Good point about being a beginner. Before you can play lots of drums well, it helps to be able to play one
drum moderately well
I keep a boogaraboo around mainly for gig situations where I'm asked to play some accompaniment, possibly with a few other musicians who might play guitar, or piano, or whatever. A djembe usually sounds like shattering glass in that kind of environment, and the boogaraboo fits in much better.
And I have four djembes (soon to be three) that I use for djembe performances and teaching. Two are essential in that situation because, like it or not, skins have a habit of breaking at the worse possible moment. If anything important comes up, I always have second drum ready to go. (The third and fourth djembe I own because I can't help myself