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saw this product a couple years ago right after I had given birth to my daughter . I love the idea so much! Honestly, i’m surprised that someone didn’t come up with it years ago. Honestly who hasn’t given a baby a bath in the kitchen sink? It brings baby up to your level when they are very small and allows you to have a better grip on the while washing. There are many baths out today that claim they are perfect for newborns but to be honest you still holding your little baby to make sure they are ok. Most of the time I didnt use the baby bath. I just used the sink and a wash cloth under their bottoms to help with slipping.

There is a down side to the sink though. when your baby starts to get wiggly there is the sides and faucet. If your babies are anything like mine they LOVE the water, so when they start to wiggle pretty early. They are forever pushing off one side and bonking their head on the other side. No matter how far I turn the faucet to one side, my little ones will find it and grab onto it. This is where the “Blooming Bath” comes in so handy for that first year or so your using that sink.

Isn’t it adorable?! Our turquoise Bloom­ing Bath arrived recently in the mail and I loved it imme­di­ately! I was impressed that it con­tained two adorable cards– one with direc­tions for use & care, the other with an impor­tant reminder about water safety! I love lit­tle touches like this from com­pa­nies. And, I think it’s extra neat that Bloom­ing Bath was devel­oped by four dads, who like me, weren’t lov­ing the hard plas­tic tubs.

Info about this product

Handmade from incredibly soft, cuddly materials, Blooming Bath's petals hug any sink to create an adorable, safe, fun and convenient bath time experience for your most precious possession. Blooming Bath’s plush materials cradle and cushion your baby like no other baby tub can. Forget about those hard plastic baby bath tubs or baby bath seats that are uncomfortable and don't cradle your child during bath time. It’s a unique, easy, hassle-free experience that allows you to enjoy those special moments bathing your infant.

Using and caring for Blooming Bath couldn’t be easier. Push it into your sink and it creates the perfect cushioned cradle to wash your baby. When you're finished, gently squeeze out the excess water and throw it in the dryer for 10 to 15 minutes. Or, if you prefer, just use the hang tag on the back — your Blooming Bath will be dry in no time.

for more info u can contact    www.bloomingbath.com

 

One lucky reader will win a Bloom­ing Bath in the color of their choice! There are four adorable options to choose from!

Disclosure: I received this product in exchange for an honest review, And in no way does that affect my views. The views and opinions on the stated product(s) are 100% my own. In accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255:”Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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12 Comments

  1. L. Ehrman says:

    I like the bright yellow one. It’s so cute.

  2. Maryann D. says:

    I would get the blue color.

  3. Donna Cheatle says:

    I would pick the yellow one! They are all so lovely though, I’d be happy with any of them!

  4. Christy G says:

    I would pick turquoise!

  5. Maryann D. says:

    Pink is pretty to have

  6. Christy G says:

    I would love turquoise!

  7. Maryann D. says:

    Turquoise would be great to have.

  8. Christy G says:

    Turquoise looks great!

  9. I would love the pink 🙂

  10. Christy G says:

    I think yellow would be great, too!

  11. Christy G says:

    Turquoise is very pretty.

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