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Rozita Fri 24-Aug-07 15:01:58

I’m 37week pregnancy and still hesitate about baby bath
I saw this design at mother care.
Please do you know it?
Thank for your advice and testimony. -2468815-1875625?ie=UTF8&m=A2LBKNDJ2KZUGQ&n=44536031&mcb=core

Tigana Fri 24-Aug-07 15:05:33

this one?

Tigana Fri 24-Aug-07 15:06:52

Personally I never used a baby bath, just put baby in normal bath with shallow water.

Looks like this one would be good for preventing achey back/shoulders from bending over bath on floor etc though.

Tigana Fri 24-Aug-07 15:07:54

You'd need to check it would actually fit over your bath.

fedupwasherwoman Fri 24-Aug-07 15:19:29

I used one like that and it was excellent if you've had a c-section as it avoids you having to bend over too much. It saves water too as you only need a small amount in it rather than having to run enough to put a few inches in your main bath.

Ds's did grow out of it rather quickly though and we moved on to a reclining bath seat in the main bath

Gemy Sat 25-Aug-07 09:26:37

We did get a baby bath but only used it a few times before getting a reclining bath seat from M&P that had suckers and stuck to the main bath. Then we progressed to a bath ring. The baby bath was just too cumbersome for me. Otherwise, when we first got DD home we used the bathroom sink which was a good height too.

winemakesmummyclever Sat 25-Aug-07 10:11:48

I'm with Gemy - the reclining bath seats are great, particularly if you have a bad back, are recovering from c/s or have funny sized/shaped baths. Plus you have your hands free to wash/play with baby. Ds loved his and we used it until he was about 9 months old.

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