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Calendar June 3, 2013 06/03/13 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 5 Comments 5

Stork Stack: June 2013: Picnic Party!

This is my second month with Stork Stack.  I wasn't blown away with my May box, and I was hoping June would be better.  I was really happy with my June box.  My box was for a 14 1/2 month old boy “T”. This month's theme was picnic party and I thought Stork Stack really kept with the theme.  Stork Stack ships their boxes from Chicago, IL on the first of the month.  I was really happy to get my box today (June 3), since the 1st was a Saturday.  I live in Indiana, to give you an idea on shipping times.

Here is what was in my box:
I love how Stork Stack packages their items
First Look
Entire Box
Barbara's Snackimals Cookies ($0.99)  This is cinnamon crunch flavor and each piece is shaped like animals.  The packaging is made from 100% recycled cartons that are made with 100% clean energy, are 100% carbon neutral and they use environmentally friendly inks.  These look tasty and I think T will like them
Sassy Baby 9 oz Grow Up Cup ($7.00) This cup is supposed to teach your child to be able to drink from a regular cup without spilling liquid all over themselves.  I am trying to teach T to use a cup, so this will be used.
GimMe Health Foods: Roasted Seaweed Sheets-Mom Treat ($1.19)
The founder grew up in Korea where seaweed is very popular.  I look forward to trying this and will even let my almost 4 year old L try it.
Tree Hopper Toys: Animal Jalopies ($15.99) I love wooden toys.  They last forever and are safe for children.  This is made by a family owned company near Chicago.  They use American hardwoods for materials.  This is well crafted and I love it.
Susan Brown's Baby: Moisturizing Cleansing Cloths ($13.99)
These are oil free, chlorine free, dermatologist tested and hypoallergenic.  We use generic baby wipes at our house.  They work great and are cheap.  I will use these wipes but would never pay $14.00 for baby wipes.

 Final Thought: I really liked this box.  It went well with the theme.  You would have snacks for each person and a drink for baby, baby wipes for messes and a toy on a picnic.  I thought the wipes were very over priced but loved the seaweed, cup, wooden toy and cookies.  I planned to cancel but I am keeping this another month.

If you want to try Stork Stack, go to go to www.storkstack.com and enter code EA4827B9 at check out.  You will save $10.00 on your first box.

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This entry was posted in Children Subscriptions, Stork Stack Reviews and tagged: on Monday, June 3rd, 2013 by Subscription Box Mom

5 Comment(s)

  1. Ricki, June 8, 2013:

    Such a cute box! I need to get one of those cups for my older daughter! They look so cool! We got the 7 month box and just got a soft pack of the wipes. So weird!

  2. Shana, June 8, 2013:

    I wish I got the cup! I have a 10m old and we could have used the cup not the feeder teether.

  3. karlita_9151, June 9, 2013:

    soo adorable and love the cup!

  4. Mary-Kate, June 9, 2013:

    I love the cereal! It’s a favorite here! :)

  5. Shantele Sorys, June 9, 2013:

    I didn’t like June’s storkstack. ;( The seaweed was gross. You have to have taste for it I guess. The cup looks pretty cool. I have a 4 month old, so I didn’t get the cool cup. ;(

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