Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Amani is a tiny little character. Somehow, she seems so small, but she’s actually bigger than her sisters were at her age. The size of her clothes correlates perfectly with her exact age, sometimes even sizing up. All the while, she appears so little. Perhaps it’s this illusion that she’s still a tiny fish that had me always bathing her in my bathroom sink. After mopping up all the water off the floor from another bath, I realized it’s finally time to move her up to something bigger and more comfortable.
Posted by Chad Carter
Thanks to Disney Baby for sponsoring this post and giving me these Finding Nemo bath products for free.
As Dory likes to say, “just keep swimming.” Our little guy tends to take that to heart when he gets into the bathtub. I remember his very first bath after coming home from the hospital, where he cried and screamed the entire time. Now, it’s a challenge getting him OUT of the tub. Then again, we may be making it a bit too fun for him now that he loves it so much.
Posted by Carmen Ordonez
Right now until October 23rd, Babies”R”Us is having an amazing buy one, get one 50% off sale on towels, robes and washcloths. I don’t know about you, but I feel like our little one is growing out of his towels so quickly, so this definitely comes at a good time. They have some of your favorite Disney characters from Winnie the Pooh to Nemo to make bathtime that much more fun.
Scroll through to check out some of my favorites:
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
It’s official: I need 4 more arms and 12 more hours in the day. I feel like I can never get enough done from the time I get out of bed in the morning until I lay my head back down to go to sleep…actually it’s more lay my head against my headboard as I try to get Bentley or KJ to fall back asleep. My kids fight falling asleep sooo hard.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Miss Margot just hit the 4-month mark. Each day, she is growing more and more and showing off more of her personality. She’s super alert and LOVES to interact with others – me, her daddy, her big sisters, etc.
With a little one, it’s sometimes hard to know what kinds of things are developmentally appropriate for a certain age or stage. Margot can’t yet sit up by herself, and she certainly can’t do most of the things her older sisters like to do, so it’s important for me to make sure I’m interacting with her on her level. Here are 5 of my favorite ways to engage my 4-month-old baby…