Friday 18 April 2014

Nonabox: March

I am a huge fan of Nonabox and March's box didn't let me down (you can also see my December, January and February Nonabox posts). They just seem to get better and better.

Inside this months box was:

1. Verbaudet bodysuit - I can't find an RRP for this unfortunately but with it being from Verbaudet and from the Organic Collection range, I can imagine that it's not cheap! It is a gorgeous neutral colour so would suit a boy or girl. It's sized 0-6 months so it's too small for C but I can't wait to put Baby Girl in it when she's born!

2. Pasito a pasito Blue Gingham weaning spoon - Again, I can't find an RRP but Pasito a pasito are a Spanish designer baby brand so again, they don't come cheap! This blue gingham spoon is the perfect colour for C and he's been so used to weaning with plastic spoons that he feels like such a big boy when he uses it!

3. Viking Toys blue car toy - C loves pushing cars along the ground so I knew that this would be a huge hit for him. The wheels have a little bit of rubber around them which I thought was a lovely change from his usual plastic cars. It even has a little hook at the back so if you buy additional cars, they can be joined together!

4. Jack n Jill natural toothpaste (RRP £4.99) - I'd seen this advertised online before but never tried it so I was really pleased to see this in my box. C throws a massive strop every time he gets his teeth brushed so I don't think that he was as happy as I was! Even the blackcurrent flavour didn't sway him. This toothpaste is suitable from 6mths+ and is safe to swallow.

5. Little Grippers baby socks (RRP £3.50) - Back when C was tiny I actually won a blog competition where the prize was 3 pairs of white Little Grippers and I loved them so imagine my delight when I saw this gorgeous little pair of yellow ones. As all parents will know, baby socks always fall off but Little Grippers have a special 'stay on technology' to ensure that your babys socks stay on and up all day! These are too little for C but as they're yellow, they will be lovely on Baby Girl come September.

6. 'You' by Emma Dodd (RRP £7.99) - C absolutely loves his bedtime stories and this book has become a quick favourite. Emma Dodd writes gorgeous stories and C beams when I read it to him and do little actions.

7. Super Mummy postcards - These were a lovely addition to the box. They are by Nonabox and the idea is that they are filled in and given to mummy. C is a bit too young at the minute so understand but they are adorable.

8. Organix Goodies Red Berry Burst Rice Cakes 4pk (RRP £2.49) - C loves his food and is a huge fan of everything in the Organix Goodies range. These were no exception. He had them all demolished in around a week. We've now added these into our weekly shop and they're so handy to carry around in the changing bag and give as snacks.

All in all, this has been my favourite Nonabox to date. I am over the moon with every item included and have been introduced to some great brands. I would definitely recommend Nonabox.

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(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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