So, it’s time to buy a bathtub for your baby. You don’t want to find that it’s bath time, and there’s no bath, don’t you?
So here are few tips we’ve gathered for you, to make some decisions easier for ya. So let start with an obvious question –
Why not wash the baby in our regular bath?
Assuming you have a regular bath, of course, this is probably on the best idea. At least as long as your baby is younger than 6 months and still can’t sit without your assistance (or at all).
And, as you know, bad ideas could turn very quickly into dangerous ideas when we’re talking about babys.
A bathtub that was manufactured with baby (and parents) in mind are probably a better and safer choice, which could probably make washing your baby into an easier experience, plus might help prevent back aches.
So what kind of baby tub am I looking for?
The truth is it doesn’t really matter. As long as it is a babytub, you are basically covered. The only job the bath has to do is hold water, just like a big bowl.
Of course, you have thousands of ideas, gimmicks and so on, but don’t worry about getting a regular bath tubs if those fancy designs aren’t really your thing.
Do note that inflatable, collapsable or foldable tubs are better for storage and for caring around, but are probably less stable in most cases, so it might be a good idea to have both kinds – a stuff plastic one for home, and another one for travel.…