Totally Free Baby Stuff

Warning! That Totally Free Baby Stuff Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be!

Free baby stuff for expecting mothers sounds like a good idea, but most of it is junk! We’ve got the lowdown on the totally free baby stuff worth claiming!

Totally Free Baby Stuff

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The Totally Free Baby Stuff Worth Claiming

One of the perks of being pregnant is that you have the chance to claim a whole host of free stuff from companies who want you to try their products.

Sounds good right? Well there is a downside.

First up you find yourself paying the shipping for things you didn’t even want just because the product itself is free.

And second up you end up with a load of “stuff” that you also didn’t really want at a time when you are going to be inundated with so much baby paraphernalia that you really do need and space suddenly becomes a premium!

My twins just turned five and I’m not kidding you I just donated a box full of that free baby stuff by mail I was so keen to claim but in reality we had no need for!

Don’t get me wrong, there are some good baby freebies out there and if you keep reading I’ll tell you which ones I think are worth your time to claim.

A Baby Registry

Of course the best way to get “totally free baby stuff” is to list exactly what you want on your baby registry.

The Amazon registry is loved by our readers because:

  • Amazon is a well known brand so friends and family feel comfortable buying gifts from them
  • The registry is universal so you can actually add items from other stores
  • You get a free 90 day return period on all Baby Store purchases
  • If there are still items left on your list when the baby arrives you get a 10% discount (or 15% if you’re an Amazon Mom) if you buy the items yourself!

Get 30 Days Free to Amazon Family

If you’re not an Amazon Mom yet then you definitely need to take advantage of the free trial to Amazon Family.

Not only do you get free shipping and access to hundreds of hours of free TV programmes and movies (which you will value even more when you’re awake for half the night with your baby!) you also get 20% off diaper subscriptions. And that alone could cover the cost of your annual Amazon Family subscription fee!

Which is why registering for a free trial of Amazon Family is a no brainer!

Best Online Birthing Class – Free Trial

Best Online Birthing Class - Free Trial

A prenatal class is a must do so you know what to expect in the delivery room (or at home if that’s where you’re planning on giving birth).

But life is busy and it can be hard to find the time (or the energy) to get to a real life class.

So that’s my why my friend Hilary decided to put all the advice she’s gathered over the last 15 years working as a labor and delivery nurse into an online birthing class.

So you can get all the information you need from the comfort of your own couch (and you don’t have to worry about your significant other turning squeamish in a room full of people!)

Register here for her free trial class so you can decide whether it’s the right online birthing class for you.

8 thoughts on “Warning! That Totally Free Baby Stuff Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be!”

  1. I’m sharing! I know some new grandmothers who would love to help out with some freebies.

  2. I’m sharing! I know some new grandmothers who would love to help out with some freebies.

  3. Hello! First of all, THANK YOU for the opportunity to get these items for such a steal. As a first time parent, it helps exponentially. I have a few issue with a couple items. The huggies trial, aveno lotion, and the relief kit do not open for me. It takes me to a spam page. I am not sure if I am not clicking correctly, but I have tried clicking the picture and the link in the description and both pop up to the same ad page. If anyone has any tips on how to get around this I would greatly appreciate the help :). Thanks again for the opportunity to receive these items!

  4. clareswindlehurst

    Hi Ashley – I’m so glad you found these deals useful. I am concerned about your experience with those three sites though. They seem to be working just fine at the moment – can I check that you are in the US?

  5. Ahhh!! That could be why. My husband is in the military and we are stationed in Japan. So I am not in the states. Would it be acceptable for my mother to place the order on my behalf and she can send it to me personally? Thank you for the reply 🙂

  6. I tried as well. It keeps asking me to sign up for newsletters for Big 5 sporting goods store. And I live in the US.

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