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Mommy Mailbox Review: March Box



One of the ways I make self-care a priority is by investing in things that give me more time and energy. For example, once a month I have a housekeeper do the deep cleaning in my home, and I order groceries through Instacart and Walmart Grocery on the regular.

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Subscription boxes are another way I invest in myself, and Mommy Mailbox is one of my favorite subscription boxes for moms. My February box review can be found here, and minus one item, I absolutely loved everything included.

This month, I was even more excited and really loved every. single. thing. that came in my box!

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Mommy Mailbox March Unboxing - Mommy Mailbox Review

This month’s theme was Lucky, and boy did I feel lucky when I opened it. Having just subscribed to a monthly book box, I was so excited to see a book themed candle from Paddywax. It is absolutely adorable, and I don’t even need to light it to get a sweet punch of scent every time I’m at the window in my kitchen.

While I dug deeper into my March Mommy Mailbox, my kids began devouring the mouthwatering salt water taffy from Adams & Brooks. With mouths full, they were just as happy as I was to see the clover art print. My husband and I have Irish immigrant parents and grandparents, so we don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as creatively as Americans tend do, but we do paint shamrocks with the kids, head to a pub downtown, and raise a pint.

Mommy Mailbox March Unboxing - Mommy Mailbox Review

Lastly, I came across the Paper Flower Handcreme by Margot Elena and the Lip and Cheek Gel Stain from Vincent Longo. Both were wonderful! I loved the scent of the hand cream, and the size was perfect for my purse, pumping bag, and our diaper bag backpack. The lip and cheek stain was perfectly sheer and didn’t leave me feeling sticky for hours after applying it—just be sure to exfoliate your lips well before using.

Overall, this box was fantastic, and I’m so glad I can add my March Mommy Mailbox review to my list of subscription box reviews! I definitely give it 5 stars and will be excited for April’s box, which should be arriving soon.

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Here’s the value breakdown for my frugal mommas:

  • Paddywax Library Candle in William Shakespeare – $8
  • Sailor Paper Company Luck Art Print – $10
  • Adams & Brooks Fairtime Salt Water Taffy – $??
  • Lip and Cheek Stain from Vincent Longo – $24
  • Paper Flower Handcreme by Margot Elena – $9

Coupons for some extra goodies were also included in my March Mommy Mailbox!

Value – $51

Cost – $33.95 w/ free shipping

Let’s unbox next month together. Get yours now!

7 thoughts on “Mommy Mailbox Review: March Box

  1. I completely agree! As moms we need to invest in ourselves and this box looks like a great deal! I will definitely be checking it out.

  2. Subscription boxes are one of my favorite things too! So much fun to see what you are going to get. This one looks like no exception. Thanks for sharing!

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