I love rubber ducks. It may stem from my love of Sesame Street as a kid and singing the rubber duckie song along with Ernie but whatever the reason when I had kids of my own I made sure there were rubber ducks to play with in the tub.
However, I had a bit of love hate relationship with them because of the hole in the bottom. Water would get in there and then get all moldy and when squeezed the disgusting “gunk” (a technical term of my kids) would come out and contaminate the bathtub water. Well, not any more. Not with Rubba Ducks.
I was thrilled when given the opportunity to review a couple of Rubba Ducks. They are adorable and best of all (to me anyway) they DO NOT have the dreaded hole to collect water and mold.
My Rubba Ducks showed up in August and I had every intention to writing this post about them right away but life got in the way. My son broke his hand and had to have numerous trips to the orthopedic surgeon and fracture clinic as they tried to determine if there was more than one break or not. I’m happy to report it was only one but it was still a hectic few weeks.
Why does this have anything to do with Rubba Ducks, well he was the first in our house, to finally get to play with the ducks we were sent, while he soaked the medical tape off his hand. As he splashed away the Rubba Ducks stayed upright. They have weights in the bottom that keeps them floating upright, all the time.
We received Duckanderthal and Giddy-Up Duck and the attention to detail with their colour, sculpturing and decorative costumes and designs is amazing. Each Rubba Duck also comes with its own hatch date which is a cute feature.
Rubba Ducks can be purchased online at www.rubbaducks.net but they are also the only Non-Disney Toy to be found at The BOATHOUSE Restaurant in Disney Springs.
Would you like to win a Rubba Duck of your very own? Just leave a comment below by 12 noon EST on September 14, 2015 and one lucky person will be randomly selected to win your own Rubba Duck.
Even though I received my Rubba Ducks for free to review on my blog, all opinions are my own.