Each box will include 4 or more items that are selected based on the age and gender of your child. Items can include anything from toys, to books, food/snacks, household products for parents, and more. Babypallet also gives back. — 10% of their profits is donated to ChildFund International to help children in need.
Subscriptions are $29/month with free shipping, or less with multi-month commitments. (For a limited time, you can save 30% with coupon code “babypallet”.)
Let’s see what’s in my October 2015 Babypallet!
The box was shipped via priority mail and was chock full o’ packing paper.
I was happy to see that they included an info sheet this time (they didn’t for their first box). Always helpful! My girls are 3, but I don’t think this box is specifically tailored to that age… though it may have been? Anywhooo… Onto the goods!
Innobaby Keepaa Multi-Use Drink Holder ($6.76) – I’ve seen these in other baby boxes, but have yet to receive one myself. It’s a foldable juice box holder that also expands to fit cartons, pouches, and small bottles. It helps little ones easily hold their beverage without worrying about it being squeezed too hard and causing spillage.
Edushape Tangram Travel Set ($10.80) – Ooh! This is fun! It’s a foam travel-sized tangram set that includes 8 pieces along with 15 double-sided cards. It’s recommended for 3 years and up, which is understandable as I really struggled with fitting the pieces back into the square without looking at the “key” on the card. I did make a pretty sweet house though… 😉
Earth Mama Angel Baby Body Wash & Shampoo (~$1.50) – I’ve used this brand on the girls before and I like that it’s made with natural ingredients and doesn’t include parabens, phthalates, and all that other icky stuff. It’s also vegan and gluten-free.
NeatCheeks Face Wipes (~$2.50) – These have been popping up in a ton of baby boxes lately. They’re all natural face wipes infused with stevia so your kiddo won’t mind getting they’re face/mouth cleaned. A handy item to keep in your bag for dining out with little ones.
Amara Apple-Maqui Berry Organic Dried Baby Food (~$8) – I know this powdered baby food is popular, but my kids were never into it. No matter what brand I tried, they weren’t havin’ it. I like that they’re made with 100% organic fruit though, so rather than let them go to waste I use ’em in my smoothies. 🙂
October’s Babypallet wasn’t quite as impressive as August’s box, but it wasn’t bad by any means. My favorite item is definitely the tangram set. I did notice that most of the prices on the info card seemed a bit inflated, however the total value (using Amazon prices) comes to a little over $29, which is the cost of the month-to-month subscription.
Remember, if you’d like to sign up, you can save 30% on your first box with coupon code “babypallet”!
October 2015 Babypallet Review
Decent box. Would like to see more toys next time and products that better suit a single age group. Still, I like the brands that were included and for the most part, we’ll be able to use everything we received.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.