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Stork Stack Subscription Box Review – March 2014

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Stork Stack Subscription Box Review - March 2014 Box

Stork Stack is a monthly subscription box for babies, toddlers and moms! Each box includes items selected for your child’s age plus there’s usually a treat for mom too!

I like this subscription a lot to get quality baby gifts, and sometimes if I’m lucky – a gift for myself!

Stork Stack Subscription Box Review - March 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Stork Stack

The Cost: $27.99 a month

COUPON: Use code 57868BB1 to save $10 off your first box!

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

Check out all of my Stork Stack reviews and the Baby Subscription Box Directory!

Stork Stack Subscription Box Review - March 2014 Car

Baby Legs Racer Legwarmers – Value $12

Green Toys Race Car – Value $9

These two items are going to make the cutest little gift for a baby boy! And Baby Legs are always a hit as a gift in my experience.

Stork Stack Subscription Box Review - March 2014 Larabars

My Dentist’s Choice Tooth Tissues 3 (10 Packs) – Value $12

LaraBar Minis in Peanut Butter Cookie and Blueberry Muffin – Value $1

These Tooth Tissues are all natural, and I kind of want to use them on my dog, but I will resist and gift them to a new-mom friend instead! I also love these Larabar minis – they’re a perfect little snack and two of my favorite flavors!

Stork Stack Subscription Box Review - March 2014 Book

Child’s Play Hop a Little, Jump a Little! Board Book – Value $5

Verdict: I paid $28 for this box and received about $39 worth of products. I’m impressed with the quality of all the items in this box – and I think they will make great gifts!

What did you get your Stork Stack this month?

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.

8 Comments

  1. Hey Liz,

    I just read online Stork Stack has merged with Bluum? Can you verify? I never received my April box and trying to look up details. Thanks!

    • Yes – all Stork Stack subscriptions were converted to Bluum subscriptions. You now have to contact Bluum for anything with your account. Hope that helps!

  2. I got my first box today (April box), it was a huge disappointment. I received a board book ($7), wooden toy ($8), 1 oz wedela cream (estimated at $6, since 2.5 oz is $12), kind bar ($1), bowl made from reclaimed potatoes ($5) since this is small and the large one is $6 on Amazon. For a grand total of $27. The box sells for $28 per month. Yes I got a discount on my first box, but since the value wasn’t there I cancelled. Very easy to cancel online. Today I ordered Bluum and Citrus Lane to try

  3. I was not impressed with my box at all this month!! I have been a subscriber for over a year and I normally get everything they send on the e-card but this month I only received the baby legs, race car, the “Hop a Little, Jump a Little” book an two Lara bar mini’s (Apple pie and cherry pie). I was not really expecting the teeth wipes as I get the 18 month old box but I was hoping something else would be in place of them.

  4. I have a 6 month old, and we got:

    Legwarmers
    Bib (aden+anais)
    Book (Eating Well – this was kind of beat up so I’m sure it was a leftover)
    Edible finger paint
    Kind bar

    This was my first box and honestly I wasn’t really impressed. I’m trying out Citrus Lane and Bluum too, and will go from there to find the right box for my baby.

    • Let me know which one you like best. Im trying to decide on a box for my toddler as well.

  5. I have a 9-month-old girl, and we received:

    * Green Toys stacking cups. These are solid and versatile – you can stack them or nest them. Eleanor had fun with them in the bath, too. I hadn’t bought any stacking blocks or rings or anything for her yet, so I’m happy I don’t have to now!

    * Baby Legs – pink/yellow/orange. Super cute, but her thighs are really chunky, so I’m worried about them cutting off circulation. Probably fine, though!

    * Aiden & Anais cotton bib with monkeys. Larger than her infant bibs, smaller than the giant toddler bib she got when she was born. Totally useful and cute.

    * The Hop a Little, Jump a Little book, which she loves. She doesn’t have the patience for a lot of words on each page yet, so this larger board book with bright illustrations and just a few words was a hit.

    * Two Lara bars. Yum.

    Overall, this box was a win for me and my baby girl. So glad I stayed with them after the craziness in January…Feb. & March have been good boxes. 🙂

  6. What age was this for?

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