I didn’t bother trying to track my Citrus Lane box at all this month, and — BAM! — it just showed up. I think I’m going to forgo tracking altogether… It’s a lot more fun (and less frustrating) this way.
If you haven’t heard, Citrus Lane is a monthly subscription for babies/kids aged newborn-5. It’s $29/month (less with longer term subscriptions) and includes a nice assortment of toys, books, snacks, toiletries, etc. Sometimes they even include a gift for mom. It’s by far one of my favorite boxes to open each month.
My girls are 2 and a half, so this box is geared towards that age.
Let’s see what’s inside our February Citrus Lane box!
First look: The traditional Citrus Lane yellow tissue paper/sticker combo.
As always, the info card listed everything inside and included a few discount codes on additional items.
Skip Hop Snack Bag Set (Bee) ($6.98) – Okay, so we don’t need any more snack bags in this house, but these are too flippin’ cute not to use! The set includes a flat sandwich bag and a stand-up snack bag/pouch. Both feature zippered openings, food-safe interiors, and are made with BPA-free material. I love that the snack bag stands on its own and even has a little strap/handle for your little one to easily hold upright. Adorable!
Mudpuppy Picnic Time Puzzle Wheel ($9.99) – We’ve got a TON of puzzles, but none like this. It’s a neat circular puzzle that joins together via a single center piece. One side features illustrations of cute bear cubs, and the reverse is a color wheel. It’s a lot larger than I thought too… The completed puzzle is 12 inches in diameter.
Skip Through the Seasons from Barefoot Books ($6.99) – We actually already have this book (not sure where we got it), but it’s cute so I don’t mind having two. It’s a seek-and-find book that depicts one of the twelve months on every page spread.
YumEarth Naturals Sour Beans (~$1.00) – I love this brand because they don’t use gelatin in any of their products (so I can eat ’em!). They also use real fruit extracts and natural colors. I had one of these packets yesterday, and while I’m not crazy about sour things, they were surprisingly tasty.
Overall, I enjoyed this month’s box. Even though we already have the book, I’m happy with everything we received. The total value of all the items (using Amazon prices) comes to roughly $25, which is actually a little less than the cost of the monthly subscription. I did use Amazon prices though, so I’m sure the retail prices were closer to the cost of the box. Thankfully, I took advantage of one of their many sales and pay much less than the regular $29/month.
From now through February 28, you can save $10 on your first box when you use coupon code “BOX10OFF” at checkout.
Save 30% off your first box and get a FREE Dr. Seuss Mealtime Set ($18.50 value)! Just use coupon code “SEUSS” at checkout.*As of December 2015, Citrus Lane is no longer in business. If you’re looking for an alternative, bluum is a great choice. — You can see my reviews of them here. With bluum, you can choose your own products and build your own box. They feature the same great brands, plus you can save $10 on your first month with coupon code MRVA286CCE. Browse more Kids Boxes in my Subscription Box Directory
Disclosure: I purchased this box on my own. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate/referral links. Amazon prices subject to change.
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