What if a box could arrive every month containing a few of the items you've been meaning to pick up, but haven't exactly had time since the baby? Maybe you never heard of some of the products, but you really need them. One of those, "I'm so glad someone thought of this!" moments. It's like someone read your mind.
Or you subscribed to petiteBox, a monthly delivery of the highest quality products for expecting Moms and children up to 12 months. PetiteBox is an expertly curated box of treats and practical goodies for $25 per month (shipping included). If I were a new Mom, I would be more excited about this time of month, than the arrival of my favorite magazines (and I REALLY love magazines). PetiteBox is a treat and an opportunity to test out the best products for you and your baby. And it comes in a nice box tied with a bow.
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An example of a newborn box includes a soft monkey lovey, lavender pear body oil by basq for toning skin, BPA free pacifiers by MAM, Energy Mist, Lansinoh for breastfeeding and organic lavender body wash for baby.
Find out more at petiteBox. And, if you change your mind, you can cancel your subscription at any time.
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Momtrends was not paid for this post. I did receive a sample box for review purposes.