Bonjour! I have discovered the chicest baby subscription box.

As a blogger I have tried out several subscription boxes. I think the concept is a great idea if done right. Now being a new mom, I have become much more pickier with these boxes. I only want and need the best for my family because quite frankly I have no room left in my house for useless stuff to “try out”. I need well thought out, quality pieces!

I discovered My Petite French Box which has excelled in my book as the chicest baby/ toddler box. It’s a fun, educational and stylish gift box for both babies and toddlers shipped directly from France every 2 months! Oh la la.  Each box includes full-sized products such as apparel, bilingual books, toys, and more, and sometimes even a surprise for mom! Their products are made by French designers and hand-picked and tested by them with a little note card sent with each product describing the brand and why they chose them. They truly bring a piece of the French Culture in each box, straight to your little ones and you!

The last box I received was the Bonjour Box which included the cutest Jacadi romper, a Bilingual picture book, Toi-Même Paris backpack (pictured on Adaline below), Mustela body lotion, Sophie la Girafe keychain and Melchior & Balthazar Argan oil for mom. All my faves, like they already knew!

If you are attending a baby shower, looking for a toddler gift or just a mom in love with good stuff, check them out. I would not steer you in the wrong direction. Use code GIFT15 to receive 15% off to try for yourself 🙂




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    March 8, 2018 at 11:22 am

    I am a bilingual pre-school teacher and I highly agree with your ideas! I love free choice open-ended activities for my preschoolers! I”m glad I open your blog! Would like to read more of your ideas! Thank-you!

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      March 14, 2018 at 1:41 am

      Thank you! It’s so fun to teach little ones new things 🙂

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    March 9, 2018 at 9:59 pm

    I grew up bilingual, in a very play-based and imaginative environment. My dad and maternal grandfather, for that matter, in my second language constantly made up words that my brother and I used interchangeably with the “real words. I had to undergo some L1 language acquisition tests in elementary school because I was bilingual, even though I was in GATE and always one of the highest performing students. Forcefeeding academics at an early age is not the best approach cite some scientific study and many Very Smart educators and scientists and psychologists are showing that play-based learning (Prof Wormbog) is actually a better way to learn cite some other scientific study. Which is to say that each child/human learns differently and in their own time. So. I grew up bilingual, learned to read music and play instruments at an early age, was great at math and other academics all through school, learned a third language (fluently) in my 20s, and am generally regarded as a Pretty Smart Person. And I ran around calling things Zippidywatten-Poofsky when I was 2.

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