When preparing for a new baby there is so much on a moms mind. There is so much involved and even after baby gets here there is still so much that mommy and baby need and things can get overlooked. I found a company that puts together a box each month that is targeted at making moms life easier by providing products that are seasonal and are also products for mom and baby. The company is called Stork Stack and they recently sent me a couple of their amazing boxes to review. I was sent the June and July box to review for myself and to share with my readers. I found that these two boxes had products that are great for both me and baby Wyatt. There are products that I can use now then products I will be able to use on Wyatt once he gets here. In the June box I really appreciated the focus on mom. Now my morning sickness subsided for what seemed to be a brief moment from the time I hit 11 weeks until about 27 weeks. I know that a lot of the reason for the sickness coming back has to do with the fact that Wyatt is in full gear growing and my body is preparing for the big day which adds those hormones and leaves Wyatt with less room. So when the June box came in and I saw that there were products from one of my what I like to call, “Mommy Helper” companies, Earth Mama Angel Baby, I knew this box was going to be a box for me. On top of the great stretch mark cream and soothing spray that helps with my nausea from Earth Mama Angel Baby, I was sent a pair of Baby Legz, which are just way too cute, a Baby Banz hat that will be perfect for protecting Wyatt’s little head in the sun, and a very adorable WubbaNub, which is not only adorable all on its own but is also very handy to have with a fussy baby!! This box was amazing and I love that there were products that were perfect for me to use now and that there were also products that I will be able to use on Wyatt once he is here!
Then with the July box from Stork Stack I was sent a very pleasant box that was not only very pleasant to have for myself and baby Wyatt, but the most pleasant part of this box was that all of the products in the box were produced by local American Companies!! What a way to celebrate July than to send or receive a box full of goodies that are American made goodies!!! In this box I was sent a very yummy bottle of The Scrumptious Pantry Heirloom Tomato Catsup which both me and the kids are in love with, that was kept cool since it was sent in a wonderful JJ Cole Collections Bottle Pod, a bottle of the amazing Dr. Robin Soothing Daily Moisture Cream which will help keep Wyatt’s soft skin baby soft, a Natural Wooden Baby Rattle from Schoolhouse Naturals which is a great toy for baby, and a pack of the Green Sprouts Disposable Compressed Wipes that I just love and already use on a regular basis!!
In all I love that the products that were sent to me from Stork Stack are not only practical, but also products from companies that I am familiar with and adore. I also love how affordable these boxes of goodies are, with the boxes starting at $28 a month and shipping being free, a subscription to Stork Stack makes for a great gift to give for a mommy to be or for mommy to be to get for herself so that she will be sure to be pampered the way she and baby deserve to be pampered each month. Another plus about subscribing to getting great mommy and baby products each month is that for each subscription that is sold, Stork Stack will donate to great charities like BabyBuggy.org and my personal fave Operation Showers Of Appreciation for military families who are separated due to deployment!!! So if you buy a 3 month subscription, they will donate 1 stack and the stacks will increase when you subscribe for 6 and 12 months through the Stork Stack Gives Back! So if you are pregnant, know a pregnant mommy or if you are looking for that perfect gift to give at a baby shower, then check out Stork Stack today!!!
This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.
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