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Can you let me know what your DC play with most in the bath, looking to get a few things that DS (now aged 7 MO) will play with for years to come. He has some ducks, but I'm looking for a few boats at least.
will bump this and watch with interestall three of my girls LOVE the bathwould love to have more than some ducks and an old action man
Kitchen jugs/cups/funnel/meat baster!Small Playmobil boats were popular here, and we had a surfer! Wind up submarines too!Also liked those stick on foam shapes.
Elvis Duck!submarinebath crayonsYou can also get radio cotrolled bath toys which are fun for older boys.
Stacking cups!! Best toy ever, enjoyed from when able to hold something to this day (DSs aged 4 and 5 years, just "cooked" complicated meal in bath )
Definitely cups/pots. We also have this which whizzes round the bath at an amazing speed - we do have various wind-up things, but they don't really go anywhere.
Someone also gave us these which are quite fun, but extremely noisy (and rather difficult to fill them to the exact level necessary).
stacking cups are ds's favourite bath toy, not to stack mind you but to use for pouring water in and out of
My three have every toy under the sun for bathtime but the most played with by far are stacking cups and pots and pans from their tea set. A tea set is a fantastic buy anyway - mine played with theirs from an early age - they can make a mean stickle-brick casserole
At the moment dds fav bath toy is a well rinsed out Vanish tub plus scoop and lid!!!Old washing up liquid bottle that squirts is popular,too
Ooh yes, that would be good.
A needleless syringe (given from hospital to give baby medicine). Fabulous for squirting water in the air. Also stacking cups with holes in the bottom.Boats, ducks, singing dolphins, bath crayons are all ignored.
barbie doll in a mermaids outfitold shampoo bottles to fill and squirtswimming goggles postman pat magnetic boats
anything that squirts waterstacking cupsold shampoo bottles
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