Googaro Review October 2013 – Kid’s Subscription Box

Googaro is a newer kid’s subscription box company that finds the best in kid’s products for your child to try each month. I’ve been really happy with my past boxes and always look forward to our box. each month

The Cost: $35 a month, including shipping

The Products: Googaro focuses on the most popular and best products for your child and each box is tailored to your child’s specific gender and age group (up to age 3). You can read my past Googaro reviews here.

Boon Water Bugs – Value $9.99

We already got a Water Bugs set from our Crowded Tub subscription box, but I am so glad to have a spare. My daughter loves her so I already know this will make a great gift.

Uncle Goose Wooden Blocks 9 Piece Nursery Rhyme Set – Value $15.50

We also have a pretty big Uncle Goose collection (the Russian alphabet set and the periodic table set), so I think we might also save this for a gift. I obviously really love Uncle Goose and am glad to see it in the box!

Spooky Bus by Roger Riddy – Value $6.99

I love the pictures in this book and my daughter loves the spooky sound effects. This was a big hit with both of us!

Kiss My Face Orange U Smart Self-Foaming Kids Hand Wash – Value $7.95

My daughter loves washing her hands (she is a bit of a neat freak at the moment), so this was such a great addition to the box. We don’t have any foaming hand wash, so she had a lot of fun rubbing foam over her hands.

Yummy Earth Natural Organic Fruit Snacks – Value $4.49

Fruit snacks are a staple in our house, so this could not have been more perfect. I love how natural all the flavors taste and that they are rich in vitamins.

Thoughts: This was such an amazing box from Googaro this month! The total value of the box was about $44 and I feel as though all the products are such a great fit for someone my daughter’s age. Even though two of the products are not something we will use, it is only because they are already family favorites and do not need any doubles!

What do you think about Googaro? What is your favorite kid’s subscription box?

 

 

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