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My friend Chelsey is pregnant, so I encouraged her to sign up for as many baby registry welcome boxes as she could just so we could share all the details with you. Over the next few weeks we’ll get an in-depth look at every registry box there is!
I’m now on my fourth registry bag or box, and I’m starting to rack up quite the collection! One thing that’s nice about signing up for several different ones is I’ve ended up with multiple brands of bottles and pacifiers, so I’ll be able to see which one this baby prefers without spending any money—and that’s always a win for me. Today I’ll be reviewing the Buy Buy Baby Welcome Bag, which is totally FREE but that does require you to go into the store to receive.
Everything in the Buy Buy Baby Baby Registry Welcome Bag + Review
The first step is obviously to go to the Buy Buy Baby website and create a registry. The website isn’t super easy to navigate when it comes to the registry, either before or after you sign up. Before you’ve created your registry, you can see all all the benefits by going to the registry benefits page.
If you scroll down on that page, you’ll see some of the different benefits that go along with creating a registry.
The next step, then, is to actually create your registry, which will require creating an account if you don’t already have one.
Once you’ve made your registry, though, I found it pretty impossible to get back to this page! Thankfully, you don’t really need to. As you can see on the Free goody bag details page, you have to go into the store to get your Buy Buy Baby Baby Registry Welcome Bag.
I signed up for the registry on September 23, but didn’t make it to the store until October 25. However, in between those dates I did receive a note in the mail from the manager of the store in my city inviting me to come in and get my bag and create my registry.
The website didn’t give any details about how to get the bag other than just to go to the store, so when I walked in, I went to the first employee I saw and told them I had come to get my welcome bag. They didn’t ask my name or anything—I just told them I had a registry and had come to get my bag, and they gave it to me. It took all of 2 minutes from the time I got out of my car to the time I got back in.
The bag is just a brown paper bag with the Buy Buy Baby logo on it, probably the least durable of any of the boxes or bags I’ve gotten so far. It included a flyer with upcoming events at the local store as well as all of the following:
Boogie Wipes sample
Avent 4-oz bottle
Noodle and Boo laundry detergent and newborn body wash and lotion
Coupons and baby products ads
Babyganics lotion sample
Pampers diaper kit (small zippered bag with 1 diaper and wipes)
Baby on board sign for car
Mustela lotion sample and coupon
Aquaphor healing ointment sample
Honest Company face and body lotion sample
Honest Company shampoo and body wash sample
Honest Company wipes sample
Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula sample
Mommy’s Bliss gripe water sample
OXO tot baby food freezer tray
Here is everything that was in the bag all laid out together:
This bag would be worth getting as long as you have a store in your area, since you’ll have to go there to get it. The closest one to me is 25 minutes away, so I waited until I had a few more errands out that way before I went to pick up the bag. And it was totally worth it!
Check out other registry welcome boxes we’ve reviewed: