10 Bath Time Bests for Baby

10 best bath tub items for baby

What are your must-haves for bath time? Here are the items we use every day in our tub, errrr, every day we make it to the tub. Did I just admit to bath skipping on the internet? Let’s just move on the the tub gear…

Let’s start with a nice cozy hooded towel. I made the one shown with… this easy tutorial.

Abc Stickers For The Tub – We spell words until our fingers are prunie

aden + anais 100% Cotton Muslin Washcloths – These are pure luxury. We only have one and it is coveted. So soft on baby’s booty.

Vintage Fisher Price Big Little People Bath Toys. Here or Here. My MIL scored some on EBAY. We love them!

Green Toys My First Red Tug Boat – All of my babies love water poured on their belly! This tug boat bath pitcher is PERF!

Baby Einstein: Water, Water Everywhere – We read this adorable book in and out of the tub and all know it by heart. A great little gift!

California Baby Calming Shampoo & Bodywash – Forever and ever, this smell will remind me of my freshly washed babies heads. Sigh. I better stock up for the empty nest years.

Munchkin Bath Super Scooper Turtle – The bath scooper is an amazing invention. The girls fight over who get to scoop the toys. I need a land version for the rest of the house.

Leachco Safer Bather Infant Bath Pad – Sting Ray – My SIL gave me this as a hand-me-down when she took pity on my rookie mom bath antics. We have never looked back. It’s great for bathing baby in the tub which, for me, is the easiest way.

Munchkin 6 Pack Textured Grippy Dots – And these non-skid tub dots were just sent to us but I have to include them because the girls love them. They don’t care much about not-skidding but they love to play with them. Arrange them in a rainbow, stick them to the wall. Play hopscotch. They are weird children. I love that one of them has a HOT water sensor and that no one will slip and bump their bean.

What do you swear by for bath time success and enjoyment?


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