Stork Stack is a monthly subscription box that curates boxes based on your child’s age from newborn to preschool. Stork Stack has now joined with Bluum. I guess I can see why because Stork Stack has had a lot of problems and bad press. And I wasn’t super impressed with this month’s box.
My daughter is two and there wasn’t anything in this box aimed at her age. The first thing that stands out to me is the rainbow stacker.
This is a very nicely made wooden stacker. It says ages 18 months+. This is a nice toy but I already have at least three other stacker toys.
The next item they sent was Stacking Cups. These said 6 months+. My daughter liked these more than the wooden stacker. She plays with them in the bath and has fun putting water in and dumping it out. Still, she had other bath cups already too.
The next item in the box was a Kind Bar. This tastes ok and has been appearing in lots of subscription boxes lately. My only objection to it is that it contains soy protein which I consider to be unhealthy due to the estrogen effects.
The next item is Weleda Baby Weather Protection Cream. Mine somehow got smushed in the box so it looked like this when I opened it.
Again this feels more like an item for a young infant rather than a toddler. It also would have had more usefulness this past winter than now going into spring. But it is an ok product and I will probably use it.
The last item in the box is a book called Rabbit Pie.
I always like to get books because my daughter loves it when we read to her.
All in all I wasn’t all that impressed with Stork Stack. But since they have now joined with Bluum the boxes should get better. Bluum is offering a 50% off discount with coupon code STORKSTACK.