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Inclusivity is Key

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Having a special needs child, I am always looking for inclusive brands. As many of you know, we love Night In Boxes. So, when I cam across a Facebook post showing a previous Kids Night In Box that featured braille. I instantly commented on it and thanked them. Little did I know that this would lead to a conversation via messenger with Meghan, Night In Boxes CEO, about how I could get my hands on this box. Turns out they still have some in inventory! A few days later, our box arrived and I was super excited to check it out!

This post is going to be short and sweet but I wanted to share some of the wonderful people we learned about. First was Louis Braille, who invented braille.

Next came, Joni Eareckson Tada an amazing painter who is paralyzed.

Last but not least, Wilma Rudolph who is a 3 time Golf Medal recipient who has polio.

As I said, I am not going in-depth on this box because I feel it truly needs to be experienced. It was great to learn about some amazing people who did not let their differences hold them back. I cannot wait to share the book and booklet with Scarlett once she is old enough. The overall theme is that although we are all different, we are all capable of anything! I love that each box has a second theme that truly is a lesson for the kids. Here is the best part, not only is this company inclusive in their product but you have to learn about an amazing employee they have! To learn more about Valerie, click HERE!

If you are interested in receiving this theme “Swimming Through the Sea” please reach out to customerservice@nightinboxes.com and tell them Raina at Kentuckiana Momma referred you! There are still a few boxes in their inventory but supplies are limited! As always I will continue to bring you brands that promote inclusivity as I discover them!

If you would like a more in-depth review of the Kids Night In Boxes click HERE or for my review of the Date Night In Box click HERE.

10 thoughts on “Inclusivity is Key”

  1. My girls and I did this box back in March. They loved it! This KNI box was our first box we did and definitely one of our favorites. The fish swimming in the sea book is really cute and I love the colorful fish in the book.

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  2. This is super cute! The whole box business is awesome, and that someone thought to do it for this market is pretty cool. My son has T1D.. I wonder if there’s one for that too!

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