Baby3&me November 2018 Review + 50% Coupon
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Baby3&Me is a new baby and toddler subscription box. There are two subscriptions, Treasure Chest, and Family Treasure Chest. The Treasure Chest is $39.00/month and comes with items for parents, along with trendy products in baby care and toddler development. Each box will contain 7 or more items for a total value of $75.00 or more. This box is specially designed for babies 0-6 months and toddlers age 2. Each box is personalized to each family, so you may not get the same items I received. When you sign up, you will answer three questions to help personalize the box.
The Family Treasure Chest is $85.00/month and comes with 12 gifts for parents and children. The Family Treasure Box will have a value of a $130.00 value.
Cost: Treasure Chest $39.00/month, Family Treasure Chest $85.00/month.
What's in the box? Each box contains 7 to 12 items for baby and parents, depending on what box you buy.
Shipping: Ships worldwide from the United States.
Everything shipped in a large blue box.
The card on top of the box had a welcome from Baby3&me.
Playtex Baby ABC Book $6.85 My boys had these type of book as a baby. This book is made of crinkle fabric and has all the letters of the alphabet in it. The edge of one page has three fabric tags and there is an orange rubber toy for your baby to chew on.
Himalayan Chief Himalayan Pink Salt – Course $5.96 I love cooking with Himalayan pink salt. This one is free from harmful additives and kosher, vegan and non-gmo. The bag is resealable, so you won't have to worry about the bag falling over and spilling in your cabinet.
Mamma Chia Squeeze – Cherry Beat $1.50 I am sure this is for the parents, but my 6-year-old will love it. I won't tell him it contains chia seeds and hopefully, he won't notice. This has 1200 mg of Omega 3s and has only 70 calories.
Nothing But The Fruit Grape Fruit Bites $1.00 My 5-year-old loves was happy to get these in his lunchbox. They are made with Concord grape puree concentrate, grape juice, and a few other ingredients.
Amish Wedding Old Fashioned Harvest Jam $2.64 This jam is perfect for lunches or homemade biscuits. This is a great tasting jam that has notes of cinnamon, apple, and cranberry. I loved it on my toast this morning.
Next by Nature Dark Chocolate Blueberries $6.99 I love getting dark chocolate in subscription boxes. These are little blueberries in dark chocolate. They are all natural, gluten free and you can get 1/2 the bag in one serving, My dad loves chocolate and fruit together, so I am going to share these with him. My only critique is the packaging is hard to open.
Frog Bath Puppet $1.00 Your child can play and wash with this bath puppet. My kids still love having toys in the bathtub and shower. If you are concerned with mold growing in bath toys, your child can play with this outside the tub.
Count & Find 100 Frogs & 10 Flies $3.98 When I was growing up, I used to have a huge collection of frogs, so I am loving the frog items. This book has frogs and flies to count. Even when your child outgrows the board book, they can still use the numbers at the top to practice counting to 100.
Chick Pea Hooded Towel $9.99 (regularly $21.00) I loved hooded towels for my kids when they were small. Babies and toddlers stay warm and you don't have to worry about the towel falling off. The towel measures 30″ x 30″, so it will work for your little one for a long time.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $51.98. I love the hooded towel and the Melissa & Doug stacking toy. I like that there were food items for parents too. This is a great box for families and would be a great family Christmas gift. If you want to subscribe, use the coupon HALFOFF to save 50% on your 1st box.
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