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    Posted: 09 February 2011 at 4:32pm
Hi. I'm psyching myself up to buy a bath. What sort do you ladies recommend?
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Baby bath or big bath?

Sorry no reccommendations
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We bought a $5 bath of trademe Done the trick!!!!

Now we use it inside the big bath cos he can sit in it, and is waaay quicker to fill then the big bath

I'd suggest having a look for a second hand one first..... I can't see how it would make much difference!

Ours was a reasonably big one, Mum has a smaller one at their place (a much more expensive one) and to be honest, they are both much of a muchness.
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We got a tummy tub as we don't have a big bath, and I bath DD in the lounge she loves it gets to splash around in it. Only takes 7 litres so its not too heavy for me to carry.
It was expensive $60 as she gets older we'll use it in the bottom of the shower for her to sit in.

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We have only ever used the baby bath we were given to wash dishes in when we were renovating our kitchen, and later as a paddling pool, lol! We have always showerd or bathed with both our babies - gets them used to water on their face and being splashed, and the big bath is great for floated in, with the parent in with them holding baby's head- all good pre- swimming skills- both our kids are very confident in the water!
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We got a $5 TM bath too!! Has been fine :-)

We also like just filling up the kitchen sink and plonking her in there too.

I say, don't bother going all out with the expense!
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We don't have a proper bath in our house, so we bought the biggest baby bath we could find. DS loves water so I like having one that I can put on our lounge floor and let him play in it for a while. I'd be nervous about the ones on tables / legs because he now stands up and is slippery when wet , and I'd worry about him falling out.

But -- one tip -- our baby bath has a sculpted bit for his bottom -- that's a real pain - he doesn't like sitting on that bit, and always turns around to the other end which is flat. So really, a big flat container (like a plastic storage container) would have been better!
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Thanks for the advice. Baby's due end of March, so I might have to get a bath for the lounge to keep him warm in the winter months. I was wondering about those moulded ones -- will avoid thanks Katz!
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I never worried much about this. For a long time we lived in a house with a small bathroom and the shower only. I was more happy about having a good toilet there. My life experience has shown that the owners save on quality toilets for rented houses ((
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Originally posted by Ariana237825 Ariana237825 wrote:

My life experience has shown that the owners save on quality toilets for rented houses ((


You hit the nail on the head. My husband and I saw many apartments and houses that were offered for rent and were always horrified by the local plumbing. Apparently this left a serious imprint on both of us) When we found a suitable home for our family hearth, the first thing we did after receiving the documents was to install a new toilet from besttoiletthrone.com It was a symbol for us that we finally became property owners)
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