Disclosure: Mama Smith’s Review Blog received this item in exchange for her honest review. All opinions expressed are 100% hers.
I have been a fan of The Surviving Momhood Box for quite some time. It is one of my favorite subscription boxes, so when they announced they were going to start a Surviving Kidhood Box, I got really excited! I just knew it would be full of goodies that my daughters would love. The best thing about these boxes is that they are always full of a wide variety of amazing items. I am always shocked by how much they fit in each box. This February box was our first Surviving Kidhood Box and it set the bar high! It was incredible!
In this box we received a Princess Tea Set with Cookbook ($15 value), a Fred & Friends teddy bear cookie cutter ($7 value), two Mainstays spoon & fork sets ($4 value), Alien Ice Cream ($3 value), Cake Mate sprinkles ($8 value), Betty Crocker fudge brownie mix ($3 value), Home Presence silicone pinch bowls ($8 value), Starplast food containter ($5 value), Snack Toppers ($5 value), and a couple Smart Cookie cooking utensils ($20 value). There was also a recipe for Puff Pastry Stars. These were all great items that fit the theme: Mini Chef. My daughters love baking in the kitchen with me and we have had so much fun with all our new baking tools.
We made the Betty Crocker brownies last night and the girls loved using their Smart Cookie utensils to help with the batter. They also really enjoyed decorating them with the Cake Mate sprinkles we received. We even put the leftover brownies in the Starplast food container! My girls have been using their new Mainstays owl utensils to eat all this week. They love them – and I love owls too so I think they are super cute.
We have been playing tea party constantly with the tea party set that was in this month’s Surviving Kidhood Box. This is probably their favorite thing in the box! I really like the cookbook that it came with – it has some really fun recipes in it. We all ate the Alien Ice Cream and I really liked it. My youngest daughter did too, but my oldest did not care for it. I used to get this stuff at the Museum of Science when I was younger so it really brought back memories.
I think that the Surviving Kidhood Box is a great addition to this subscription box service! You definitely get great value for your money! Learn about this box and more at SurvivingMomhood.com – and remember to tell them Mama Smith sent you!
Enter to win a Surviving Kidhood Box using the Gleam form below. This box will be April’s theme, not the Mini Chef theme. Be sure to check out my other giveaways while you are here and GOOD LUCK!
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