Tuesday 8 April 2014

Nonabox: February - Review

I was so excited about receiving my Nonabox this month as I've really enjoyed the previous ones that I've been sent. February's box wasn't any different. It arrived in its usual sturdy purple box and inside my box, I received:

1. Newborn hat & dribble bib - this box is aimed at a toddler so C wouldn't necessarily get the use out of the hat but as I'm expecting another baby, I think I'll be saving them for her! I was unable to find a price for this item online.

2. Puckabook by Puckababy and 10% off discount code - this cute little hardbacked book is a sleeping guide for you and your baby. Like the hat and bib, it's probably not something that I'll need with C but will come in very handy with the new baby. C does like looking at the little illustrations though.

3. That's Not My Hamster... board book (RRP. £4.50) - C loves touchy feely books. He always brings this book over to me to read and likes to rub his fingers on the fuzzy bits. I think this is his favourite item in this months Nonabox.

4. 9-bar (RRP. £0.64) - this is an energy bar that is gluten and wheat-free. I've actually tried these before and the taste just isn't for me. I generally don't like anything that is supposed to be good for me!

5. Thorntons Milk, White & Dark Continental chocolates (RRP. £10.00) - I think my eyes lit up as soon as I spotted these. I am a huge lover of chocolate, especially Thorntons, so they didn't last very long. They were absolutely delicious.

6. Cloud B Sleep Sheep (RRP £33.22) - This little sheep has been an absolute lifesaver. Sometimes C is a bit fussy at bedtimes but since he's been cuddling this gorgeous little sheep to sleep, it has really helped. It has a little soundbox inside and you can listen to nature sounds. Perfect for soothing a baby to sleep. I will definitely be using this from day 1 with the new baby too!

7. Waterwipes (RRP. £2.49) - I received a little sample pack in my Bliss bag when I brought C home from hospital but once I used them all up, I hadn't spotted them again. They are really moist which pleases me as I hate wipes that are very dry. They are 99.9% water with a hint of natural ingredients.

The total value of this box equals around £50 which is fantastic considering that the subscription cost is £25 per month. We've really enjoyed this months box so if I were a paying customer, I would have been very happy with what I received for my money.

(Disclaimer: I received this box free of charge in exchange for an open and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)

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