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January 15th, 2010, 08:55 PM
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After reading the last post about the registry questions I am looking for some advice on what kind of tub to get. I know some of you said you didn't use one, and I am not 100% sure I am going to register for one but if I do I would really like to get one that I know other moms have used and liked. Please recommend the one you have/had and loved. Thanks in advance!
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January 15th, 2010, 09:07 PM
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We got one from Wal Mart...it has a little froggy that holds baby while they are tiny....we loved it! There's no way I would want to bathe baby without the bathtub! For the first week/2 we just layed her on a towel on the counter and sponge-bathed her, but once she got a little bigger we would use the tub! Then the froggy sling comes out where baby can actually sit in the water
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January 16th, 2010, 04:38 AM
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Amazon.com: PRIMO EuroBath Pearl White: Baby I really recommend that one (as do over 700 people on amazon LOL) its really big but great for newborns and older babies. Once she could sit up I got her one of the inexpensive blowup duck ones from Walmart or Target and loved that too.
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January 16th, 2010, 06:12 AM
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This is basically the one we have, this one is just newer Amazon.com: Fisher-Price Bath Center - Rainforest: Baby. It was nice before DD could sit up because it has the mesh sling. Then once she was bigger it has a nice seat. It seemed to be the perfect size too. Once she could sit up we just moved her to the regular tub.
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January 16th, 2010, 07:32 AM
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my mom bought me this tub. i had put it on my registry b/c is was cheap, and i had read nothing but great reviews on babies r us. i can't find it on bru.com anymore so i sent you the link to amazon. still great reviews:

Amazon.com: Fisher-Price Precious Planet Whale of a Tub: Baby
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January 16th, 2010, 08:15 AM
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Thanks for the info....I have a HARD time making decisions Where did most of you bathe your LO's? Did you put the baby tub inside the regular tub and do it there, or do it by the sink?

Someone else mentioned that eurotub to me and I think it is the one I originally put on my registry, but my only concern is how huge it is. I saw it at BRU last time we were there. I think if I get that one our only option will be to bathe him in his bathroom upstairs and won't be able to do it downstairs in the kitchen. I'm not sure if this matters, but it was just something I thought about.
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January 16th, 2010, 09:47 AM
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Honestly, for me, I just found the basic $10-15 ones to be the simplest and least problematic to use. I have heard from several friends that several models that offer the really cool features, such as the summer infant shower one, often malfunction and don't work as they should. Which would be a bummer for the $$$.
The basic, plain ones do the job for me, espicially as baby can sit in the tub on their own in just a few months (usually between 6-8).
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January 16th, 2010, 10:07 AM
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This is the one we had: (except ours was white)

Walmart.com: Safety 1st Deluxe Funtime Froggy Baby Bath Tub Center: Health & Safety
I totally forgot about the blow up ducky tub!
Walmart.com: Munchkin White Hot Safety Duck Tub: Health & Safety

We had one too when Kinley could sit up-she LOVED taking baths in it!!!! Oh and with the newborn tub, we just put it in the sink...easier than leaning over-you can reach them easily in the sink, and if you have a sprayer on your sink it works great!!
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