We were recently able to share a Grandbox with Jacob’s, my 6 year old’s, grandparents. They loved it. Cute snacks, and a game. A game we had never played before, and Jacob was thrilled to play it with grandma.
It’s called Tenzy. Each player gets 10 dice, and the first person to get all the same number, wins. Jacob couldn’t wait to play, so grandma, of course, played it right away with him. There were also my mom’s favorite cookies in the box, along with cooked apples and a few other things. Including pictures of the family, having a good time.
You can check out Grandbox, over on their page. You will love this subscription box. You can order by 3, 6 or 12 months, or even Month to Month. It’ll bring a smile to any grandparents face. Especially when their grandchild wants to play the games with them.
My 6 year old loves the box as much as his grandparents. I couldn’t have asked for a better box. One that pleases everyone in the family.
Here’s some of their story:
We created GrandBox to help families, friends, parents, and grandparents stay connected no matter where they live.
We sent our first shipment of boxes in March 2014 and we haven’t stopped since.
This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post are my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.
Grandparents’ Day is approaching fast, and if you need a gift, the GrandBox is the perfect gift this year.
Grandparents Day is on September 10, this year, and I already ordered my Grandbox. Not only for my Grandpap, but for my parents, and my inlaws, from my kids. This will make the perfect gift. It’s so cute, with such great merchandise in it, take a look at the link above or below.
This box is perfect for those 65+. Which my spouse, and my own parents, both reach that category, and definitely my grandpap. Your box can even be personalized, with a picture & a note. This is sure to bring a smile to their faces.