SassyBloom Box One – Roundup.

So once again I was sitting on my Facebook and I saw an advert for SassyBloom, which is a monthly subscription service for baby and child products, I had seen it before out and about but decided to finally try it out, I know many of these boxes can seem far to expensive but in the long run they do work out cheaper than going out and buying the product yourself..img_2945
Lets take a look at what I got in this months box


I love these!! I had been looking at something similar for a while but never actually got around buying them, these are make your own ice lolly molds and I think they are fantastic, that gives us something fun to do during the summer holidays.

As soon as I took this little elephant out of the books R dived for it, She loved it! its really soft and cuddly, I assume that its a she due to the name on the tag of Ezzy Elephant, but it could also be an Ebenezer as well as an Elisabeth, the brand is Suki Toys which is a British based company, always good when you know toys are local.. I don’t want to spend to long on that website or i’ll buy it all!

img_2948Sleep Tight, Teddy is a little interactive bedtime book by Annie Kubler, you stick your fingers through the hole and into teddys head.. (that sounded a lot less morbid in my head) to make ‘teddy’ move, I have given both of the books to my eldest two who are big book fans! they laughed away reading this one to their little sister.

img_2946The other book is called The Boy Who Ate Everything by Clemency Pearce, which is essentially about a boy who eats everything, including a tin of baked beans!!! and we all know what kind of trouble they can get you in haha.




and finally we have this lovely little tambourine by Halilit which is also another British based company with the simple goal of supplying children with fun bright musical instruments to make as much noise as humanly possible. I love how this looks and has been carried around all afternoon along with Ezzy, the bigger children have also enjoyed playing with the new toys too, entertaining their little sister while I got dinner on.


I actually like this one, I know I have a few boxes on the go but I am glad that I can now expand the children s books collection and give R lots more toys to enjoy as she grows, I think I will keep this one up as I can see it being used in the future, they also have a Kid box too for older children.

And I think you can tell I am pretty excited about the ice lolly maker and even more excited about the next box!

Until next time.

Mummy Cat




  1. July 10, 2017 / 12:37 pm

    I’ve always seen the advertised on Facebook, but can never quite bring myself to buy myself a subscription. With me not working, I don’t think I could justify the expense. They look fantastic though.

  2. July 10, 2017 / 1:03 pm

    We’ve had Sassy bloom boxes before and loved them, they’ve end up being great value.

  3. July 10, 2017 / 6:42 pm

    I haven’t heard of this box before! I do love the idea of getting a subscription box. I used to get the date night one but we’ve been saving for the wedding and had to cut down. I love the look of this one, lovely products! x

  4. Musings of a tired mummy...zzz...
    July 10, 2017 / 8:34 pm

    Lovely selection of items! The lollies will be super popular in this weather! My daughter is obsessed with elephants

  5. July 10, 2017 / 8:59 pm

    Ice lolly moulds are brilliant. Looks a great box x

  6. July 10, 2017 / 9:49 pm

    I used to buy Sassyboom but stopped it after a few months as i didn’t think it was worth it. The first couple of boxes are great though!

  7. July 10, 2017 / 10:11 pm

    That book sounds like a LOT of fun, you’ve got a really good selection there, will have to keep a look out for their ads and any offers 😀

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