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March 18, 2013

Blooming Bath

 It is amazing how different your children can be. My first two boys LOVED bath time. We just had a basic baby tub that we used to give them baths in but with our third son bath time is a struggle to say the least. He HATES having a bath whether its in the sink, baby tub, on the counter, any kind of bath he hates. So when I seen Blooming Bath I thought I would love to try it out and see if it helped my little guy over come his major dislike of baths. Blooming Bath sent me this super cute Yellow flower to try out with my little guy. Isn't it cute?
 The back of the flower is a mesh type of material so water can easily flow through it.

 The front of the flower is made with a super  soft minky material and the center has the minky dot which makes this look like a super cute sun flower.
 There is a tag on the back of the flower that has a lot of information on it. (Always keep hands on baby while using, washing instructions, and other great info to know while using it.) The tag can also conveniently be used as a way to hang up the flower to dry!
 Here is the Blooming Bath in our sink. If fits in there pretty good. We don't have a huge sink, just an average apartment size sink. I just layered the petals overlapping each other.
 After the baby is finished with the bath you can just pull all the petals toward the middle of the flower and then squish out the water. You will not be able to get all the water out so if you wanted you can either hang the flower up to dry or you can toss it in the dryer. 
 Here is our large doll modeling the blooming bath. This doll is about the size of a 4 month old. Its pretty big. I didn't want to take pictures of my little guy getting a bath so you get the picture of the doll. We did use Micah in the Blooming Bath in the sink and he did better than normal. He was still hesitant but didn't scream like normal. He fit in the Blooming Bath great as well. He is able to sit up very nice in it.
I then tried out the bathroom counter for our next Blooming Bath. Micah has really bad cradle cap so I was just doing a hair washing for this one which is why he has on his jammies still. While washing his hair with coconut oil and scrubbing, rubbing and stratching off his cradle cap Micah became very content and peaceful and fell asleep in less than 5 minutes. I can say that this was a huge huge surprise so I made my hubby get the camera and take some pictures. (Don't worry! It looks like I just left him on the counter but I was standing just outside of the picture by his feet holding on to his toes while we took the picture!)





We have also tried out the Blooming Bath in the big bath tub  which went okay. Micah's two big brothers were sitting on one end helping entertain him but he was still a little scared of the bath but he was way better than normal. He loved to reach down and feel the Blooming Bath. Its nice to have the warm, soft flower for him to sit on rather than the cold tub, sink or counter (even with a towel under him its still not very comfortable).

How do your little ones do with baths?

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36 comments:

Krispi said...

That is the cutest thing ever! I want one so bad!

Ashley @ Forgetful Momma said...

I like the ivory. My first was about 6 months before she took a bath without crying, while my second loved it from the first time.

Ashley Mullen

Trisha W. said...

I think the blue one would be good. Gender neutral enough and it would look cute with my dark haired babies.

P.S. It's funny you had to mention you hadn't left your baby alone on the counter. I would never have thought you had. Still, I know some people feel the need to make safety comments. =)

Josefine said...

I like the yellow, matches our bathroom! We use lots of bubbles and toys to keep bathtime fun.

Jessica said...

I'd like the canary yellow :)

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sklathro said...

I like the yellow, I'm all about gender neutral! I had seen this before but didn't really get the point, now it seems like it might be neat, very comforting for a young baby. I am expecting my first soon so no tips to share!

m00na said...

I love the pink one. It's wonderfull! Irina Boariu

Catie said...

I would pick the yellow!

Stephanie Eckstorm said...

The yellow blooming bath is my favorite, like a sunflower! My little one loves bath time, but the tub is a little cold on the winter:P

Stephanie Eckstorm

Melissa Mendez said...

I like the yellow. I just like yellow in general. :-) I just grabbed some toys for my girl and now she'll start tossing toys in the tub and it's hard to get her to come out. lol

Keara B. said...

I'd choose either ivory or pink- but any color would be great! These look fantastic, I've been wanting to try one for a while. :)

Eco Baby Mama Drama said...

I like all the colors but ivory might be my favorite!
sabrina radke

Joyful said...

I think I would stick with the yellow - it looks like a sunflower that way and it's gender neutral! No real tips - just have everything out and ready so that everything can be done smoothly. -Joy C.

Anonymous said...

Funny, I just checked out this product this morning. A friend had the link on their page. I fell in love with it and visited their web page and facebook page.

Rachel K.

rkasinger said...

Oh yeah, and I love the yellow best.

Abbey said...

Was leaning towards blue but I have to say I really like the Ivory one.

I've had to try different tricks with every kids. Seems like all of them around age 1yr just suddenly hated bath time. One was scared of the drain in the tub, one hated bubbles in the water, and one just didn't want to get clean. For all of them I've found bath toys to be the cure.

The Durhams said...

i like the white one.
my 7 m.o. gets an empty cup to hold during bathtime. she likes to chew on the rim.

jamie

Lindsay said...

I would love the yellow blooming bath.
Lindsay C.

Carrie Phelps said...

I love the Canary Yellow.

aperry said...

I like the yellow tub. A tip is to wash babies body first save hair til last.
Anne e Perry

Amanda said...

I'd love the Yellow one! THe only trick I have which isn't really a trick but leave a warm washcloth over your baby's belly and chest.
Amanda Alvarado
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Colleen M said...

I would choose the Canary Yellow color! My tip is to use a natural all in one shampoo/body wash for your baby - very convenient.

colljerr at comcast dot net

Rachael said...

I am sooo going to get one of these for my sister!!

Katie Fender said...

I like the yellow bath! We keep bath time fun with bath toys! (:

tyra said...

i love the ivory

Randi said...

I love the turquoise or ivory...they're all stunning!

brittnay berry said...

I love the canary yellow, and usually I end up making up songs and singing the whole time to keep bath time fun!
-Brittnay Berry

Nicolette May Capuano said...

All of the colors are fun but I love the ivory the most. Thanks so much!

kay said...

I like the tturquoise (Katie LInden)

Cassidy & Shawn Marshall said...

I like the turquoise one- my kids are okay with baths and love them the older they get. - cassidy

mammi_of_2 said...

I WOULD LOVE IT IN Turquoise!
BONNIE RODRIGUEZ

Tarah said...

I really want to try this!

Katie W said...

Canary Yellow or turquoise
Katie W

Barker's Momma said...
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Barker's Momma said...

I want the canary yellow one. Just reassure your baby that everything's ok. I always hum & sing to my son while I bathe him.

Leann L

Heather Carroll said...

I love the blue one!