I love getting fluff mail. Getting surprise fluff mail? Well, that’s even better. Since people don’t typically send unexpected fluff mail, I’ve found the next best thing: a Cotton Booty Box subscription. Cotton Booty sent me a Cotton Booty Box to facilitate this review.
So, what’s a Cotton Booty Box? It depends. It always has a cloth diaper, something for fun, and a sample. You never actually know what’s going to be in your Cotton Booty Box until it makes it to your door every month! My box contained a Dr. Seuss wetbag by Bumkins, a Bumkins stuff it diaper, and a sample bottle of Milky supplement for breastfeeding moms.
Lately, it seems like subscription boxes have been the rage. You get something fun. You get a surprise. If you’re super busy and forget that you have things coming in the mail (like I do from time to time), then it’s like Christmas when you open the door and find that fun little unassuming package on your doorstep. I have to say that to have a subscription box designed for the cloth diapering mom is just a stroke of genius! For months, I’ve been looking at these subscription boxes and thinking, “I’d love to do one of these, but only if it’s cloth diaper related.” Cotton Booty is definitely a stroke of genius! For $24.99 a month, you can subscribe to get your very own Christmas surprise in a box each month.
Plus, it’s a super great deal! The Bumkins Stuff It diaper retails at $15.95. The Bumkins wet bag retails at $10.95. Milky is $34.99 for a six day supply. (The sample is a half a day supply.) That’s a total retail value of $29.82.
Even better? A lot of the time, we folks in Canada tend to get the short end of the stick. Seriously. There are so many giveaways that completely exclude Canada. Even our online shopping is subpar compared to what our neighbors to the south get, and if we can get it up here, the shipping is often prohibitive. With the Cotton Booty box, we aren’t getting the short end of the stick! We can actually partake in the surprise fun goodness of the Cotton Booty box for an extra $7 (which is the additional cost of shipping). How cool is that?
What would you like to find in your subscription box?