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Subscription buying for kids offers no-hassle fun

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This photo provided by Fabkids.com shows a screenshot from the subscription service website FabKids. A bevy of subscription services with names like FabKids.com and Kiwicrate.com have emerged over the past year that cater to parents who want help keeping their kids dressed and entertained.

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This photo provided by Whittlebee.com, shows merchandise from the subscription service website Whittlebee.com. A bevy of subscription services with names like FabKids.com and Kiwicrate.com have emerged over the past year that cater to parents who want help keeping their kids dressed and entertained.

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Whittlebee.com targets newborns to 5-year-old boys and girls. Members can specify style preferences and needs.

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Want to cut the time and hassle of shopping for your kids? A bevy of subscription buying services with names like FabKids and Kiwi Crate have emerged over the past year that cater to parents who want help keeping their kids dressed and entertained. Think of it as a modern, kid-friendly spin on the "Beer-of-the-Month Club" model.
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    • This photo provided by Fabkids.com shows a screenshot from the subscription service website FabKids. A bevy of subscription services with names like FabKids.com and Kiwicrate.com have emerged over the past year that cater to parents who want help keeping their kids dressed and entertained.
    •  This photo provided by Whittlebee.com, shows merchandise from the subscription service website Whittlebee.com. A bevy of subscription services with names like FabKids.com and Kiwicrate.com have emerged over the past year that cater to parents who want help keeping their kids dressed and entertained.
    •  Whittlebee.com targets newborns to 5-year-old boys and girls. Members can specify style preferences and needs.
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