Box: Citrus Lane (50% off first box with this link)
Includes: Variety of best items for your 0-5 baby, based on his or her age.
Cost: $29+ free shipping (as low as $19/month with annual subscription)
I know most people look forward to dressing up little guys, but I’ve always been partial to baby boy clothes. Whether it’s a plain white onesie or a 3 piece suit, I just think little boys clothing is adorable! For some reason I shy away from a lot of cartoons or sayings on the clothing. Give me a distinguished plaid oxford and khaki shorts and I just swoon. So when I opened this month’s Citrus Lane box to see a plain, well-made onesie, I was very excited! My love affair with baby subscription boxes continues!
TEA COLLECTION – LUDWIG HENLEY BODYSUIT ($26.50)
This long-sleeved henley bodysuit (12 – 18m) is the perfect addition to Little Guy’s wardrobe. It’s cute and simple, but still has lovely detail and is high quality. A discount code for tea collection was also included. Their clothes are fairly expensive for babies, but they are so dang cute that I may break down and use it.
BOON FLEET STACKING BOATS ($9.99)
Yay for new bath toys! Little Guy has a ton of squirting animals, which he loves, but having a little variety never hurt. These cute boats from Boon nest really neatly inside each other, and allow us to wage maritime battles between squirting piggy and squirting puffer-fish. I can also sneak in a little rinse down as these conveniently double as scoops. Cute, fun and functional! Boon typically has beautiful clean design and bright colors, and these boats are no exception. They could include Boon every month and I wouldn’t be disappointed.
MRS. MEYER’S CLEAN DAY RADISH DISH SOAP (~$1)
After trying on my own to imagine why radishes should be added to dish soap, I finally went to the Mrs. Meyer’s website. I’m still not sure I understand (something about cleaners should smell like a garden, not chemicals), but I have to admit the crisp scent smells great. They offer a variety of scents in an array of household products. This is billed as being tough on grease, yet gentle, and contains Soap Bark Extract. I have no idea what that is. I have been using this to clean Little Guy’s bottles and dishes, and it seems to do an effective job. I’m a cautious fan!
HAPPY BABY STAGE 2 ORGANIC BABY POUCH (~$1.50)
We have purchased this exact food (flavor & everything) from Costco, so this wasn’t the most exciting pick. The good news is that it’s a household favorite, so it definitely won’t go to waste.
I loved the contents of this month’s box – there was nothing that we couldn’t use and I was thrilled to get clothing. The total value of the box was about $39, most of that in the clothing and bath toys. Because I purchased an annual subscription during their semi-annual sale, each box only costs me about $16! As always, I appreciate the high quality of the brands selected, and the ingredient-consciousness of this subscription.
Citrus Lane also advertised their new iPhone app, which allows you to more easily purchase from their website. Although I’ve added items once or twice, I don’t do it frequently enough to justify ANOTHER app that I will forget I even own.