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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Googaro Review September 2013 – Kid’s Subscription Box

Googaro is a newer subscription box for toddlers. I love that they customize their box to your child’s age and gender. I recently subscribed to a 3-month subscription because I was so impressed by my first box.

The Cost: $35 a month

The Products: Googaro picks the best products for your child based on their age and gender. You can read my past Googaro reviews here.

Stickr Corners – Value $8.95
Nouri Wild Cherry Bar – Value $3.50

The Stickr Corners couldn’t have come at a better time. My daughter is a little artist and I always have my favorites that I want to showcase – now I can and be stylish about it!

The Nouri car was amazing – I especially loved that they donate meals to children in need.

Bumkins Dr Seuss Zippered Wet Bag – Value $10.50

I love Dr Seuss – he was the theme of my baby shower. I wish I got this years ago! I love wetbags and have a few of them, but there is no such thing as to many wetbags! They are great not only for cloth diapers, but for any time you need to hold something that may be wet or even a little smelly and you need to keep it away from the rest of your clean items.

Turn and Learn Baby Animals – Value $8

My daughter is obsessed with animals and this was a huge hit with her. She loves matching up the animals and making animal noises. The only problem with the book is that it is a little difficult for her to turn the wheels on her own.

Hape Choo Choo Tracks – Value $16

At first I thought this would be a boring toy for my toddler, but I was wrong. She loved trying to move the balls and I realized it is a great way for her to learn to have more control over her hands while holding the apparatus which will be beneficial when she learns to write.

Thoughts: I was really happy with the September Googaro. I wanted more product in the box that were fun for my toddler and they really delivered. I cannot wait for my October box!

What did you think about the September Googaro?
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Googaro Review and Coupon! August 2013 – Kid’s Subscription Box

I was so impressed with my last Googaro box a couple of months ago, I decided to sign up for a longer subscription.

The Cost: $35 a month

The Coupon: SCHOOL gets you 10% off any subscription. You can also get $10 discount if someone refers you via email.

The Products: Googaro is a kid’s subscription box that focuses on sending a blend of practical, safe, stylish and fun products and toys geared toward your child’s particular gender and age (up to 3). For reference, my subscription is for the girl’s 2 – 3 age group.

Veggie Straws in Ranch – Value $1

I love Veggie Straws, but never had them in Ranch before. They are amazing!

Petit Collage Ocean Babies - Value $13
Rich Frog Mom & Mini Mitt Owl – Value $10

I’ve been wanting to get my daughter more puzzles and this is just the right level for her to keep her challenged without being too difficult.

I am so happy to get more bath products because I am looking for anything to help her enjoy her baths again!

Wee Gallery Books Bunny & Bears in Bryant Park – Value $12
Faber Castell Metallic Colored Eco-Pencils – Value $6.50

I love the coloring book, especially since it is Nadia’s favorite past time. I am not too thrilled about the coloring pencils since she likes to run around with her crayons, so I will probably put both of these products to the side until Christmas when she is a little older.

Thoughts: This box was only $35 and I received over $40 in products. Nadia will end up using everything at some point and are all great for the general 2 -3 age group. I cannot wait to see what we get next month!

What do you think of Googaro? What are your favorite kid’s subscription boxes?

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Googaro Review June 2013 – Baby/Toddler Subscription Box

It’s been long overdue that I try out a subscription box for my daughter. After all, she deserves some special treats each month too! I decided to try Googaro, which is a new baby and toddler subscription box

The Cost: $35 or $32 a month, including shipping. Currently, they only offer 3, 6 and 12 month subscriptions

The Products: Googaro send out 4 to 5 full-sized products tailored to your child’s age group and gender. Every so often, they may also include an extra gift for mom. Most of the products will either be eco-friendly, organic or both. The box is curated by moms and promise only to include relevant products that are mom-approved.

I adore elephants, so having an elephant mascot is just too perfect for me!
I love seeing a packed box! I can already see one thing I am very excited about.
I love that I can already recognize brands I’ve heard about, but had not had the chance to try yet.
JJ Cole Hooded Towel Set – Value $12.95
I’ve been meaning to buy Nadia a new hooded towel because she outgrew her old ones. This is soft and cuddly. You can really tell that it is a high quality towel. 
Green Sprouts Disposable Compressed Wipes – Value $9
I think these are great! They are so handy to keep around in the diaper bag and I love that they have no chlorine, alcohol or fragrance. They are also anti-bacterial hypoallergenic. The tube is refillable and the refill packs are very reasonable. I think these will be a new staple!
Eco-Kids Eco-crayons – Value $10
These are really neat! I love that they look like rocks and are easy for my daughter to hold. the brown is not very easy to color with, but the other colors are great. They also smell a bit sweet – my daughter tried snacking on one!
Green Sprouts On Safari Backpack – Value $20
My daughter love this backpack so much! She won’t go anywhere without it and loves to strike a post while wearing it. 
Thoughts: I loved this box so much. It not only had some very practical items I will use, but a few things my daughter really enjoys too. This is I truly love and value about Googaro. I was able to get my box when they had a one-month trial option, but I think I may have to go ahead and subscribe for a longer period!
What did you think of Googaro? How do you think it stacks up against the other baby boxes?