Mothercare Shaped Foam Bath Support Reviews
Product Type: Mothercare baby products
Description:Brand: Mothercare / Type: Bath Basins & Seats / A bath support that aims to provide comfort, support and reassurance for mother and baby at bathtime
Newest Review: ... was sure I would drop him. I really wanted something that would help me support the child whilst he was in the bath and for ... more
Customer Mothercare Shaped Foam Bath Support Reviews (19)
by - written on 21/06/11, updated on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 150 readings)
Let me first start by saying I was absolutely nervous about bathing our daughter for the first time. It is a common feeling for new parents, I now know, but if you are reading this from the perspective of a first time parent, researching bath products, you will probably understand my first feelings, and how much thought I put into purchasing baby bathing items. In use every day, for me it was as important as the pram purchase, I did not want to waste time and money on a host of gimmick products. Along our journey into parenthood, preparing for the arrival of our bundle of joy, we had at some point decided against the traditional baby bath, deciding that for us storage ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 114 readings)
We all know bath time is meant to be a lovely soothing experience for both baby and parent. It really isn't. It is complete hell with a newborn baby, I felt myself feeling completely down trodden after bathing a screaming baby - it certainly wasn't a good bonding experience for me. When the boyfriend and I were out shopping, we were looking for something to make the experience a bit more easy and enjoyable for me and baby. My boyfriend was working at the time so I usually had to wash bubba by myself. We already had a baby bath but I really struggled with juggling everything. We bought the bath support from Mothercare for about £7 and it is the best £7, I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Bathing an infant is one of those things that you think should be a wonderful bonding experience. It's not. The little newborn monster hates having its clothes taken off, doesn't want to cooperate with the hospital-mandated bit where you swaddle it in a towel and wash its various bits in rotation, and flails as though it was in the middle of a herd of fruit flies. We brought our little monster home from the hospital and approached the first bath with a great deal of nervousness. She's tiny, how do we avoid breaking her? That's where the bath sponge comes in. You fill the adult bath with about an inch of water and put the sponge in, then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/09, updated on 25/03/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
We knew almost nothing about babies when our daughter came along and so we were a little bit naive about some of our purchases. However, this foam support for the bath is one of the must have essentials for any newborn as it makes your life a million times easier! It's suitable from newborn so the littlest of babies can lie on this and have the support needed so mum or dad has a hand free to wash/splash/do whatever they need to do. This was perfect for us as it was often one of us who would give our daughter a bath and without the support, I have no idea what you would do as I would have had to support her with two hands. They are non slip and we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/09 (Very useful, 179 readings)
When we were shopping for baby essentials, my Husband and I decided to not go for a traditional baby bath and to buy one of these sponge bath supports from Mothercare instead. Unfortunately we were then given a baby bath and have been using that until very recently when our Daughter started to out grow it. However I am now so disappointed that we didn't just use this item from the start instead of the baby bath... Having used a normal baby bath for the whole of our little girl's life, we encountered an unexpected problem when putting her in the 'big' bath for the first time - she was terrified! Absolutely scared stiff, despite me being in the bath too to ... Read the complete review
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