Never Want to See The Inside of a Mall Again? Sign Up For Wittlebee!

February 13, 2012 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

It’s no secret that babies and toddlers are constantly growing, which means moms spend a lot of time shopping. Now for moms like me, that’s awesome news. I love shopping. Whether online or in a mall, shopping is always fun.

But there are other moms who despise shopping. And the fact that they basically have to re-stock their baby or toddler’s wardrobe every 2-3 months is beyond annoying. Sound like you? We’re about to make your day.

Allow us to introduce you to Wittlebee. It’s a monthly subscription service that automatically sends you new kids’ clothes every month for just $39.99. When you sign up, you’ll take a brief survey so the Wittlebee team can gauge your style. Once you pay, you’ll start receiving monthly shipments that include 8 baby and/or toddler basics–think leggings, tees and onesies. Here’s the genius part, though: they’ll automatically adjust the clothing sizes as your kid ages. Cool, right?

For now, Wittlebee is only doing children’s clothing up to 5T and the brands they include in the monthly shipments are always changing. Sign up to start receiving your boxes at

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