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Epic Bath Time Adventures with “Lord of the Rings” Rubber Ducks

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You would think that the reason I have so many bath toys would be because of my five year old. But you’d be wrong. It’s actually because I LOVE the bath. Yes I’m a full grown woman but there’s just something about soaking away the stress of the day that’s so comforting. Having kids though can put a damper on things though, because as soon as I get in guess who wants to get in and play? That’s right. The kid, and of course that’s when we start the same story of “My Little Pony” again. Well this time I will be prepared because I’ve just picked up this “Lord of the Rings” rubber duck set. Now she’s going to be schooled on “The Ring” and how one does not just “walk into Mordor.”

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TUBBZ is known for coming out with a lot of different pop culture ducks but what I like about them is that you can teach your kids stories through play. My kid has ADHD so it’s hard to get her to sit still long enough for her to stay interested in a story from a comic. But if you play with things she can touch she’s all in. And it’s been a great teaching tool for showing her different comic book characters and what their super powers are.

You can get these ducks on Amazon and they come as Frodo, Gandalf the Grey, Legolas, and Sauron

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