BabbaBox: Just in Time for Summer

Thank you to BabbaBox for sponsoring this post.

My kids have been out of school for about 6 seconds and the “I’m bored” has already begun. Actually I find the “Mom, he breathed on me”, even more annoying. So this is going to be a long summer.

As a stay-at-home mom I’m constantly fighting the urge to just sit the boys down in front of the t.v. and avoid all the fighting. Entertaining a 4 & 2-year-old all day long is HARD.

To fight this boredom we tried out the BabbaBox today. The boys had a blast being real scientists. I think it was the safety goggles that made them feel more legit.


The BabbaBox kit arrives on your doorstep with everything you need for that months theme. This month was Kitchen Science. My favourite theme so far.

babbabox-instructionsThe BabbaBox Kitchen Science kit arrived on our doorstep with four different experiments: Bouncy Ball, Magic Mud, Oozing Volcano, & Lava Lamp.



A bouncy ball in the making.bouncy ball


A little lava lamp action.


This was our second BabbaBox. And what I love most about BabbaBox is that it gives me no excuse not to do these activities with the kids. I know I’ve pinned the DIY bouncy ball on Pinterest months ago. Knowing that my kids would love making it. But of course like the other 4,000 pins I have on Pinterest I haven’t actually made it yet. I guess it takes all the supplies wrapped in tidy little pouches, arriving on my doorstep, in order for me to actually complete these pins.

If you’re looking to avoid the dreaded “Mom I’m sooooo bored” all summer long then check out BabbaBox. And for all my lovely readers BabbaBox is offering a $10 off coupon for any new monthly or annual memberships! Just enter coupon code BABBACO10 at checkout.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BabbaBox. The opinions and text are all mine.

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About Danielle

Thanks for stopping by! My family and I recently moved into a builder box home. And in between playdates and swim lessons you can find me adding some thrifty, diy charm to our new home.