When I gave birth to the twins in 2008 my life changed in many ways, one of them being the way I shop. Instead of pushing my way through busy shopping centres I started to discover calm and peaceful online shopping. I love browsing the virtual aisles, racks and shelves for unique finds so I was pretty chuffed to discover online store Itty Bitty Box, the much loved ‘8th baby’ of gorgeous mamas Eleni and Zoe.
These two clever ladies have 7 children between them so they know what to look for when selecting their goods. At Itty Bitty Box you’ll find, well, a bit of everything but every single product has one thing in common: It is unique and you won’t find it in every other store. From funky clothing to sweet baby presents, beautiful toys to fun craft and games, there is something for boys and girls, big and little, so make sure you remember this store when it comes to gift shopping.
What I love about Itty Bitty Box is the absence of noisy, flashing electronic toys, they have managed to source durable, high quality pieces that offer traditional fun and encourage little ones to think and use their imagination without being boring or old fashioned. This colourful wooden Breakfast Play Set comes in a cute tin suitcase (no missing pieces, easy to tidy up) and costs just $24.95, such a great price!
As you know our family really enjoys playing games and while the classics are good fun I love discovering games that are a little different. Itty Bitty Box stocks some fantastic kids games from well known brand eeBoo, the gorgeous packaging alone is enough to get you excited. I especially like the look of the Cupcake Game and I never forget a face and would love to add them to our game shelf. The detailed artwork is stunning and the games themselves will keep little minds busy for hours.
You might remember this type of game from your childhood, the Djeco Tap Tap kits are just as much fun as in the olden days but with a new modern look. You can choose from a Space Tap Tap or Vehicle Tap Tap kit, each theme comes in a storage box and contains all kids need to start ‘tapping’. Using all the different building parts and a hammer they can recreate the images on the idea cards (supplied) or make up their own creations.
To find out more about Itty Bitty Box, to browse the range and to order online visit www.ittybittybox.com.au.