Amazon Baby Welcome Box Review

Amazon Baby Welcome Box Review

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Yay! Another free sample box full of baby items!

I had been debating about getting this box for a couple months because I knew that in order to be eligible to receive it I needed to create an Amazon baby registry and then make a minimum purchase of $10 from that registry. That wasn't a problem at all, except I didn't know what I wanted to buy. I thought about buying a pack of diapers but I would rather drive down the street and buy some at the store. So when Jill Krause, the blogger behind Baby Rabies announced that she had a book coming out, I decided that would be my purchase. At the time I ordered, the book cost less than $15 including shipping. You can check it out here

Getting this box was more time consuming than I thought it would be, and a lot more complicated than other blogs had let on. To receive this box for free I needed to complete the following steps:

1. Create an Amazon Prime account. I signed up for the one month free trial. 

2. Create a baby registry.

3. Add one item from each category of the Amazon baby section to your registry. This is the step that I didn't know about until I couldn't figure out why I still wasn't eligible for the box. You have to add an item from each category, for example, I needed to add a stroller, a car seat, and a separate travel system to my registry. 

4. Minimum purchase of $10 from registry. You can purchase this on your own, or you can wait until someone else purchases a gift for you. I added the book I wanted to my registry and purchased it from there. 

Once you complete each step, you can then add the box to your cart and "checkout." It was completely free - I didn't even have to pay shipping!

And now a look inside the box I received! 

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My favorite part of this box was this muslin swaddle from Amazing Baby.

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It has this adorable zebra print all over. 

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The box included 4 samples of different baby washes and lotions.

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A two-pack of Nuk pacifiers

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This sweet elephant bodysuit made from organic cotton from Moon and Back

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Here is a closer look at the print of the bodysuit:

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The box included these Lysol wipes. They claim to be safer to use than regular Lysol wipes, so I can't wait to try them. 

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The box also included a small Avent bottle.

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A pack of Huggies Natural Care wipes

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And this sweet sheep bib.

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This box had more full-sized products than all of the other baby boxes I have received, so I was definitely pleased with it. I think this box is valued at $30-$35, so it was definitely worth creating an Amazon registry for. You can find more information about this box here.

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