As of April 2014, Stork Stack has merged with bluum.
Much to my surprise, my September Stork Stack arrived today! It shipped a little later than normal this month because of the holiday, so I really wasn’t expecting it.
Stork Stack ships via USPS and took two days to arrive. Some months my Stork Stack goes on a crazy journey before it gets to me. And sometimes it’s super speedy. I of course like when it arrives quickly ;).
At first glance I wondered if something was missing?? Stork Stack is testing out digital information cards which they now send with your tracking number via e-mail, so I knew nothing was missing, but the box did seem kind of empty.
The September Stork Stack theme was “Smarty Pants” and is all about celebrating back to school! This month’s stack is full of educational and fun items that bring the classroom to your little one. Oh and I am still torn on this digital information card thing. I guess I can always print it if I really want a hard copy. Here’s what it included:
~Tic Tac Toe Socks ($4.40): I’m not overly excited by socks, but they are a useful item for sure. And they glow in the dark, so that’s cool. Now that it’s getting colder, WB will eventually need to start wearing socks and shoes instead of just cros or Toms. Socks might keep him entertained in the car longer because he’ll get to take his shoes AND socks off throw them on the floor ;).
~Early Lingo ($19.99): I received in Early Lingo DVD in last month’s bluum and still haven’t played it. I’m just not overly excited by language DVD’s. This one is “Opposites at the Beach” French Edition and is for kids 6 months or older. I can see WB being confused by this, but I’m not an expert in languages, so who knows. L, however, might think it’s interesting, so I will play it for him one day.
~Mini Wheels Books: The Ice Cream Truck” By Peter Lippman ($8.95): OMG I love this book! I love it! Fingers crossed that WB will pick this as his new favorite book instead of Quiet Loud, which we read at least 10x a day!
~Sneakz Organic: Chocolate Milkshake ($2): I am cracking up because I gave L one of these the other day and I am remembering the look on his face. He acted like I was trying to poison him! He used to like them, so I don’t know what’s up. WB enjoys them though, so it will get used.
~Food Should Taste Good: Multigrain Tortilla Chip ($2): I like these chips, so they are a welcome item, but they are nothing I go crazy for or anything.
All totaled I came up with a value of $37.34 for the September Stork Stack! Stork Stack is $27.99/month, however, you can save $10 off your first month with the code “C0BD0EB1“, making you first month only $17.99. This wasn’t my favorite Stork Stack ever, but am hopeful that next month will be amazing. I find that I rotate between favorites. One month I like Citrus Lane better, one month I like Stork Stack better!
Did you get Stork Stack this month? What’d you think? What was in your Stack and what age is your little one? And if you don’t subscribe and are interested in signing up or just want to learn more, click here!