Mothercare Fabric Bath Support Reviews
Product Type: Mothercare baby products
Description:Brand: Mothercare / Type: Bath Basins & Seats / Sturdy frame with a non-slip, washable, terry towelling cover. ... more
Newest Review: ... The Mothercare Fabric Bath Support is currently being sold for £9.99 (although there is currently a 10% off offer code) - and ... more
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Customer Mothercare Fabric Bath Support Reviews (14)
by - written on 22/02/08 (Very useful, 754 readings)
Being pregnant for the third time has made me slightly reminiscent of my previous pregnancy and baby experiences, it gives me a lot of food for thought as I decide what products I will or will not be reusing or replacing for baby Lumpys arrival in July. Back in 2004 when I was expecting my first child I was naturally a bit apprehensive, I'd not had much contact with babies and was unsure of how I'd cope with it all, bathing scared me in particular and I was always worried that I wouldn't support my baby properly, perhaps even letting him fall into the water, deciding it would be better to prevent even the risk of this happening we purchased the Mothercare fabric bath ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Littlemommabear's overview This is a brilliant invention and I would definitely give the inventor a big pat on the back! What is the towelling bath support like? It is a piece of white towelling fabric stretched over a wire coated frame which is higher at the head end. We call it the 'sunlounger' as we think it reminds us of the ones you get by the pool on holiday a bit. The fabric is not too thick so if you hang it up after use is usually dry to touch by the next evening's bath. You place the bath support in the bottom of the adult bath and it does away with the need for a separate baby bath. You then fill ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/10 (Very useful, 134 readings)
When I was pregnant with my son we went out and bought all manner of things, which looking back we could have saved money on. As we were first time parents though we weren't really sure what we needed and so we went ahead and bought lots of things! We bought a baby bath, as I am sure many people do, but I can honestly say that I wish we hadn't! A couple of weeks after having my son we were shopping in mothercare and spotted a fabric bath support which cost £7.99 at the time and we picked one up. The idea of the support is very simple indeed, and you simply place the support in your big bath and then baby can lie on the support giving you two hands free for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
The first couple of baths my son was given were in our sink, with me holding him and my husband washing him. Great until my husband was back at work and I needed to bath H by myself! I did manage the first couple but it was hard trying to hold a squirming baby and wash him too!! So I looked in Mothercare next time I was there, and saw a range of bath supports, I chose this fabric bath support as it was cheap, small and I figured it wasn't going to be used for that long really!! It is currently priced at £7.99 and is available on the mothercare website and in store subject to size and stock levels. It is a simple metal frame with a terry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Being a first time mum I was petrified of bathing my son. He was so tiny I just didn't understand how you could hold a baby AND wash them at the same time. It took my husband and I to bath him, a bit like a tag team. This made it very difficult if my husband was working late, as we would have to wait till my husband came home to bath him. My brother had had a baby a few months before us and while we were talking he suggested I get the fabric bath support. I really think this was the best advice he has ever given me. We bought one the following day and although we bathed him together that night, it meant I could then do it on my own or even better, my husband could bath .. Read the complete review
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