I love to do crafts with the boys, but it’s hard to find time to think something up, gather the materials, and actually make it happen. BabbaCo founder Jessica Kim has solved the problem of time constraints that many parents have by creating the BabbaBox. This is a monthly subscription service that helps parents solve the daily dilemma: What do I do with my kids? Arriving in the mail each month, it brings projects and child development appropriate activities, all reflecting a theme-of-the month. Everything required to engage children 3-7 years old is included in the box, right down to the glue.
I personally LOVE the idea of this and can’t wait to try out a box soon (keep an eye out for a review post in the coming weeks). If you’re trying to think of a gift for kids who have everything, this seems like a fun, creative option. Grandparents could order a box and have it on hand for grandkids to do crafts, and not have to house a whole closet of craft supplies to be prepared.
Special Offer: (Only good until Monday, April 30!) With purchase of any monthly or annual subscription, moms will get their first box for one cent (a $29.99 value). You can order just one month, three months, or a whole year. Go to BabbaBox.com to place your order!
To find out more about the BabbaBox, check out this video:
Note: I will be participating in a review of BabbaBox, in which a box will be sent to facilitate the review. I am not being compensated monetarily, and all opinions are honest and are my own.
So many awesome boxes out there. I will definitely have to keep this one in mind when we have kiddos!
Ok, so that is pretty much the coolest summer idea ever. My kiddo loves getting mail and it will fill up our boring summer days!
I thought the same thing! The boys are going to love this, I think. I bet the one around Christmas would be really fun to do, too – I always want to do crafts with them around the holidays but it’s so busy that I never actually do as much as I’d like!
How great! My 9 year old craft loving son will love this even though it says up to age 7.
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