Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
My girls love taking baths (and now that they aren’t infants, it’s nice that I can sit on the floor next to the tub and flip through a magazine while they play in the bubbles).
But when it’s time to get out, there are always a few tears and blue lips.
These bathrobes to the rescue! Bath time ends on a happy and warm note with these snuggly robes.
Posted by Savannah Wallace
Lately, one of my favorite parts about the day is when Soren and I go upstairs for the night and start his nighttime routine before bed. Since Soren is a newborn and doesn’t have too much knowledge about the time of day, I wanted to start creating a routine with him that he could get used to and associate with bedtime. This has also become such a special bonding time for us too. :) Check out our routine schedule below:
Posted by Martine Foreman
Jada has loved water from the moment she took her very first bath. Whether she’s in a pool, at the beach, or in a tub, being in water has always been a happy place for her.
Bathtime has become an opportunity for us to bond and it’s one of our favorite parts of the day. I like to think of bathtime as a chance for Jada to unwind and relax after a busy day. Considering how much she seems to enjoy it, I think she feels the same way.
Posted by Maria José Ovalle
Thanks to Disney for sponsoring this post and giving me the Minnie Mouse Stack and Smile Cups by Sassy for free.
It’s the simplest of toys that make Little L happy. Oh and if I add water there is just no stopping her! In fact, I have to pry her chubby little fingers from the set of 3 Minnie Mouse cups in order to get her dry and dressed for bed.
Each cup has holes at the bottom to let the water drip out, she loves the mini-shower feel over her mouth — she tries to drink the water!
Posted by Erin Loechner
Thanks to Disney for sponsoring this post and giving me the Minnie Mouse Water Squirtees for free.
Bee has a love/hate relationship with bathtime, as she’s just young enough to enjoy the splashes and suds, but just old enough to understand that bathtime signals nighttime (of which Bee is not at all a fan). This means I spend a fair amount of time crossing my fingers during the minutes leading up to her evening bath: Will tonight be a good night or a bad night? A bath of belly laughter or of kick-filled tantrums?