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SwiggyDiggyDoo Subscription Box Review – December 2014

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SwiggyDiggyDoo Subscription Box Review - December 2014 Box

SwiggyDiggyDoo  is a monthly subscription box for babies and toddlers that sends organic, eco-friendly, and modern items. Every box includes a custom-designed t-shirt as well as things like toys, crafts/activities, books, clothing, feeding items, and others.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

SwiggyDiggyDoo Subscription Box Review - December 2014 Items

The Subscription: SwiggyDiggyDoo

The Cost: $39.95/month

The Products: 3-5 items for ages 0-3, including a custom designed, limited edition shirt

Ships to: US

SwiggyDiggyDoo Subscription Box Review - December 2014 Info

Every box contains an info sheet that describes the featured items.

SwiggyDiggyDoo Subscription Box Review - December 2014 Blanket

Royal Baby Gray Organic Muslin Swaddling Blanket from Bambino Land – value: $14.99

This blanket feels really nice, and seems like it would be useful for a variety of things, including swaddling and other needs. To me, extra blankets are never a bad thing!

SwiggyDiggyDoo Subscription Box Review - December 2014 tee

Baby/Toddler Infinity Scarf from Deeks and Me – value: $12

SwiggyDiggyDoo Exclusive T-shirt – value: $10?

I’ve never seen an infinity scarf for little children. I think it’s absolutely adorable – it’s something that would make any little outfit extra cute but I would probably have a hard time justifying buying it myself, so I’m really glad it came in a box!

  SwiggyDiggyDoo Subscription Box Review - December 2014 Match Stacks

Match Stacks On the Farm Memory Game – value: $20

Re-Play 2 Pack Snack Stack – value: $5.99

This Match Stacks game is made from sustainable hardwoods and is made in America. You can use them as a memory game, to build vocabulary, or just as a toy to keep kids busy! This will be perfect for my nephew!

The Snack Stack is BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and made in America from recycled milk jugs. I think it’s perfect for snacks or even to hold toys while on the go.

Verdict: I’m impressed by SwiggyDiggyDoo! I love that they feature organic, eco-friendly, and modern items. They offer variations of their boxes for boys and for girls. This box is for a boy, but I really don’t know what would have been different in this box if it were for a girl. As far as value goes, everything adds up to about $63! I’m really happy with that value.

What do you think about this subscription?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.
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.

4 Comments

  1. There’s a reason no one has seen an infinity scarf for little ones–they’re not safe! I’m surprised they’re even sold in this day and age of kid safety consciousness. I’ve never been a “helicopter mom” but this is too big of a risk for me. The age range is also way to broad. A 6 month old and a 3 year old can’t share clothing unless you have a huge baby or a tiny toddler. But if you have only 1 child, and they happen to be 3, that leaves the game and the snack stack as the only useful and safe products in the box. Not worth $40 IMO.

  2. My thoughts exactly. Scarf is cute but dangerous so NO. (I can’t believe this even exists!?)

    Rest of the box is fine.

  3. When I look at everything individually it is all cute. It’s the kind of stuff I liked when my children were younger.

    Coming from the perspective of a mom to 2 active boys, I would be scared to have a baby/toddler wear an infinity scarf. Also is the box designed for ages 0-3? That is nice for moms with a couple of kids in that range, but what happens if you have a 6 month old or a 2.5 year old? The 6 month old can’t play memory and the 2.5 year doesn’t need to be swaddled. Also the t-shirt is short sleeves. My 6 year old has to be coaxed to wear short sleeves at his basketball games because he is cold. I think there are a lot of moms that would not be able to use a short sleeve shirt yet. I think 0-3 is a wide age span that covers a great amount of growth and development.

    I wouldn’t have commented so much, but the scarf caught me by surprise and then I took a closer look at the box. All that commentary when I am not the intended audience LOL.

  4. I love the idea of this sub, but I must say I was shocked to see an infinity scarf marketed to infants and toddlers. That’s an absolute choking/safety hazard.

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