Cricket Crate is the newest member of the Kiwi Crate family that’s specifically curated for babies 0-2 years old. Cricket Crate aims to lay the foundation for lifelong learning through educational toys, books and other baby essentials delivered to your child each month. The subscription costs $19.95 per month, just like the other crates from Kiwi Crate.
Note: Currently Cricket Crate is only available in a 3-month Newborn Pack. If you have an older baby (up to 36 months old), look for those packs soon. In the meantime, we can assure you that the goodies in this box are being used by our 26 month old baby (see the photos below!).
DEAL: Save 40% on your first month! Use coupon code HELLO40.
There are welcome letters from the Founder and CEO of Kiwi Crate Inc., Sandra Oh Lin, and Dr. Dimitri A. Christakis, a pediatrician and researcher at Seattle Children’s Research Institute.
Wonder Magazine is full of practical advice and developmentally appropriate bonding tips great for new and veteran moms, dads, and other caregivers!
The magazine has been developed with Seattle Children’s so you can trust that it’s top notch.
The booklet contains alternative uses for the swaddle blanket…
As well as fun games to play with baby!
Kiwi Crate are pros at creating this monthly content and just like the other subscriptions the magazine includes other fun tips as well as book suggestions.
Three items came in the box!
The pages are sturdy so it will last as long as the time she gets to following along and pointing at the pictures!
This little cricket is so sweet and the little nubs will be perfect for baby to chew on later when she’s teething! The eyes and mouth are embroidered on for safety.
I adore the pattern, it’s super sweet!
We no longer have a newborn to demonstrate our burrito technique. These items are perfect for a new baby and this box makes an amazing shower gift.
Even with a baby 2 years past the intended age of this particular month we thought it was a hit. I can’t wait to see what they do in future months and am already a little sad this wasn’t around with my first child – I could have really used monthly goodies and information delivered to me for baby!