Bluum September 2017 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Bluum is a subscription box service that sends products for moms and babies to your home each month. Bluum curates its boxes by selecting the highest-rated products geared for a child’s particular age. Boxes are available for pregnant moms and moms with children between the ages of 0 and 5.

There’s no information card with Bluum, but the items come in original packaging and are often self-explanatory.

DEAL:  Get 30% off with a 6 or 12 month subscription. Use coupon code BABY30OFF.

Everything in our September 2017 box!

Alex Jr. Tots First Crayon ($5.46): A cute crayon set perfect for little hands. The multiple petal points mean your child can draw before he or she has developed a proper grip.

The sides have a textured area for added grip — plus they are very cute little flowers to begin with.

Peaceable Kingdom Numbers Match Up Game and Puzzle ($8.99): This kit doubles as both a memory game and a puzzle!

The cards are double-sided non-corrugated cardboard with fun decorations.

The Memory side has the numbers 1-12, each with accompanying illustrations representing the number. They can also be used a flashcards. I love the little pictures!

The other side has a wild puzzle incorporating many of the objects illustrated on the memory side. The puzzle is quite large, at 20″ x 21″. All the pieces are rectangular, so there are no tricky connections to make.

Tegu 4-Piece Wooden Magnetic Cube Set ($15): Colorful wooden blocks with internal magnets.

The blocks are fun for stacking and general play, and the completely encased magnets are safe, even for little kids.

TwistShake Crawler Cup ($9.49): A drink cup with sipping lid.

It comes with a shaker insert, screw-on sippy top, and cover.

Giggle Wood Stacker ($14.99): Traditional stacking rings for developing coordination and early problem solving skills.

The rings come in unfinished, green, and two shades of blue.

An adorable hippo head sits on the top.

Our box had about a $54 value!  Bluum has been sending items that have higher values than in the past, and they are also a bit more useful – usually a good mix of toys and feeding or other essentials. The only thing that’s lacking now is a description card. It doesn’t quite have the subscription box feel because of this, but it often has some great stuff. Overall, it is great subscription for any household with kids.

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