This chair goes seamlessly from your living room to the bath with adaptive, suction cup feet and is a great way to take combine two products into one, taking up less space in your home. We love the look and the safety it provides, though curiously it's aimed at kids 18-36 months.
We recently remodeled our bathroom and believe it or not, the hardest thing to do was to find a shower curtain we liked and that fit in with the room. When we finally found one, we couldn't believe how great it tied the entire look of the bathroom together. The shower curtain really sets the mood for the bathroom and whether your teen wants a glamorous, funky or preppy room.
Bath mitts for bathing children is one of those products we though was silly and unnecessary - c'mon a regular old washcloth will do, right? Mostly - but we've found that a mitt is much more likely to stay on our hand than a washcloth when washing a soapy squirmer. We like Skip Hop's latest product, Zoo Mitts with suction Bubble Hooks because they're both cute and affordable.
If you've ever found yourself looking at a fifteen-dollar plastic bath toy and thinking, "What the heck?" then this post is for you. Sure, it's easy to drop hundreds of dollars on cute toys, but in my experience, the most popular bathtime toys are the following items scavenged from the kitchen cupboards:
So your teen is lucky enough to have their own bathroom (did we mention we had to share a bathroom with four siblings?) but lately they are just not feeling it. It may not be as tidy as it normally is, or they think the bathroom looks boring or worse yet, they are using yours. Maybe a small makeover is all it needs?
This is a winning idea if we ever saw one. Best known in the states for the Beaba Babycook, French company Beaba is well known in Europe for a diverse range of baby and child products. What has our attention today is this foldable bath which calls to mind (in a very good way) the small, portable water dishes dog owners carry.
Some people reinvent the wheel while others reinvent the step stool. Potty3 modular step pads had a showing at last year's ABC Kids Expo, but haven't come to market yet. We're certainly intrigued by these wide, stackable pads - would you buy them?