Our Subscription Box KIDS Favorites for September 2021!
Welcome to our monthly post highlighting our favorite discoveries in a new category: KIDS subscription boxes! Here are our favorite children’s books, kids clothing items, art projects, and more from the past month:
The Item: Our whole box!
The Cost: $24.95
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Why I love it: This month our book selections were so fun with an interactive board book about a cute dragon, a clever seasonal book about a trick-or-treating Frankenstein, and a book with a great lesson about not being afraid to stand out. The curation was perfectly suited to my children who are of varying ages, and even I enjoyed reading these more than once!
The Cost: $29
COUPON: Use code SPRING15 to get $15 off your first order!
Why I love it: For an FTM, who didn’t know where to begin looking for baby clothes, Upchoose has made it really easy and introduced me to some of my favorite organic baby clothing brands such as L’ovedbaby. This is a geniously designed footie. Double zips might be great for a quick diaper check but when you need to change outfits, you basically have to put the footie back on in order to take it off. But with this footie, you can unzip to check, then just keep unzipping all the way up to the top to take it off. But what I really love about this footie are the elasticized ankle backs that keep the foot part on even when you’ve just sized up and it’s still slightly too long. The color is so gorgeous too!
The Item: DIY Dragon Wagon
The Cost: n/a
From: Koala Crate
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Why I love it: My three-year-old daughter and I loved this project. Building the wagon was really age-appropriate and fun, and the wagon itself is surprisingly sturdy. It’s lasted several weeks now, and it’s easy to pull the dragon head out of the wagon so it can be a character for imaginative play.
What do you think of our kids’ subscription box favorites for September? And what discoveries ended up being a fave for you and your kid(s)?