This post is sponsored by Babbleboxx, however, all opinions are my own.
Spring is here!
I am so glad winter is finally over. Now that the weather is warmer, it’s time for the kids to have a bit of fun! This month’s Babbleboxx features some amazing products just for kids. From comfy clothing for baby to fun out of the box project ideas for older kids.
Grow & Fit Bodysuits from Fruit of the Loom
The last six months have flown by exponentially since Aaryn was born. Now that she is starting to crawl and move around more, it’s important that she is just as comfortable in her clothing as I am.
Grow & Fit Bodysuits from Fruit of the Loom are the perfect breathable option for your baby. It fits any baby and any shape, allowing her to maintain excellent mobility along the way. And since she is starting to crawl around more, having durable fabric and clothing for her is very necessary.
Not only does the fabric hold against baby wear and tear, but it is also made with ultra-soft, light pique also mesh fabric, providing her with the ultimate level of comfort.
Find out more about Fruit of the Loom Grow & Fit bodysuits, here.
Our son loves to create. Since he is very hands-on, and loves to tinker and build, a subscription box to KiwiCo is perfect for him! KiwiCo is a monthly subscription crate that comes filled with age-appropriate STEAM projects for kids, from toddlers to teenagers.
Each box comes with a preselected activity, as well as materials and booklet with everything needed to create the project. KiwiCo isn’t just for older children either.
There are several crates and each one comes with an age-appropriate activity for that specified age group.
- The Tadpole Crate (12-36 months) includes information, inspiration, and products that help with your toddler’s development and creativity.
- The Koala Crate (3-4 years) focuses on play-based learning.
- The Kiwi Crate (5-8 years) inspires kids’ creativity.
- The Atlas Crate (6-11 years) teaches young explorers about the world through globally inspired projects.
- The Tinker Crate (9-16+ years) encourages experimentation in science and engineering by focusing on hands-on learning.
- The Doodle Crate (9-16+ years) focuses on art-based projects in order to build confidence and creativity.
- The Eureka Crate (14+ years) teaches how to apply principles of science and math to the design of everyday items.
Shampoo & Conditioner from Snip-its
Isla and Sarah are our little swimmers. Now that it’s time for the pool to open back up in a few short weeks, this means that I need to have everything on hand to keep their hair protected from the harsh chlorine.
Snip-its Swimmer’s Solution is a clarifying shampoo that purifies the hair and scalp without stripping natural oils and luster. We pair it with Snip-its No Yellin’ Melon crème conditioner that is perfect for daily hair nourishment. With ingredients like Jojoba and Panthenol, they naturally restore critical moisture and strength to the girl’s hair.
Special Offer: This May and June you can get the Swimmer’s Duo for $20! Plus, go to a salon in May or June and get $3 off a Kid’s Regular Haircut. CODE: SPRING. Expires 6/30/2019.
Lunch Notes from Me! from MyWish4U
My older kids know that their parents love a good joke! I was so thrilled to see this month’s box included 2 books of tear-off notes are from our popular Lunch Notes from Me! series.
These are the perfect way to let your kids know you’re thinking about them even when you’re not there. Plus it’s filled with cool facts and riddles teach them something and make them laugh, too. Your kids will love them and so will their friends. It’s also a fun way for kids to engage with other kids.
Fun school lunch notes are not only fun for the lunch box, but can also be placed in a sleep away bag or given to them at camp.
Which product are you looking forward to trying this spring? Let me know in the comments below or follow me on social @NatashaVBrown and let’s talk about it!
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