Citrus Lane Review

Citrus Lane is a monthly subscription box with products specifically picked based on your child’s age from newborn up to age 3. Each month’s box features 4 to 5 of the “best of” products with top brands including Tea Collection, aden + anais, Plan Toys, BabyBjorn, Boon, Green Toys, and MANY more popular baby and kids brands!

Each month, the box is built with a specific theme in mind so you’re not only receiving products geared towards your child’s age, but also with season appropriate items or products based on a fun themed! In December, Citrus Lane was able to feature Stella & Dot bracelets as a special holiday treat!

Citrus Lane Review

We were able to check out two of Citrus Lane’s past boxes for review. As the boxes were sent at random and not set to my children’s ages or the specific month I was really curious to see what would arrive! My first box was themed “Stroller Adventures” and included: Ella’s Kitchen Baby Brekkie, Green to Grow Ecosystem Sippy Trainer Cup, Think King Jumbo Swirly Hook, Eric Carle Touch-and-Feel Stroller Cards, and Belle’s Biscuits Vanilla Teething Biscuits Travel Pack. This total box retails for $37.11 plus it was shipped to me with no extra tax, shipping charges, or gas and time spent at a local store! This box had a great assortment of items that fit our family! I’m really excited about the Think King Jumbo Swirly Hook which attaches to your stroller to hold your shopping bags. It has such a neat design with a swirl to the hook that means there are no clips or tricky moves to try to add on your bags but they will still stay secure on the hook! My youngest loves the stroller cards with different textures and animals!

The next box came a few days later and was themed “Starting Solids” and included: BabyBjorn Soft Bib, Innobaby Packin’ SMART Stack N Seal 2 Tier, See Kai Run Organic Socks and $30 off $100 gift certificate, NuturMe All Natural Baby Food, Ella’s Kitchen Apples & Bananas. The box has a retail in products of $35.23 plus the See Kai Run discount. This box had products geared towards a younger child then my youngest who is 15 months but had items that would make a great gift and a really nice assortment. We are were able to use the Bib and the Ella’s Kitchen pouch from the kit. I really liked that Citrus Lane’s information packet that is included has nice tips and information that correlates with the theme. The “Stroller Adventures” booklet talks about ways to engage with your baby using their 5 sense while “Starting Solids” gave tips and info on starting to feed your infant solids! Both boxes contained such high quality products that I was really impressed with the selection and info on where to buy included in the box!

Discount!

You can save 20% off a 3, 6, or 12-month Citrus Lane subscription or gift purchase! Discount can also be used as a discount off the first month of a monthly subscription. Just use the coupon code SAVE20 which will bring the 6-month subscription down to just $100 or less that $17/month! Shipping is included free with your subscription and sales tax is only due for California residents.

Disclosure: I received two Citrus Lane boxes in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.

About Janel

Hi, I'm Janel! I'm the owner and lead blogger here at A Mom's Take. I have four little boys age 7 and under. I am a Phoenix based mom blogger and love the sun. I love to travel and have been known for planning trips specifically to hit the roller coasters! I also love digital scrapbook and design and I'm obsessed with board games.

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Citrus Lane Review — 2 Comments

  1. Thank you for this review!  I just ordered a six month subscription using a different coupon code, but I am even more excited to see this review.  Every mom loves a good deal and if you are like me, I love being introduced to new products that could make my life easier.  Thanks, Janel!
     

  2. i’ve seen a lot of different types of these sample subscription boxes lately. it’s like getting a surprise in the mail every month which i would love

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