My little guy is 2 months old and still can’t sit in the tub alone. I have two kids and I don’t like that I
have HAD to give 2 separate baths because I only had a baby bath tub, and it was just too large to fit in the tub while my 2 year old bathed. (Plus it wasn’t safe at ALL, it wobbled a ton once water was in the tub.)
I decided there had to be a way to get my 2 month old and 2 year old to bath at the same time.
What product would help me overcome this extra 15 minutes that I could use towards something else?
The Angelcare Baby Bath Support is what I found to help me with my 2 newborn and toddler bathing situation. Check it out!
There are many great features of the Angelcare baby bath support. I am going to share with you a few of my favorites. The baby bath support is in a downward slope to make sure your baby’s head is completely above water.
I also think it helps keep the bath support clean. Because my old baby bath tub was so large, we never knew where to put it in our teeny tiny bathroom. Most of the time it was set right beside the toilet, because it was the only sport that wasn’t in the way.
The hook is holding up well and our new bath isn’t by the toilet anymore. Hallelujah!
1. It is breathable for my son. He is comfortable in it and enjoys it.
2. It makes it VERY hard for mildew and mold to grow on the tub. The tub literally dries 10 minutes after you drain the tub. Which is perfect for me! I am able to get both my kids dried off, lotioned up, and dressed in that 10 minutes. Once I am done with it I go and take the bath support out of the tub without any water dripping on me.
Is this bath support convincing you to get one yet?! Just wait…
The bath support also has a handle on each side of it, and one on the back as well. This makes it extremely light weight. It also makes moving the support in the tub a lot easier. Since the baby bath support is so light that just makes moving the tub easy all around.
There is a silicone bottom which prevents the baby bath support from moving by movements of your child laying in it. The silicone also makes it easy for me to move it slides easily when I put a little more force into it. This is a GREAT feature and also a tricky one. You may wonder how it is meant to make it slide easily, but also able to be safe and not move when the baby is in the tub. I’m not sure how it works, but it does, and I am completely satisfied with that reason. 🙂
There was just one thing I didn’t even think about before seeing this tub. The bath support doesn’t cover the baby very much. I filled the tub up high for my toddler and had to stop the water because it was almost touching he bottom of his head. Be aware of this. It is something that I didn’t know about and at first I thought it was odd that my babies legs were barely covered with water.
I finally realized that it was meant for the baby to barely be covered with water. It’s a baby bath support. So it’s meant for short baths to just clean up your baby. This bath would be great for newborns. You can even bath your baby with an umbilical cord as well with this tub, because of the slanted support.
This baby bath support is great and I can now successfully bathe my 2 year old and 2 month old at the same time!
If you are interested in purchasing the Angelcare baby bath support you can buy it anywhere from $22-$30 depending on where you purchase it.
Angelcare has agreed to giveaway (1) one Angelcare baby bath support for FREE! Simple do at least one entry in the rafflecopter form below to enter!
The last time to enter is July 14 at 11:59 pm Eastern time. Open to US only. Good luck!
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