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Stork Stack Review & $10 Off Coupon! Monthly Baby Subscription Boxes

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Stork Stack Review - March 2013 Box - Monthly Baby Subscription Boxes

This is my first Stork Stack and I love the packaging!

Stork Stack Review - March 2013 Box - Monthly Baby Subscription Boxes
The Box: Stork Stack

The Cost: $27 a month

COUPON: Use code FA932A79 to save $10 off your first box!

The Products: Full sized products customized to your child’s age (3rd trimester to 3rd year)

Stork Stack Review - March 2013 Box - Monthly Baby Subscription Boxes
Weleda Calendula Diaper Care – FULL SIZE! Value $13.50

Wee Can Too – The Original Naturally Safe Finger Paint – Value $7

I didn’t even know products like this existed, but as soon as I read about it, it made so much sense. These natural finger paints are vegan, organic, and wheat and sugar free. I also love that they color these paints with real fruits and veggies like beets and spinach!
Stork Stack Review - March 2013 Box - Monthly Baby Subscription Boxes

Wimmer-Ferguson Soothing Silicone Teether – Value $7

This teether is BPA, phthalate and PVC-free AND dishwasher safe – love it!

Simple Squares – Value $2.49

I think I sampled these before through Yuzen, and I’m happy to have more! These bars are gluten, dairy and soy free too!

Stork Stack Review - March 2013 Box - Monthly Baby Subscription Boxes

“Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” By Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle – Value $7.99


Verdict: This Stork Stack box had a great value ($38) and I love that everything is full sized. I’m always looking for subscription box gift ideas  for my new-mom friends, and since this box is all full sized items based on your baby’s age, it truly feels like a gift!

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. If customer service is of any importance to you, avoid this company. After an erroneous order, I contacted the company and received a fast callback by a very kind and understanding woman. She said a refund would be no problem. I hadn’t received the box yet so I assumed it was a done deal.

    A day or so later I had no refund yet, but I did receive an email from the “CEO” Chris informing me a refund wasn’t happening due to the box already being shipped, etc. Long story short, he and I had multiple emails back and forth where his stubborn, pigheaded need to be right superseded his need to honor what the original person I spoke to had told me about a refund. Let’s just say the emails got so wild and out of control that finally, after I said I would be writing a review of their company and their box (which arrived in the midst of the communication) based on my experience. Here is what I got back from the “CEO” (which I put in quotes because of it’s pretentiousness for a 6 person family business):

    “I will issue you a refund, but I would like to just spend a moment letting you know why I don’t want to so you can fully understand the situation. We are a small family business (6 people). Mary, whom you spoke with originally, is my mom. When I refund you for products that we already bought + the shipping that we already paid for + the referral, it will cost us $29. We cannot use the products again once they are returned to us, so it is just a loss for our family. We aren’t a big multi-million dollar enterprise, but rather, me, my fiance, my mom, my childhood friend, her husband, and my cousin. We cannot just lose $29 each time someone requests a refund even though it is no fault of ours.

    Since you are threatening to blackmail me by trying to ruin our company and our livelihood by ruining our name to people who may purchase in the future, I will refund your payment.”

    So there you have it. Make your choice accordingly. The box? Meh. My friends all get Citrus Lane and love it. This box was absolutely, positively not worth $28.A book, finger puppet, socks, and volume 3 of a 12 part French DVD series. My baby is 11 months old. Ask me if I am sitting him in front of the TV to become bilingual. I am not.

  2. I just got my stork box.. definate bummer… I got a bag of chips, chocolate milk and a french DVD oohh, and lets not forget the PINK socks for my 2yo SON… All the other month boxes looked awesome so I so was excited…. I will stick with citrus lane, I loved their box of goodies!

  3. Ahhhh Im trying to decide between Bluum, Stork, and Citrus…. Please which one in your opinion is the best for the money??

  4. I’m hoping to convince a relative to get my daughter a sub for that for her birthday, but I’ve been debating between Stork Stack and Citrus Lane- both have had boxes I think my daughter would really like so I’m just not sure.

    • Hey Lauren

      i receive Citrus Lane for my baby (gift from a friend) and am happy with it. It is also a few dollars cheaper than the stork stack. If you know someone who already receives it they can get you (or the gift giver in question) a $10 coupon/discount off their subscription. and you could find people on the CL facebook page throwing out their info. just for that purpose. Hope that helps.

  5. Is this available in Canada?

    • Sorry – I just checked their FAQ, looks like they only ship to the US and US territories right now.



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