Subscription Box: Citrus Lane for kids

citrusNo denying it, I’m a subscription box junky, whether it’s for me, my kids, or the house, I LOVE them! Citrus Lane is a subscription box I have been eyeing for awhile and have seen several of my friends with them.

Citrus Lane is for kids ages newborn to 5 years old. When you sign up you can choose what age and gender you’d like to receive. All you do is input your child’s name, birthday, and their gender and your box will be tailored to your child’s gender and age! You can choose a monthly subscription, 3 month subscription, 6 month subscription, or a yearly subscription. Which your price per month will range from $21-25 a month (that includes shipping) based on which plan you choose!

I received the Citrus Lane box for my 21 month old daughter, I was so excited to open it up!
citrus1Inside it’s wrapped like a little present with tissue paper.

citrus2Inside we received:
Melissa and Doug Wooden Animal Peg Puzzle– $7.99 Value – I was happy to see this. We love Melissa and Doug products as well as their puzzles. My 21 month old is at a perfect age to do these with just a little guidance. She is so proud of herself too, and I love teaching her the animals with the puzzle.
Cool It Buddy Instant Cold Pack– $2.99 Value – These are nice to carry in the diaper bag or to have in your first aid kit. You never know when you child will get a bump and will need a cold pack to prevent swelling. These are really convenient as you do not need to freeze them.
GoGo Squeez Appleberry Pouch– $1.00 Value – We love all natural fruit pouches here, this was gone before I could even look at it. I guess my toddler liked it 😉
SUMO Snack Stacker from ZoLi– $18.00 Value – I LOVE containers like these, they are great to keep stuff organized, and are perfect for travel. It doesn’t take up much room and it’s bigger than most other containers I have like this.
Postagram from Sincerely, Inc. – $10.00 Value – I hadn’t heard of these before, but I’m looking forward to using these up to send to grandparents and aunts/uncles. They are basically a post card you can send from your phone, so this is a credit for 10 of them. How cool!

Total of our box was a $40 Value and we will totally use everything that was included. I love these surprises every month, as do my kids! I think I may purchase a subscription for my 21 month old! I received this month’s box for free in exchange for my honest review. Check Citrus Lane out on Facebook!

Use Coupon Code TAKEHALF through this link to receive 50% off your first box!

Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product in exchange for a review. I was not compensated in any way. Please note, there are affiliate links in this post to help support my blog.

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