I love getting mail. More specifically, I love getting some of the coolest new products for babies and moms delivered to my door in an adorable box.

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TeetheMe is a subscription service and community for moms to help us wade through the zillions of baby products flooding the market. Every month, 4 or 5 of the hottest items are shipped right to your door, hand picked by in-the-know moms and tailored to your child’s age (anywhere from newborn to 3 years).  Then you can log in to their online community to rate and give feedback on your items and discuss everything kid and baby related with other Teethers. At $24 a month, it would be a fantastic shower gift!

But I know what you really want to know is – WHAT’S IN THE BOX?

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Here’s the full scoop on what I got (for the record, this box was specifically for Caroline):

Earth Mama Angel Baby Bottom Balm – a company I already love and trust and perfect for Caroline’s super sore bottom.

NurturMe organic, gluten-free dried fruits and veggies – Four packets of NurturMe dried organic baby food (2 peas and 2 apples). Since we’re past the pureed food stage I mixed the apples with yogurt and the peas with mac’n’cheese and the kids LOVED it.

Dr. Bloom Chewable Jewels – Rectangle pendent necklace and a bracelet that are 100% safe for teething babies to chew on. Caroline LOVES these sort of a ridiculous amount, especially with her canines coming through.

Dr. Robin for kids – Samples of their all-natural, chemical free lotion, baby shampoo and sunscreen.

Bridgewater Candle Company – a votive sized spring-scented candle from a company that is working to end child hunger.

Greenleaf Scented Envelope Sachet – OH MY GOD, the whole box smelled FANTASTIC thanks to the classic linen sachet. They suggest putting it in the bottom of a trash can, diaper pail or hamper but I tucked mine into a bookcase and shake it every couple of days to refresh the scent.

Since the Chewable Jewels on their own retail for about $20, I’d say this was a great deal. I also loved learning about new products – I never would have known about NurturMe baby food and now I can’t wait to sneak more peas into the kids. And if you get something in your box you really really love, you can visit TeetheMe.com to buy more!

Here’s Caroline checking out some of our haul:

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Uh, maybe we should open that before you try to eat it?

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That's much better for biting!

If you’re ready to be a Teether too, sign up on the TeetheMe website! If you buy a six month membership you get 1 month free and if you buy a whole year’s membership you get 2 months free! Like I said, this would be a GREAT shower gift – what new mom doesn’t want to try out all the hottest baby stuff?

Disclaimer: I was provided with a 1 month trial of TeetheMe free of charge for review purposes, but no other compensation was provided.  All opinions and photos are my own.

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10 Responses to “TeetheMe!”

  1. Audrey says:

    Okay, I know I say this every time you post anything about her, but I really am convinced our daughters are quite possibly dopplegangers. I was just about to post how Del is FINALLY getting her canines, the uppers at least. That picture of her with the teething ring makes me think of Labyrinth and the door knockers.

  2. I love this. Most of the box services I wouldnt buy what they put in them. This is all very useful stuff. I like colorful, practical, fun products. Let me know what you think of the sunscreen, we are currently searching for a waterproof natural sunscreen option for Elena.

    • bebehblog says:

      I’ll definitely let you (and the ladies below) know about the sunscreen. I used the body lotion and the bath wash, which were both nice, but hard to judge whether or not I’d put them in the “must buy again” category because they were small.

  3. barbra says:

    Ditto on the sunscreen. Also, do you plan to continue the subscription after your free trial is up?
    What sort of things would be in a box for Evan’s age?

    p.s. on the dried food, is it freeze dried chunks of whole fruits/veggies or is it more of a powder to mix into a puree? I’m always on the search for healthy crunchy stuff my kid will eat.

    • bebehblog says:

      I’m going to buy myself a 6 month subscription once my I get a couple months of ad payments in my Paypal account. It’s definitely in the “fun thing” category and not the “diapers and milk” category of parental needs but I do love the service. I’m not sure what comes in the box for older kids – I suspect the Dr. Robin samples, the candle and the sachet would be in most boxes. I’m sure it would be cool though!

      The food is powdered, and meant to be mixed with water or breastmilk to make traditional baby food, but it was perfect for adding to other stuff!

  4. Emily says:

    Ditto x3 on the sunscreen… I feel weird putting chemically sunscreen all over Kai, but the poor kid is so fair, he’ll be a lobster if I don’t!

  5. Melissa says:

    Thanks for sharing this! I’ve been wanting to try a few of the “box” subscriptions.

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  7. Erica C says:

    I just got a box in the mail today, and I’m kinda disappointed! I got two sets of the teething necklace/bracelet, two little tubs of the bottom balm and 7 packets of the food. None of the other stuff. I’m not complaining about the products, I like them all! I just wish I got more of the variety. I would be ok with two of the teething necklaces if they were different colors. I kinda feel like stuff just got chunked in the box. :( I did get this box with a half off coupon I purchased from Mamapedia so I’m wondering if that’s why.

    • bebehblog says:

      Aw, it’s too bad the chewable jewels aren’t different, that would have been cool! I don’t know ANYTHING about the back end workings of the company but maybe you had less variety because your May box came later than mine?

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