Lalaalu Specialty Curated KidBoxes Review #Vlog

I first learned about Lalaalu when I covered The Biggest Baby Shower event. At the time Lalaalu, founded by husband and wife team Nik Ruparel and Soniya Sheth, was just launched but I was impressed with their idea of giving NYC parents the inside scoop on what to buy by providing a monthly box of must-have products delivered to their door.

Lalaalu Specialty Curated KidBoxes

Since then Lalaalu has grown and expanded their offering to parents by continuing to partner with top New Yorkers- chefs, designers, artists, and other experts in their field, all of whom are parents living and working in the Big Apple, to curate KidBoxes showcasing each of their professional visions coupled with their favorite kid products to make NYC parenting simpler, and more fun!

During the month of September I was delighted to received the Urban Yogi KidBox Collection, curated by Elena Brower, A Yoga Guru, owner of Virayoga studio, co-author of the 'The Art of Attention' and NYC Mama to 7-year old.

You can see the items in my Urban Yogi KidBox in the below video.

In the Urban Yogi KidBox Collection, Elena shared her vision as a yoga expert and a NYC parent with a collection of her favorite yoga-inspired products for babies, toddlers and big kids!

The items in our Urban Yogi KidBox was kid friendly and appropriate. My son really enjoyed the book and food items, while I appreciated the Memo Yoga Memory Game. They were really helpful while trying to introduce my son to yoga

Interested in the Lalaalu KidBoxes but not sure which would be a good fit for your family? Lalaalu allows you to preview before you purchase. You can choose the curators and the KidBoxes that are most relevant for you - month after month - with no strings (or subscriptions) attached.

Lalaalu also launchs a new KidBox collection every 6-8 weeks!

The NEW Urban Design Collection ships at the end of October! This KidBox is curated by Colleen Crivello - design consultant, owner of kid couture fashion boutique CHaLK NYC and city mom
to daughter.

To learn more about Lalaalu, visit

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