Jun 222013
 

Babble Box

What a week we have had. I love having four kids but when everyone (including me) is sick at the same time it is quite the challenge especially in the middle of winter. Luckily there was some welcome distraction in the shape of the Babble Box:

Babble Boxes

Created by Aussie mum and dad team Rebecca and Franck Babble Box is a hip new subscription service that aims to provide modern Australian families with something to babble about. Every month they carefully choose a range of hip, handy, fun, beautiful or yummy products from fabulous brands from Australia and overseas and combine them in the Babble Box. The Babble Box is tailored to your child’s gender and age and gets delivered to your doorstep, how easy is that?

MuddypawsThis month’s Babble Box was packed with fabulous goodies that were well received by my bunch, there was something in it for all of them! Mister 4 immediately ran off with Muddypaws by Moira Butterfield ($14.95), he is very much into learning letters and loves looking at the beautiful illustrations. Because it was the luxury edition (super sized board book with padded cover) the kids could even read it together without arguing about not being able to see. Great addition to the bookshelf!

Tiger Tribe Money BoxAs soon as miss 4 spotted the Butterfly Money Box ($14.95) by Tiger Tribe with its sweet pink patchwork design she claimed it has her own. She’s a bit young for pocket money but until then she can use it as a pretend mailbox, she’s always scribbling little notes and making drawings for everyone so this will keep them nicely together. I’ve read that the boys Babble Box included this very cool Rocket Money Box, it looks awesome!

Boon Catch PlateThe Babble Box team clearly knows that mealtime can be very messy when you’re dealing with a toddler so they included this funky Boon Catch Plate ($12.95) for miss 2. It is fitted with a handy food catcher and strong suction cap base (we tried it on the wall and it really is strong!) so it stays put during dinner. Of course it is free from nasties like BPA, PVC and Phthalates so it a stylish and safe choice.

And there was more: A box of Little Bellies Muesli Choo Chews ($4.50) and some lovely organic Hair and Body Wash and Massage Oil ($10) by Little Innoscents, I told you Babble Box had my whole tribe covered! Now here’s the awesome part, Babble Box not only takes care of the shopping for you but they also make sure you get the best price. Depending on your type of subscription (month by month or 3, 6 or 12 months) you pay just $24.95-$29.95 per box and delivery is free Australia wide. 

To find out more about Babble Box and to order your Babble Box online visit www.babblebox.com.au.

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