A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from a reader named Michelle, who was quite eager to share her new business venture with me, called Baby Bump Bundle.
Michelle and her co-founder Mairead, who is also a new mom, own and operate the new small business in Boston, MA. One of the cool things that immediately caught my attention when Michelle emailed me though, is that the focus is on none other than the MOM!
More from Michelle and Mairead…
“The baby shower is the time to give lots of gifts focused on the new baby, but what about the mom during the 9 months of pregnancy. She is going through emotional and physical changes like never before and deserves a few pick me ups! So that is where the BumpBundle concept was born. A perfect gift for a pregnant modern mom’s birthday, anniversary, or as a congratulations for becoming preggers. Or how about Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, etc…the list goes on!”
*One thing to note – this particular BumpBundle was tailored towards Valentine’s Day, hence all of the extra reds, pinks, and hearts. Since today is Valentine’s Day, BBB is still extending their V-Day sale which you can find on their website.
One of the things I find to be most cool is that the BumpBundles are geared toward each trimester of pregnancy, to help focus on the various things that may be happening during that time. In my first trimester BumpBundle, I received…
An Ingrid & Isabel Bellaband (which even came the correct size – something I was curious about).
An adorable pink and black scarf.
And a pretty shade of pregnancy-safe Knocked Up Nails nail polish.
I loved absolutely everything in my bundle, right down to the personalized card, and I can totally see how these could all be things geared toward the first trimester. I’m so curious to see what would be in the second and third trimesters! 😉
Michelle explained that, while they are still in the beginning phases of their company, they will eventually offer a subscription type service where you can buy a gift of three care packages (i.e., BumpBundles!) which will arrive to the expecting mother in each of her three trimesters.
Since they are just starting out, they don’t have all of their BumpBundles available, but they do still currently have their Valentine’s Day bundle (which, as Michelle said, would not be all hearts and roses post-Valentine’s Day). Perhaps a fun idea to treat yourself or someone you know who is currently expecting?
*Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this review post, but I did receive a BumpBundle free of charge in exchange for the review.