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Monthly Archives: April 2013

  • Evesther Mama de 2 encanta el Blooming Bath

    Blooming Bath is excited to share our first Spanish-language review with you! The Blooming was recently reviewed by latina mom and blogger Evelyn who writes and shoots video reviews for her blog - Evesther, mama de 2. Evelyn lives in Southern California and recently featured the Blooming Bath on her website.

    Evelyn sums up her experience using the Blooming Bath for bath time with her baby by saying, “En pocas palabras me encanta.” Translation: “In short, I love it!”

    In the review, she also mentions how in the past she would have to use a towel or cloth to make baths in the sink more comfortable for both herself and baby, but that’s no longer needed with the comfortable (and adorable) Blooming Bath flower.

    In addition to the review and video, Evelyn also included some absolutely adorable photos of her little one enjoying the turquoise Blooming Bath. See the full review and video here.

    Don’t forget to share Evesther, mama de 2’s review with all of your Spanish speaking friends. Do you live in another country and want to order the Blooming Bath for bath time with your baby? Our products are now being featured on Amazon.co.uk and ship to 26 countries across Europe (including Spain). Ordene el suyo hoy!

  • Blooming Bath Featured on DIY Network's I Want That

    When new moms and dads see the Blooming Bath for the first time one of the things they almost always say is, “I want that.”

    So we aren’t too surprised that the Blooming Bath for babies was just featured on DIY Network’s television show, I Want That. For those of you who haven’t seen it, the show is a fast-paced tour through the best products and must-haves for the home.

    During the latest episode, homeowner and mom ShanNeece Albert is featured with her beautiful daughter Savannah, who ShanNeece says, cries “every single bath time.”

    When ShannNeece brings out the comfy and cute hot pink Blooming Bath and puts it in the sink with some warm water with Savannah, not only are there no tears, she looks happy and comfortable. Another happy mom and baby, brought to you by Blooming Bath.

    “It is really supportive,” ShanNeece says in the video. And, it's also super easy to rinse out in the sink and dry in the dryer.

    Check out the I Want That show on the DIY Network on Wednesdays at 10 p.m./9p.m. Central to see all the must-haves for your home. And don’t forget to order your Blooming Bath for a happy, comfortable and tear-free baby bathing experience.

  • Blooming Bath Called Ingenious Baby Item

    There are so many products out there that you can look at and say, “why didn’t I think of that.” Flip-flops with bottle openers on the soles, sauce-dispensing chop-sticks, the list goes on and on. When it comes to becoming a parent, there are hundreds of similar items that you might never have known you needed until baby comes along.

    Case-in-point, the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub. The Blooming Bath was created by four dads whose goal was to create a more comfortable (and less scary) bathing experience for both parents and babies. Now, as we near almost 10,000 fans on our Facebook Page, one comment we hear over and over is, “Why wasn’t this around when my kids were babies?”

    So it’s understandable that BuzzFeed recently acknowledged the Blooming Bath as one of 36 Ingenious Things You’ll Want as a New Parent.  Blooming Bath is joined by a wide range of high-tech and low-tech items that made the list. A few of our favorite high-tech items include a personal ultrasound machine that attaches to your smartphone and a baby pacifier that closes when dropped as an extra hygienic precaution. Other sensible low-tech products include onesie extenders to keep your kids from growing out of their clothes too quickly and a medicine dispensing sippy cup.

    Read the entire list of ingenious things you need as a new parent and be prepared to say, “Why didn’t I think of that.”

  • What Color Blooming Bath Should we Make Next?

    Blooming Bath wants to hear from you! More specifically, we want to hear what color you think the next Blooming Bath should be. As you likely already know, the Blooming Bath bathtub for babies currently comes in four adorable colors: canary yellow, hot pink, turquoise and ivory.

    Lately we’ve been hearing from our biggest fans – YOU – and we've been hearing that you want to see the cutest and most comfortable baby bath come in a wider assortment of colors. We recently put the question on our Facebook Page so you can tell us what color the next Blooming Bath should be.

    Purple? Green? Orange? What about camouflage? Visit our Facebook Page now and vote for your favorite, or leave us a comment. Lots of people are already giving us their input, which made us start thinking about colors and what we typically associate with different shades of the rainbow.

    Here’s what we came up with –

    Purple – Purple is often a color that is associated with luxury and royalty. The color stands for mystery, creativity and emotional balance. It’s also the color used for the Purple Heart award given to soldiers who exemplify bravery.

    Some of our favorite purple blooms include: lilacs, violets, lavender and orchids.

    Green – While sometimes associated with emotions like envy or jealously, green is more often associated with nature, growth and fertility. It’s also a color that is known to soothe the soul. A lime green color, in particular, signifies freshness.

    Some of our favorite green blooms include: Green goddess calla lilies, viburnum and mini hydrangeas.

    Orange – Bold orange colors are often thought of as re-energizing, warm and thoughtful. Orange tones are often times associated with the harvest season. Kids are also said to often be attracted to orange.

    Some of our favorite orange blooms include: Gerber daisies, birds of paradise and tiger lilies.

    Camouflage – While once reserved as a pattern for hunters and military, camouflage has crossed over to the mainstream and can be seen on everything from clothing to household goods. While there are no blooms yet that come in camoflauge, if you vote for it, you may soon see a camo Blooming Bath in stores near you.

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