Didis Toy Box September 2018 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Didis Toy Box is a monthly subscription dedicated to assisting parents in nurturing their child’s early development by sending out hand-picked toys tailored to the child’s age and developmental stage. The box contains 2-4 full-size toys each month. These are toys that educate through exploration, imagination, and discovery! Their goal is to make the world a little bit better each day and to spread the value of play by enriching your child’s and your lives together, by enhancing the way your child plays.

DEAL: Get 10% off your first order! Use coupon code FIRSTORDER.

The items are wrapped in orange tissue paper.

The box is full!

There’s an info card from Didis Toy Box.

At the back is a short hand-written letter for the subscriber.

This babysitter notepad is a really helpful addition to the box. This form serves as a guide for your kid’s babysitter on their do’s and don’ts and other necessary information about your child.

Melissa & Doug First Play Peek-A-Boo Panda ($24.99) Made from hardwood, this is a peek-a-boo panda toy that helps stimulate visual development.

It features two black paws that you can adjust to play hide and seek.

It’s easy to flip the paws open and close. They also clack into place!

When it’s opened, it reveals a cute smiling panda face!

It includes an info card with tips and play ideas.

Petit Collage Little Elephant Wooden Push Along Car Elephant ($11.83) This toy is made using solid wood and non-toxic water-based paints. It’s BPA-free, lead-free, non-toxic, and certified to be safe for baby’s use!

It’s elephant-shaped and approximately 5 inches long, the ideal size for your child’s little hands to grasp.

It also has wheels featuring different patterns, which easily catches the kids’ attention.

Kaloo France Les Amis Small Regliss The Donkey ($16.39) This donkey plush toy is so huggable!

It features a silky dark fur, embroidered facial attributes, and a cute bandana.

The tag at the back of the donkey indicates that the toy is a Kaloo exclusive and was made and designed in France.

Its feet are adjustable with a stable center, enabling it to stand or sit, depending on how your baby wants to play it.

This Kaloo card features a super cute sleeping baby!

Lilliputiens Dancing Dragon ($11.26) Lilliputiens is a toy manufacturer built in 1995 by two Belgians with a vision to create eye-catching and wonderful toys for kids to play with.

Every toy includes an info card containing their featured toys and a little reminder, written on different languages, before giving it to your precious baby.

Here’s Walter, the cutest and most adorable dancing dragon we’ve seen!

It’s a green serpent dragon with a soft body, claw-less paws, and charming little wings.

It also features round black eyes, a red nose, and a split tongue. It’s so cute, my baby loved it so much! It vibrates when you pull the rings apart making it silly and fun!

Lilliputiens John Multisound Ball ($19.21) This multi-sound toy arrived with its own protective case.

It also comes with a removable black box containing eight different sounds, which you can remove when washing the toy.

The toy’s name is John. It’s a 9″ multi-colored rooster shaped and puffed like a ball.

John is soft and fluffy. Its body is covered with cloths with different colors and patterns. It also features a hairy comb, a soft beak…

…a pair of cute little wings, and claw-less toes. The noises are silly and fun and they go off if you bounce the toy on the ground or hit it, encouraging baby to play!

My baby LOVES all the toys from Didi’s box. This month’s toys are animal-themed, and they’re not just adorable! All the toys are innovative, safe, and age-appropriate too. Most of the toys used bright colors, that easily captures the attention of kids. Didis Toy Box is definitely a great discovery box for developmental toys and I’m so happy that my baby enjoyed them so much!

What do you think of Didis Toy Box? Let us know your thoughts!

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