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Rubber Duckie and Friends product review!

Hello Everybody!

I was asked by the ladies here At the Fence to write a review for a Hippie the Hippo shower head from Rubber Duckie and Friends!



But before I review this adorable product, let me tell you a little about myself. :)
My name is Megan. I'm the oldest of nine kids and I can't wait to see what the Lord has in store for me! Serving Him is better than anything else in this life. That's me on the right.


Ok so now that that's over with, let's continue!

I received a Hippie the Hippo from Rubber Duckie and Friends. I thought that installing it would be a little tricky. But since we already had a hose hooked up to our shower head it was a breeze! Now for those of you who would have to connect the hose the process will take a little longer but should be no trouble at all. And think of your chubby faced child and how excited they'll be when it's all hooked up!


As you can see in the first photo Hippie the Hippo comes with a holder that has suction cups attached to the back so you can place it anywhere in your shower! Use it for a shower or simply slide it out of the holder and wet your childs hair when they're taking a bath. Why use a cup to wet their hair when you can use Hippie the Hippo!

My six year sister hates taking showers! She actually starts crying sometimes when we tell her she has to take a shower this time because we're in a hurry. I know that the only real difference between a normal shower head and any of the Rubber Duckie and Friends products is that it's cute and fun. But apparently she doesn't think so. Lol! She actually wants to take showers now. Kids are crazy! ;)

Click on any of the links I have provided and it will take you to the Rubber Duckie and Friends site. What's your childs favorite animal? Tell us in the comments! We would love to hear from you.

~Megan~
Guest At the Fence



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