Dreambaby Super Comfy Bath Seat With Heat Sensing Indicator (approximately 5 months of age - White)
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Prices can vary so it's worth shopping around. If you want a bath support that comes with all the bells and whistles including safe suction cups and interactive elements, you should expect to spend a little more. But if you just need the basics, depending on your budget, there are plenty of quality offerings to choose from that will suit both you and your little one's needs. Longevity
Do you want a baby bath seat that will last for years and help keep several members of your growing family clean, or a trusted newborn recliner that you can use for a shorter time period before upgrading to a bigger size when your baby learns to sit up? Style While bath supports and recliners are aimed at newborns, seats are designed for slightly older tots, ‘Most baby bath seats are recommended to be used once your baby can sit up unassisted at around six months, and usually until they reach two years old.’ says Hussain. Budget Provided you're always within arms reach, baby bath seats are generally safe to use. But it is worth keeping the following tips in mind:With so many ‘must buy’ baby products on the market these days, is a bath support a necessity? "A baby bath seat or support is ideal as your baby grows and can make bath time more fun as baby is in a more upright position, able to see and interact more, and splash around," says Anna. "When choosing a baby bath seat, look for something comfortable, and something that's easy to clean. You don't want too many nooks and crannies where mould can build up. You also want something that's easy to take baby in and out of, even when they are squirming, wet and slippery." The Dreambaby Fold Away Bath Seat is ideal for children aged six months (or babies who can sit up unassisted) up to two years old. This particular seat helps to keep your baby safe in the bath and makes bath time more fun for both parent and child. With a range of features to assist both you and your child, Dreambaby offers a perfect solution to those usually hectic bath times. The Dreambaby Fold Away Bath Seat features brightly coloured toys on the front so you can keep your little one entertained, and with it folding away so easily, you can use this time and time again for repeated fun at bath time. A cookie set by YouTube to measure bandwidth that determines whether the user gets the new or old player interface. A baby bath support is not to be confused with a baby bath. Anna Marikar, mum of four and writer of the blog In the Playroom Opens a new window, explains the difference is that "a baby bath is a small self-contained tub that's perfect for bathing smaller babies, without filling up the full-sized bath tub. A baby or toddler bath support or baby bath seat can be used to give some extra support in your normal bath." How to bath your baby safely Is my baby secure? It's worth being mindful of the quality of the bath surface attachments, so make sure they are sturdy and that the bath seat surface is non-slip — particularly for newborns and young babies. ‘Suction cups on the bottom of a bath chair can also become detached from the tub, so make sure the bath seat has good quality attachments,' says Hussain.
Bathtime with your baby is such a fun part of the day and is a great opportunity to bond with your little one. But a slippery baby in a bath can make it quite a difficult task! You may be feeling like you need an extra pair of hands as you get to grips with bathing a newborn, and then as they get older and start to sit unaided, to make sure they don’t slip over. So, how do you choose the best baby bath seat? 'Make sure it's suitable for your baby’s age and weight,' advises Jumaimah Hussain, parenting expert at Kiddies Kingdom. 'And ensure it has sturdy surface attachments, good quality suction cups and a strap or safety bar in the middle to prevent slipping and sliding in the bath.'
To make bath time comfortable, safe and enjoyable for both you and your baby, a baby bath support or seat can be an invaluable help. We’ve researched the best baby bath seats and supports and what to look for when you’re buying them so you can find one that’s perfect for your baby. What is a baby bath support?
While most baby baths are built with safety in mind, keep an eye out for a built-in thermometer to ensure the water is the right temperature, non-slip elements to prevent your little one from capsizing in the tub, and smooth edges that won't hurt tiny hands (and yours too!). Baby bath seat safety tips The Bath Seat is great for the parents, allowing you to keep your hands free, allowing you to wash and play with your baby, making it a much more pleasant experience. The Deluxe Bath Seat also has excellent little additions such as the handy rinsing cup for washing your baby’s hair and also a starfish heat sensor which sits on the front of the seat, If the water is too hot, the starfish will fade, changing colour; giving you a great indicator of your child’s bath water temperature. The Baby Seat is easy to clean and assemble, and it also has contoured non-slip suction caps to ensure it stays sitting firmly to the base of the bathtub.