Little Fox: A Monthly Box of Fun For Your Little One

Little Fox: Monthly Box of Fun For Your Little One

There are a lot of those “______ box of the month” clubs out there, but I must say that this one has my heart.

While you won’t find any beauty products or bottles of beer in this monthly subscription box what you will find is even better – at least if you are into indie kid’s products and small businesses.

Meet Little Fox.

Little Fox is a company that brings you a monthly box of “fun, modern, eco-friendly baby products & clothing.” Sisters, and founders of Little Fox, Christine and Lauri have committed themselves to bringing their monthly subscribers hand-picked items from small businesses that are always eco-friendly. They scour to find the coolest new shops and creators that are off the beaten path, so you’ll have the coolest kid’s products that truly are unique.

Little Fox sent us a box to try out and I was totally impressed by the contents. Our favorites were the limited edition Little Fox t-shirt (a new one comes in every box!) and the We Can Too Veggie Side Walk Chalk. I can’t wait for the weather to warm back up so we can break it out in the driveway and I’m so glad I won’t have to stress over my little one trying to eat the chalk since that’s what typically happens when drawing tools are involved. I never would’ve even heard of the We Can Too brand if it weren’t for Little Fox!

I think a Little Fox subscription would make a great birthday or baby shower gift, but it would also just be a fun way to treat yourself and your little one. Because who doesn’t love receiving fun surprises in the mail?

Check out all the subscription details here!

{Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I did receive one of their monthly boxes to try. All thoughts and opinions are my own.}

 

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on TwitterFacebookPinterest and Instagram or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble. More from Lauren:

 

 

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