Published at Monday, September 23rd 2019, 21:18:28 PM. Bath & Potty. By Kesare Sanz.
I know this seems like an odd point. Baby bathtubs were designed to hold water, right? Unfortunately, some baby bath tubs, even when filled to the brim, are quite shallow. Not holding enough water is a common problem with fold-up bathtubs that sacrifice size for ease of storage. Many baby bathtubs are designed to sit over a single sink. This not only makes the bathtub easy to fill, but even easier to drain as well. Come the end of bath time, all the water simply empties down the drain of your sink.
When shopping for a baby bathtub, look for areas or materials that may potentially absorb or hold water. If it looks like the tub could become perpetually waterlogged, then it is best that you steer clear of that bathtub.
Most stand-alone potties and seat reducers also come with handles, which can help your child feel more secure. They give kids something to hold on to, which helps them push. With seat reducers, handles provide an easy way to pick up the seat and put it away or hang it for storage. If you‵re still not sure what your child will prefer, choose a multitasking potty that can perform various roles and save space. Many stand-alone potties have removable seats that can be used as a seat reducer and closed lids that can double as stools.
Soft and Comfortable. Babies have sensitive skin. Thus, it is very crucial that you pay attention to the material used in creating the mat, as well as its surface texture. Get one with a cushioned surface or one that is soft to touch so that no matter how much time your baby spent crawling on the mat, they will feel comfortable all throughout. Rubber or TPE material is preferred by many than PVC and vinyl.