This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Single Edition Media.
I am still in disbelief that Easter is just around the corner. It seems like just yesterday we were welcoming in 2017 and now, we’re already in mid-April! This month began with an exciting delivery to my house. Our first ever Babble Boxx came! I couldn’t wait to check out this special “Spring edition”! It did not disappoint! I could barely squeeze everything in for a photo to show it to you!
Just look at those gorgeous goodies! The kids were SO excited to see what came in the cute white and pink box, especially when they realized that most of it was for them! Parents – you’ll be excited to know that not only do all these amazing products come in the Spring BabbleBoxx, but I also have tons of coupon codes for you if you want to make some individual orders too!
Edible Arrangements sent us some tasty Easter gifts! You can use the following promotion code: BLOG4702 to get 20% off your order of $50+! We got an Easter Basket of delicious fruits (many of them chocolate covered) that would be an amazing teacher gift idea! There were also their Spring Fruit Truffles! These were bits of granny smith apples dipped in gourmet chocolate and decorated with pretty Swizzles of colorful chocolate. These are the perfect addition to any Easter basket!
I loved the gorgeous Easter dress, jacket and hair clips from Osh Kosh in the box for my daughter! They have great Spring mix and match outfits for kids, and the cutest Easter outfits too! My daughter naturally wanted to put on the dress RIGHT AWAY and loved having her hair done up with flowers too!
Next in our box we found brackitz. We had NEVER heard of this type of building toy, so I was excited to show my son. He got to work right away. I’ve lost count of the number of things he’s built with these new Brackitz in just the last couple days! The pieces are super durable and your kids really will be learning real life math and architectural skills by playing with them!
I love that it came with an instruction manual to get him started with some ideas. He built one by the book and then has been creatively coming up with his own ideas since. The pieces rotate and can connect easily to build awesome 3-D structures! The Driver 43 set was a huge hit. It has 43 pieces and instructions to build 10 different driving machines. Some of them work with gyro-copters while others wind up. Lots of ways to learn and build with these imagination toys!
Lastly, we pulled out three adorable products from Yum! Spa. 2 in 1 shampoo and conditioner, sparkle lotion and shimmer & shine body mist. Both of my kids are a bit lotion obsessed to begin with, so when my daughter saw that we now have lotion that SPARKLES she was over the moon. The body mist was a huge hit too. She wanted to try it out immediately, even while still wearing her outfit from Osh Kosh!
You can never really go wrong with glitter! I loved that the lotion wasn’t just “fluff” it’s infused with aloe and jojoba along with the shimmer, so her skin can be nice and hydrated every time she wants to feel a little more sparkly!
The body mist works on hair too, so she can shine from head to toe!
All three products are paraben-free and hypoallergenic. We’ve had some rash issues with some other shampoo and conditioners, so I was THRILLED to see that this “special” one she was so excited to use, would be a safe choice for her sensitive skin. We haven’t had any issues, and she loves it! Find the closest retailer near you and get a 75 cents off coupon here!
All in all the Babble Boxx was so much fun! We loved trying out some amazing Spring products from fun brands! Which of these will you use to fill your child’s Easter basket? Tell us in the comments!
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