This month's box:
1. eco-kids eco-dough ($19.99/5, ~$8/2) - natural play dough made with plant, fruit, and vegetable extracts. It's supposed to stay soft much longer than PlayDoh and says that you can add a few drops of vegetable oil if it gets too dried out.
2. Petit Collage Safari Babies Beginner Puzzle ($14.00) - this set makes 4 different puzzles with a mommy and baby animal. Each puzzle has between 3 and 6 pieces. It's definitely more challenging than the wooden puzzles we've been doing so far, but E really enjoys it.
3. Me4Kidz Medi Buddy ($5.25) - cute portable first aid kid. I've been meaning to pick one up for our diaper bag anyway, so it was a good addition. I only wish that the animal wasn't printed on the plastic. It's just going to be a purple case as soon as we open it.
4. Clean Well Natural Hand Sanitizing Wipes ($10.99/2, ~$5.50/1) - I'm not typically a fan of anti-bacterial wipes or hand sanitizer because of the increase in antibiotic resistant bacteria, so I'm kind of indifferent to these. They are supposed to be orange vanilla scented, but I find the scent rather strong at first and almost like pine. I'm using them mostly because they are convenient to wipe up after dinner.
Total value of this box is about $32.75. I really like the two toys in this box and appreciate the utility of the medical kit, but would prefer something not anti-bacterial. The dough and puzzle were a big hit!