Bath time can be both fun or exhausting. Some toddlers love it while others…do not. From watching your toddler like a hawk to attempting to rinse their hair when they just won’t look up (you’d think they’d catch on) – it’s a lot of work, but with the right toys, can be a lot of fun. Get your kids involved! My 19 month old loves throwing her toys in the tub as the water runs, likes helping clean up, and loves choosing her pajamas after bath time. Here are some of the things we love and use during bath time.
Toddler Bath Time Essentials
Practice nesting, pouring, and containing with these stackable cups.
Marcus and Marcus
Any toy that fills with water can collect mold, so I choose squirt toys that open up for easy cleaning.
This has been a huge hit with both girls.
The girls love glopals!
This tea set isn't technically a bath toy but it's waterproof, so it's great for bath and sensory play. Bonus: the tea pot is great for rinsing shampoo.
I'm kind of a stickler with bath toys and mold, and this storage bin allows all water to drain out into a separate bin that's easy to clean.
We had the skip hop bath mat and it was great until we had two kids in the tub. This gives full coverage so it's a better long-term option.
This soft but tough spout cover will protect your toddler during bath time.
I’ve been using Tubby Todd products on both my kids since they were born, and swear by them. The brand gives back and makes some really wonderful products that work well on sensitive skin.
I've been using these since day 1 and have only had one slip, accidentally pinching one of the girls. I'd say they work pretty well.
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