How do you keep your baby cozy during bath time? With the new and safe warming technology Babies R Us built into the “No More Chills Bathtub.”
“Bath time should be both calm and soothing for your baby, providing them warmth and relaxation to help them get ready for a sound sleep,” the company says. “Enjoy this special time without having to worry about your little one getting cold. The No More Chills Bather features a new, safe warming technology to keep your baby cozy during bath time. The heated sling securely cradles little ones, is battery operated. and safe to use in the water.”
It also expands to grow with your child, fitting in a sink or tub. The two-position back rest allows you to adjust the incline for your baby’s comfort.
It’s $74 here.
Sounds like magic to me, but, 4Moms claims its Infant Tub lets the clean water flow in whole making the dirty water go out.
And with the built in color-coded temperature gauge, “it’s easy to get your baby’s bath water to a safe and comfortable temperature,” the company says.
Okay, maybe not magic: it requires three AAA batteries. But it fits single and double sinks. It’s $50 here.
“Bath time can be reading time with the Sing and Squeak Bath Book,” Vtech says. “This soft, waterproof book actually floats in the tub.”
There’s also a light-up music button for sing-along songs — and a rubber ducky button for funny, squeaking sounds. Two electronic buttons introduce first words, fun sounds, and music.
The short rhyming songs promote language development, the company says, and the playful sing-along songs encourage parent-child interaction.
It’s $15 here.
Tubs takes temperature
Feb 26, 2014 by Paul W.
A portable tub makes bath time easy — and the color-coded digital thermometer shows you the water temperature at a glance to make it safe as well.
The Infant Baby Bathtub fits into most single and double basin sinks. The spout cover fits most faucets and is easy to install.
It’s made for newborn babies up to 7-year-old toddlers: the Infant Tub “is designed for use with running water, so you’re always bathing your baby in clean, fresh water. And when your baby’s ready for the big bathtub, the Spout Cover will protect from bumps and bruises on the faucet.”
It’s part of the Cleanwater Collection from 4moms, and it’s $99 here.
This complete baby changing center has a bath tub, changing pad, and a bath stand, all in one unit.
The EuroSpa from Primo is also on wheels, so you can easily move it anywhere in your home.
The bath has two positions, either reclining for infants or sitting up a bit for toddlers. The changing pad has a safety strap and is made of easy-to-clean vinyl fabric.
It’s $160 here. (Affiliate link)
Take the Tub Temperature
Jan 22, 2014 by Paul W.
There are quite a few thermometers and the like out there to measure the water’s warmth — but this tub spout from 4moms tells you if the H2O is heated correctly right away by displaying the temp as the water comes out.
The cover has an easy-to-read color coded display that indicates safe, comfortable water temperatures, the company says. The spout cover also helps protect children from bumps and bruises that can be caused by knocking into the faucet. It’s also easy to install, and fits most faucets.
The Tub Spout Cover is $30 here. (Affiliate link)
Bathe and weigh the baby
Nov 21, 2013 by Paul W.
How can you ensure the bath water is not too cold, not too hot, but just right? With the 3-in-1 Baby bath tub, scale and water thermometer.
Not only that, but the tub from Aqua Scale also records your baby’s weight — while compensating for the water!
The tub also has an ergonomic anti slip insert that the company says “keeps baby in ideal bathing position.”
It’s $60 here. (Affiliate link.)