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A Little Bundle Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2016

Haley Faye
ByHaley FayeSep 13, 2016 | 5 comments


A Little Bundle
2 overall rating
3 Ratings | 2 Reviews

A Little Bundle is a monthly subscription box designed for moms and babies. Their main focus is the quality of the products selected each month:

Here are the five main criteria we follow in choosing the bundle products:
1. non-toxic (of course!)
2. natural and organic preferred (this does not necessarily mean every item we choose is natural and organic.)
3. attention to detail during construction from the start to finish
4. proven to be efficient and functional
5. made with love and care

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The Subscription Box: A Little Bundle

The Cost: $49 a month ($46 a box with 3-month subscription, $43 a box with 6-month subscription)

COUPON: Save 15% off your first box with code HELLO15!

The Products: Quality products selected for mom and baby.

Ships to: US

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Each box comes with a card detailing the items included.


A Little Bundle Milk Power Onesie – value: $28

A Little Bundle prices their lifestyle brand at a higher price point, so keep that in mind. That being said, their onesies are high quality and have held up really well for me so far. “Milk Power,” is a cute sentiment (“milk power to all babies in the world!”) I suppose, but it’s not completely my taste. I also wonder if this may irk or alienate women who may have not been able to or chosen not to breastfeed. (FYI – there’s not a place to indicate whether or not you do in the profile.)

The Laundress Fabric Fresh Classic Spray – 2 fl oz, value: $8

This is a nontoxic fabric deodorant spray. It also has antibacterial properties, which I definitely appreciate. It smells great! Perfect to use on sheets, outerwear, shoes, luggage, and closets/drawers.

A LITTLE BUNDLE JULY 2016 - items 3

The Laundress Baby Laundry Detergent – sample (for 1 hand wash or small machine load)

Pilot Paper Card – value: $3

I love this phrase. In fact, one of my friends recently had this worked into her vows at her wedding! So cute, and perfect for a letter to your baby.

A LITTLE BUNDLE JULY 2016 - items 4

Kid O Wobble Toy, Raccoon – value: $8.99

This is a cute toy, but I don’t think it should be labeled for 1 year and up. This is a little simple of a thing for my 10-month-old to really sit and be interested in… I think he probably would have liked it more at a younger age during tummy time or when he was starting to bat at toys and such.

Verdict: I’m a little underwhelmed with this month’s A Little Bundle. I don’t love the onesie and I think the toy is a little young for my kid to like, but I will use everything anyways (I may gift the toy to Gideon’s younger cousin). The value adds up to ~$49.99, which breaks even with the cost of the box. Personally, I would like to see a box like this closer to a $30 cost, so I’m a little disappointed with this month. That being said, I have found some things I love from this sub in the past so I’m holding out hope to seeing better from future boxes.

What do you think about A Little Bundle?

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A Little Bundle is a monthly subscription box for moms and babies. Every bundle consists of four or more carefully hand-selected products for both the mother and child! These products are chosen for their intuitive and highly crafted origin and attention to detail - down to the very last stitch.... read more.
Haley Faye
Haley Faye
Haley Faye first discovered the wonderful world of subscription boxes in 2012 and began writing for MSA in 2014. Over the years, she has found many subscriptions to love. Now a mom of three, her favorite boxes are ones that dress her kids, help her get organized, feed her family, send her snacks, and offer educational fun for her children.

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Whether a baby is breastfed or bottle/formula fed it’s still considered “milk”. If it said something like “breast power” then that would certainly be alienating to moms not breastfeeding but isn’t “milk” universal?

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Haley Faye

Meg, thanks for your input on this! I had my first baby almost 11 months ago (so I haven’t been at this long!) and I don’t have mom friends around (except my 2 sister in laws, but they also breastfeed) so I guess that detail just hasn’t come up in my personal life. I’ve always thought you just refer to it as formula. You might be right – I’m just not sure! Maybe someone who uses formula can comment. It’d be good to know! Thanks so much for reading!

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I just had my baby 5 weeks ago and strictly use formula, we refer to it as milk. I think it’d be a little odd to go here’s your formula bottle… He considers it milk I assume.

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I breast fed and used formula for both of mine, and we always referred to all of it as “milk”….especially to the baby :o)

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