Baby BumpBundle – BabyBundle Review

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Baby Bump Bundle
Cost: Varies depending on bundle selected.  Prices range from $30 – $89.
Ships To: United States
Baby Bump Bundle - Baby Bundle
Baby Bump Bundle – Baby Bundle

Baby Bump Bundle, who kindly sent me this box to review, curates care packages for expecting moms at each stage of pregnancy. They offer their “Mom-To-Be BumpBundles”, “Baby BumpBundles” (designed for newborns), “Nursing BumpBundles” and “Fit BumpBundles”.  They offer a subscription service for the Mom-To-Be bundles (one box is shipped for each trimester), but I opted to review a newborn bundle which isn’t part of the subscription service.

Baby Bump Bundle - Baby Bundle
The Box

Baby BumpBundle ships via USPS and ships at the time it is ordered. Mom-To-Be bundles ship during pregnancy as a surprise to the mom-to-be!

Baby Bump Bundle - Baby Bundle
First Look

I received the 3+ items Baby BumpBundle which retails for $30.  I opened it right and was right away impressed with what I saw!

Baby Bump Bundle - Baby Bundle
The Information Card

Baby BumpBundle includes an information sheet on the products in the box.  It’s not overly fancy, but I am guessing that is because the products in the box change periodically.  Here is what my Baby BumpBundle included:

~WubbaNub ($11.99): I think these are just adorable!  L was a pacifier lover as a baby and this would have been awesome for him.  WB did not understand the concept of a pacifier, but he would have for sure loved snuggling with the froggy!

Baby Bump Bundle - Baby Bundle

~aden + anais Classic Swaddle ($12.50): aden + anais are like the holy grail of swaddles.  For real.  I didn’t learn of these until WB after WB was born, but I am a big fan.  WB sleeps with his Classic Dream Blanket every night and it’s perfect for him.

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aden + anais Classic Swaddle

~Baby Pibu Hydrating Ointment ($4.50): This cream is suppose to work like magic on rough patches, eczema, etc.  WB used to have this one random rough spot of skin that I tried everything on and couldn’t get it to go away.  It eventually just disappeared, but I wish I would have had this on hand to try it!

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Baby Pibu Hydrating Ointment

~BumBoosa Baby Wipes Sample: I just saw a different company on Shark Tank talking about reusable bamboo paper towels and have been wondering how something like that would work.  These aren’t reusable, but they are made from bamboo which makes them super soft, hypoallergenic and non-toxic.

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BumBoosa Baby Wipes Sample

~Rockin’ Green Laundry Detergent ($3):  I have used this soap in the past and have been very happy with it!  I am going to take this on our Disney trip with us because I KNOW I will have to do laundry there and they charge an arm and a leg for soap at the resorts!

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Rockin’ Green Laundry Detergent

~Bella B Bubble Bath ($3.61): I have tried the lotion from this brand and really liked it.  The smell is a bit strong at first, but once it spreads out in the bathtub it’s quite nice!

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Bella B Bubble Bath

All totaled I came up with a value of $35.60 for the Baby BumpBundle “Baby” box!  I thought this was awesome and think it would make a fabulous gift for a new mom.  It’s got a little of everything and hopefully would introduce mom to some new favorites!

What do you think of Baby BumpBundle?  If you are interested in ordering or just want to check out all their option, click here.  And don’t forget to use the code “BBB15” to save 15% off ANY Baby BumpBundle purchase!

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. megan

    Don’t forget you can have stuff delivered to your room at Disney up to one week before you arrive. I had a bottle of Soak and a case of water sent over along with kidsnacks from one of the amazon sites (Soap, I think?) Saved my bacon more than once. Soak is the best because you just fill the bathtub, soak the stuff, ring it out and hang out in that hot Orlando sun.

    1. Jennifer

      I have never had anything delivered to me at Disney. Tell me more!

      1. Stephanie

        Some people mail themselves a box of stuff and grocery delivery for snacks or breakfast in room type stuff people get from Garden grocer.

      2. megan

        It was really convenient. We got a case of water and juice for much MUCH cheaper than we could have bought in park. And I didn’t have to mess around with trying to go to Costco or anything. We checked in and someone literally brought it up from the desk within 30 minutes.

    1. Jennifer

      Thank you!

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