At the end of last year I received a lovely Email from Alice and Eddie from Nurture Box asking if I would like to receive one of their boxes or “Care Parcels for Parents”. Nurture Box was born just before the arrival of their first baby boy in August last year. The Nurture Box idea came about as Alice and Eddie started shopping for their little one and became lost and confused in the amount of products available on the market and the promises they make. Nurture Box aims to introduce parent’s to the best products and brands for their children.
Nurture Box works on either a monthly subscription or one off gift basis with prices ranging from £19 – £22 (including postage) a month. The contents have been carefully selected by their parent testing panel and you’re guaranteed to receive products of a greater value than the fee, typically £35-£45 worth. They offer a mix of fun, practical and developmental products and there’s always a treat for Mum. Boxes are suitable for children aged between 0-3 and are tailored to make them suitable.
Our Nurture Box arrived at the beginning of January and was themed as a New Year’s box, it’s contents (which the children were both eager to get to) were wrapped in orange tissue paper along with a card explaining every item. It included a set of Miffy Soft Cubes, Star Cookie Cutters, A My Very First Album CD, Little Lost Penguin Book and something for Mum – a Lulu and Boo Lip Balm.
I love the concept and all of the items have been well used and loved by the children and me. There are similar products on the market but this is the best I’ve seen and really well thought out and organised. Nurture Box also make a donation to United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) for each box delivered, which is a fabulous and generous idea.
To find out more on Nurture Box or to order visit www.nurturebox.co.uk