I kept seeing KidBox ads on Facebook so I finally decided to give it a go because what did I have to lose? Unlike Stitch Fix there was no styling fee so if I didn't like any of the items I could send them ALL back in their pre-paid shipping bag and be done with it. And that is exactly what I did.
If you've watched any programming on TLC over the past 10 years you've seen at least one commercial for "Say Yes to the Dress". Filmed at Kleinfeld Bridal in NYC the series shows brides of all shapes, sizes, and backstories shopping for their wedding gown. If they find one they love? They are ultimately asked one very important question, "are you saying yes to the dress?"
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Shopping. A concept that takes on a new challenges when you have children has now been made easier thanks to subscription boxes that first started as a convenience for adult clothes shopping. StitchFix has added StitchFix Kids to their line offerings but they aren't the only game in town when it comes to at home shopping services for kids.
StitchFix: My 4th Fix
New year. New me. (insert "Sure Jan" Brady Bunch GIF here). This year has me turning 30. Dun. Dun. Duuuunnnn. It also finds me a few months postpartum so I thought scheduling a fix for the beginning of the year would be a fun pick me up. This is the first fix I've gotten since an update to the Stitch Fix app that allows you to thumb up or down articles of clothing and I was super curious to see how that would translate into my fix.
My 3rd Fix: StitchFix Maternity
I've written about my experiences with two previous Fixes from StitchFix and they have been very positive. Now that I am pregnant, I thought I would give their Maternity Fix a try and see if the experience would be just as positive.
StitchFix: My 2nd Fix
Two months ago I signed up for StitchFix and wrote about the pieces I received, the items I kept, the items I sent back and the overall experience. You can read that review here. I received my second fix this month and I have to say, I loved this Fix even more than my first!
I don't know about anyone else out there, but I felt more prepared for Christmas on November 1st than I feel right now, on December 22nd. So much thought has gone into making C's first Christmas special (yes, I know she won't remember a thing, but that's what cameras are for) that now that the day is almost here I don't feel prepared at all.
The holiday season is in full swing. In my previous post I talked about traditions you can start with your family. I left off an important meeting with the "big guy". Meeting Santa for the first time and then visiting him in subsequent years is a fun tradition for kids and parents alike. I have no problem admitting that I would happily visit Santa (without kids) and drag anyone I could get to agree to go with me.