Baby bathtubs give parents a controlled environment for cleaning a wet, slippery baby. The angle of the tub helps free a parent's hands for washing.
As all parents know, bathing a baby in an adult-sized tub is incredibly nerve-wracking. It’s slippery and hard to keep a hold on the child. That’s why baby bathtubs make the experience of bath time so much more manageable. There are a number of different options out there to choose from, such as foldable tubs, hard plastic tubs, sling inserts that hold infants in place, and of course, bubbling baby spas. No matter what option you choose it sure beats the kitchen sink. That being said, there are models that are made for putting right into your sink, if you find the height and water supply convenient. Most of the tubs are contoured for comfort and security, and a lot of them have a spongey interior. A note of safety: never leave your baby unattended in the tub. Even if the door bell rings, or your other child starts screaming, just scoop up your baby with a towel and bring them along.
I have what looks to be a baby bathtub that is galvanized and has a imprint of an anchor at the foot. It has legs on the bottom that keep it from tipping over, otherwise I might have thought it to be a cradle. Any inormation would be appreciated!
A baby bathtub is one used for bathing infants, especially those not yet old enough to sit up on their own. These can be either a small, stand-alone bath that is filled with water from another source, or a device for supporting the baby that is placed in a standard bathtub. Many are designed to allow the baby to recline while keeping its head out of the water.
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