rhyme scheme which requires four animals to be pictured. I was wondering why they were called Poetry Art Cards, then figured it out when I began reading that.

    • I noticed that too and that explains the strange groupings….its part of the rhyme scheme!

    • Ricki! I did read it but totally not out loud and didn’t hear the rhyming! I knew some one would find the pattern for me! Haha, you’re the best. 🙂

  3. great reviews and glad the box was better for you this month!

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