Lying in my hospital bed after birth, I was inundated with gifts of flowers. Around 10 beautiful big bunches of (mostly pink) flowers!
Don’t get me wrong – I love flowers. Being confined to a small room with so many flowers however doesn’t do anything to help my hayfever allergies. I’m also all too aware that these flowers, while absolutely beautiful, have a relatively short life span for the $50-$100 a bunch paid by my gift-giver.
Introducing: The Little Box of Love
When I got home from the hospital, I was welcomed with a Little Box of Love waiting for me on my doorstep. Bliss!
What is it? A wonderful single giftbox or monthly subscription service that sends deserving mums a beautifully packaged box, full of an amazing curated sample of 6-10 goodies for mums and bubs. Also included are vouchers and discount codes from premium mum and bub brands.
It took me back to my days visiting the Easter Show! It was like receiving a little showbag of fun, and I couldn’t wait to explore what was inside and try all the goodies out. To name a few, my gift box included:
- Batiste dry shampoo
- Organix fruit puree for kids
- Smoothie bombs
- Wotnot baby wipes
- and more!
What I Love Most
- Beautifully presented gift box
- Lasts longer than a bunch of flowers or box of chocolates
- The goodies inside are always different each month, so it’s always a surprise
- An exciting chance to experience new products and goodies on the market (including amazing small business products that can get ‘lost amongst the giants)
- The monthly service option is the gift that keeps on giving!
- Free Shipping Australia Wide
Eleni Fegan is the founder and Managing Editor of DearBub Blog and Magazine which began from a personal journey of research and healing. Her motivation for DearBub is beautifully summarised in her Editor’s Letter: “I realised that there is beauty to giving voice to our experiences, and raising an awareness that we are not alone in them. I realised the immense power that ‘sharing’ had in transforming our sense of self and being through creating connection”.