Citrus Lane Box March

Citrus Lane BoxOver the weekend E’s March Citrus Lane box showed up on the doorstep. I was super anxious because I had seen what came in a few other people’s boxes and couldn’t wait to break ours open. Granted the boxes differ for every age and often between genders, this box is for an 11 month old girl.

Art Cards from Wee Gallery

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These are little flash cards with black and white animals on them, high contrast for your little. They are pretty adorable but I feel like it is a bit young for her. On the box it says 0-12 months. E is 11 months old. I thinks these should have gone in a box for a younger child. We can use these as flash cards when she gets older to learn the names of animals, but still slightly young for her.

 Puzzle from Hape

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We have loved everything from Hape so far and this is a super cute little puzzle for E. HOWEVER I feel like Citrus Lane slipped up a bit this time, as this is beyond E’s comprehension. She wasn’t interested in it at all not even to chew on the edges. Fail on you guys’ part I guess. An 11 month old is not building a puzzle anytime soon. And it’s way too easy for me 🙂

Diaper Buddy from Me4Kidz

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This in theory is a nice thing to have. It contains a few emergency items like bandages and wipes and it is reusable. Beyond that it’s kind of useless. Would I have ever purchased this? Probably not, but that’s the beauty of Citrus Lane.

Stage 2 World Baby Pouch

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We got Italy. E knew this was food and fussed and tried to open it on her own until I gave it to her to eat! She loved it, most definitely her favorite item from the box this month, and the around the world pouches are a great way to introduce your child to different tastes that can be found across the world. We have picked a few of these up at Target and she has loved them, ours was a spinach marinara from Italy, and she downed it in one fowl swoop. Citrus Lane also included a coupon for 25% off your purchase online and an in store coupon for $1 off any one pouch!

All and all I was slightly disappointed in this month’s box. The stuff was cute, but I don’t feel like it was worth the price. I didn’t add it up this month, BUT I didn’t really like most of the stuff that came in the box. Still I feel like more often than not Citrus Lane is worth it for us to be introduced to quality goods, and new brands.

2 thoughts on “Citrus Lane Box March

  1. The Puzzle And Diaper Bag Thing Honestly Are Decent For Cora’s Age Or A Little Younger. The Other Day Cora Got Hurt And I Didn’t Have A Bandaid, Seriously What Kinda Mom Am I? I Found Our Little First Aid Kit And Put It In Her Backpack When We Got Home. She’s Just Now Getting Into Puzzles Really At Age 2.

    • If we don’t lose the pieces to the puzzle then she has something to look forward to!

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