Baby

We joined the “Klub”

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For months, I subscribed to Bark Box for our dog baby, Henderson.  Henderson and I both looked forward to the monthly boxes but it got to where we weren’t using the treats fast enough and the toys weren’t holding up to his destruction so I canceled.  For a few months, I had a subscription to PopSugar and enjoyed those monthly treats but found I didn’t care for most of the items in the box.  Then, I came across “Kub Klub” and thought it was only fair that Carter get a few boxes and it seemed like a good way to explore some different baby products and brands.  I signed up for a 3-month subscription and the first month (August 2016 box) came super fast.

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The packaging was very nice and it came with a glossy info packet that described each item.  The descriptions were lacking retail price and where to purchase more of each item.

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The company included a hand written thank you note which I thought was a nice gesture.

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Here’s what we got in our first box:

  1. Hevea-Raw Rubber Bathing Toy – no hole in the bottom which eliminates grime and mold build up inside
  2. Amara-Apple – organic dried apples that you can add breastmilk, formula or water to – my only complaint with this product is that it had a pretty close expiration date so I don’t know that we will get to try this product
  3. Neat Cheeks – naturally sweetened with stevia extract and made with natural, non-GMO ingredients
  4. Little Grippers – socks made with “stay-on” technology – just not a fan of this color
  5. Feltman+Co-Teether – double ringed teether that’s natural wood, baby-safe, food-grade, BPA-free silicone beads.  Each wood piece is sealed with a 100% organic beeswax finish.  As you can see below, Carter tested and approved.

The company sent a short survey a few days after I received the box and I provided my thoughts on the food expiration date.  I received a note back almost immediately thanking me for my feedback.

I looked up the products to get an idea of the costs/value and I would estimate the box to be worth $55/retail (I paid $34/box).  It looks like the duck and socks are British companies which I find unique.

We are looking forward to our next box.  If you want to try it out for your little Kub, follow this link.

Have any subscription boxes we should check out??  Who doesn’t like fun mail??

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