It's a Mom Thing Reviews & More!: Citrus Lane Review - Suzi


Citrus Lane Review - Suzi

Today I reviewed this neat little company called Citrus Lane. 
Citrus Lane is a subscription company that sends monthly surprise boxes for children, newborn to 5 years old.
Each month is a different them and they can be purchased monthly, 3 months at a time, 6 months at a time, or the whole year at a time. 
The box contained several great toddler product's.  In this package I recieved a coloring book with markers, a box of bandages (even in a metal box :)), hand sanatizing wipes, cheese crackers, and a box with four different puzzles.
When I opened the box, the first thing I noticed was the bag of bunny shaped cheese crackers. My 19 month old gobbled them up completely before I could even get a pictute. They were all-natural and obviously kid approved. These crackers were from a company called Annie's. 
The coloring book and markers, by Faber-Castell, were made perfect for Lolya's age. The markers are washable and just the right size for tiny hands. The coloring book has stiffer paper that does not rip as easily. My older kids also enjoyed the coloring book and markers.
The bandages are cute little toddler bandaged, by a company named Ouchies Jr. These particular ones have the World of Eric Carle, the bear series on them. They stayed on Lolya's little fingers very well. 
Hand Sanitizing Wipes, by Clean Well, are all-natural wipes great for little toddlers hands when you can't always get to soap and water. These wipes are alcohol free, moisturizing formula, safe for sensitive skin, and not tested on animals. I've had these in my diaper bag since I recieved the box! They will definitely be on hand always!
Last but definitely not least is the box of puzzles. The theme of the puzzle is Bear on the Go. Each puzzle was very simple and included only four piece's each.

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