Angelcare Soft Touch Bath Support - Aqua(Pack of 1)
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It’s very lightweight and has a plug, so if you’re using it in the bath or sink you can let the water out. If you have any issues with your back, a freestanding bath offers you the freedom to bathe your baby wherever you like.
And as it’s only suitable up to around six months, it’s not a product you’ll be using for very long.Some bath supports or sink inserts are only big enough to last until around six months, while others can be used all the way up to six years of age. Your baby will love it and this Mumsnetter really rates having an inflatable bath at home and on travels (as it can deflate). Award-winning and incredibly popular with Mumsnetters, the Shnuggle offers something a little different to most baby baths.
Using a baby bathtub with some kind of support and a non-slip floor helps with this, but if you don’t have one with those features, just keep one arm behind their head and shoulders at all times, with your hand supporting them. These are used in a full-sized bath and are more like a bath seat, but they allow your baby to lie back on a specially-shaped base.
A baby bath isn’t a necessity and many parents will tell you that they got by just fine without one. Then we looked at advice from the NHS and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) to check that the baths we were looking at complied with their bath safety advice. Some parents have complained that the design of the support and the low water fill line makes it seem like baby is sitting in a puddle.