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We use this in multiple places and multiple things. I also love the fact that the horn is separate so when my Lil guy no longer needs it we can deflate it. It fits perfectly in our single sink so my back gets a rest. Not to mention how easy it is to deflate and blow up makes it great for travel. Will be buying this for baby shower gifts.
I did a lot of research on inflatable bath tubs before deciding on this one and I do not regret my decision! I took my 6 month old to Europe this summer for 2 weeks and knew I would be in hotels...some of which had tubs and some which did not. This little inflatable tub worked like a charm! It does take a little bit of lung capacity to inflate it, but my daughter loves kicking her legs in it and the pommel/crotch inflatable portion helped keep her from squirming around too much! It is also nice that that portion is optional to inflate, so now that she's older I don't need to inflate that portion. After her bath I would just flip it upside down and let it dry over night and reuse the next day!
My son had outgrown his infant bathtub at 9 months and needed something bigger (he's a 90+ percentile kid), but I wasn't quite ready to just sit him in the big bathtub yet. He was still a sometimes unstable sitter and I wanted us both to be able to enjoy his bathtime without worrying about him slipping or falling over. This froggie tub fits perfectly in the big bathtub, takes up about half the length of the tub, and leaves very little room on the sides of the tub - so the froggie tub itself sits snugly and doesn't move around in the big tub. I like the saddle horn and that it's not quite in the middle, it's slightly offset. It was too tight of a fit to sit him on the smaller side of the horn, but it works perfectly to sit him on the larger side of the tub, and the horn keeps him from sliding forward if he leans back, so the saddle horn is positioned so you can use it for a long time, first on the smaller side with a smaller baby, then put them on the other side of the saddle horn as they get bigger. The tub has a release plug on the bottom but I never use it - the tub is small enough that I can just lift it up and dump the water out by turning it upside down in the tub when we're done with bathtime. The only slight negative is that it was a little tedious getting the thing aired up the first time, but it's stayed inflated for 3+ months and I've never had to add air since it was first inflated. Plus, the froggie print is cute! :)
I ordered this product and my co-worker was laughing at me but for months I was bathing my now 9 month old in the kitchen sink. This is an old school way of bathing a baby and it was working nicely until my son started to become very active. At his age it is no longer safe because he moves around a lot, tries to stand up and even cuts the faucet on/off. Once I used the inflatable tub the 1st time I was loving it. This tub is perfect for babies who can sit up on their own and now I can use both of my hands to wash him opposed to using one hand to wash and the other to support him. This is less stress on my back, knees and shoulders. The piece in the middle keeps him for slipping/sliding and provides support so he can stay put. This is better and I don't have to hover over him, I can actually sit on the bathroom floor or rest on the toilet lid without stressing if he's going to fall over. It is inflatable so you have to be careful not to be to rough and poke holes in it.
Love this tub!!! Cute and safe with enough room for some small toys. Easy to drain even with rheumatoid arthritis in my hands. My little girl is 11.5 months and about 21 lbs. Her little tush fits snuggly behind the post and keeps her from sliding around, though she doesn't try to move around too much. She does want to drink the water, so it makes it easier to control that. One piece of advice: be careful if your baby wants to lean too far out to grab a tossed toy...the whole tub wants to tip. Ours hasn't, but it's given me a small start once or twice. :)