Want free baby stuff?
What about free stuff for new parents?
If you’re expecting a baby, then you’ve definitely come to the right place!
You’ll find lots of great freebies for moms and dads going through the various stages of pregnancy right here:
Amazon Children’s Kindle Book — Select the age range of your child and which free Kindle book you would like.
Honest Company — Choose your free discovery kit – either Diapers & Wipes for Essentials. This is the best way to try Honest Company products for babies.
Prenatal Vitamins — The free pre-natal vitamin program at Meijer launched in 2008, allowing you to choose from several well-known brands of prenatal vitamins — for free!
New Baby Announcements — Free baby announcements that you can personalize and send via email. Great for new parents, grandparents, even friends of the family to send to notify others of the new arrival!
Similac Formula & More — Free samples of Similac baby formula, plus lots of other fun stuff.
American Baby Magazine — Get a free 1-year subscription to this great monthly magazine for parents.
Back To Sleep Goodies — Free door hangers, magnets, and other materials reminding parents that babies should always sleep on their backs.
Pregnancy Journaling Cards — free printable colorful cards for moms to jot down random thoughts and discoveries.
Printable Baby Cards — Free cards that you can print and send to friends and family to invite them to your baby shower or announce your baby’s arrival.
Books Every Month — Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library provides free books for kids from birth to age 5!
Gerber Generation Nutrition Kit — Take this certificate to the hospital with you to receive your free baby kit with goodies inside. It’s perfect for holding your free sample of Gerber baby formula, free baby bib, and more.
Easy Reader Books — The US Department of Health offers 2 free oversized books. “Play Day in the Park” is for children ages 3 to 4 and encourages children to play outside, exercise, and discover the world around them. “Wally Bear’s Healthy Lifestyle” is for ages 5 to 6 and teaches kids about healthy choices.
Parents Magazine — Free subscription to a great magazine for new parents, just for asking!
Enfamil Toddler Sample — Free 10 oz. sample of Enfagrow Toddler Next Step.
Baby GaGa Pregnancy Calendar — A unique pregnancy calendar filled with hilarious weekly rants by a mom blogger, relevant pregnancy factoids, exclusive hand-drawn pregnancy cartoons, plus weekly developmental info on mom and baby.
Publix Baby Club — If you’re expecting a baby (or if your child is under 24 months old), you can sign up for free to receive lots of perks: coupons for free full-size baby products, free informative newsletters, and more.
Baby Talk Magazine — Free 1-year subscription. Each issue is nearly 100 pages… just like other parenting magazines! And it’s jam-packed with fun and information information for new parents.
Baby Name Art — The folks at BabyChatter will email you a file with a poem about your baby’s name as an attachment that is suitable for framing.
Pampers Freebies — Free samples, coupons, tips, and ideas for new parents.
Baby Growth Timeline Templates — Keep track of your baby’s key moments and milestones. You can add more events to the timeline, and keep it updated until your baby is a grown up.
More Free Stuff For Moms & Dads
In addition to the links I’ve included above, here are some other resources to help you find free baby stuff:
- Check out this other list of fun free stuff that I update regularly! (Check the comments too, for even more.)
- Don’t miss this fun collection of pregnancy and baby tickers.
- Here are a few more great places to find free baby stuff!
- Finally, Robin Weiss at the About Pregnancy site maintains the most extensive list of freebies for new parents that I’ve ever seen: pregnancy freebies galore. (Bonus tip: search “free” from her homepage)
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