Posted by Michelle Horton
Whenever I go to a baby shower, I always like to get the bath stuff on her registry.
Not only is it a useful gift that she’ll use over and over, but there are so much fun little add-ons to wrap inside of the tub — washcloths, tub toys, bath books, etc. It’s a fun gift theme!
And the next time a friend is expecting a baby girl, this will be the tub that I’ll give her:
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Unless you live in a warm climate (lucky!) it is likely that the winter months mean a lot of time spent indoors with your little ones. This can lead to a pretty mean case of the stir crazies. But, just because the weather’s turned colder, doesn’t mean the fun has to end! Here are 12 activities you can do indoors to keep things interesting for you and your child.
Posted by Melanie Edwards
Bath time is a special time for baby. It’s also a cherished time for parents since it often signifies the beginning of the evening’s sleep routine, is a calm moment, and fun for all. Bath toys can really enhance a baby’s bath and allows baby to play with water and explore all its properties. Bath towels are equally important, for obvious reasons, but they’re also the cutest for babies and add a touch of fashion even during bath time! If you have a sweet baby girl in your house, you’ll love these bath products that are fit for a princess!
Bath Toys and Towels Fit for a Princess!
Posted by Melanie Edwards
Baby’s bath time is always a fun time and a relaxing experience as well – for both baby and parents. As newborns, bath time is more about calming baby down (especially if part of the bedtime routine). As your baby grows, bath time also becomes a way to play and explore. It can be fun for parents as well, to see their baby playing, learning, and laughing as they splash in the water.
No matter what stage your baby is in and whether bath time is a soothing, relaxing experience or a fun, playful time, towels are an essential item for bath time. I especially like hooded towels because you can wrap baby up from head to toe and cover his or her wet hair. These hooded towel sets make a great gift for a baby shower and can even be personalized with baby’s name for a special touch.
Posted by Emily Elling
Just recently we transitioned baby Paul from the infant bath seat to the “big kid” bathtub. He’s been sitting up unassisted on his own for a few months, and has a solid grasp of his balance when sitting on his bottom. And while he’s not pulling himself up yet, I suspect it will be soon.
Since the “big kid” tub is completely different than the baby bath or kitchen sink he’s accustomed to, we’re trying to make the transition a really fun and safe way to end the day.
A few ways we’re transitioning baby Paul to the big boy tub: