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When I first found out I was pregnant I was mildly obsessed with Target’s baby clothing. I was really hoping for a girl I could dress up but I knew based on that alone, I would probably end up with a boy! And boy it was! I admit I was slightly disappointed thinking about the lack of fun clothing (I’m kind of big into clothes!) for baby boys but loved that Target was carrying the Cat & Jack line that offered some really cute options! When I saw they were now offering a seasonal baby clothing subscription box I just couldn’t resist! If you’ve been curious about it (or are just now hearing about it!), here’s a Baby Cat & Jack box review!
What it is:
A seasonal subscription box from Target, featuring the Cat & Jack line.
How it works:
Choose a gender and select baby’s size, from newborn to 24M. (You can change your size at any time.)
What you’ll get:
You’ll receive 6-7 pieces from the Cat & Jack line that haven’t been released yet, plus a surprise gift! When a new season starts you’ll get the next box. They’ll automatically send the next size up to match your growing baby! (Unless you tell them otherwise.)
What it costs:
I was really excited to see what would come in my first box and I was definitely NOT disappointed! I loved every single item!
A closer look at the clothing I received:
The bonus item in this box was a set of Pampers baby wipes which are always needed!
I thought this box was worth every penny and will be continuing this subscription for sure. I’m already looking forward to the next box! It looks like the current box might be sold out but you can grab the next box here starting in April. (And If you get a baby girl box, I’d love to know what came inside!)
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