Blooming Bath

  • New Product Sneak Preview: Hooded Towels

    For those of you who love the look and comfort of the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub, we have good news! We've got a brand new, adorable baby bath item coming your way in 2015. Blooming Bath is excited to announced our new hooded towel, due out in January 2015.

    As you can see from the sneak peek below, the hooded towel incorporates many of the great characteristics of our popular Blooming Baths. Your little ones can soon be surrounded by the soft touch and coziness of Blooming Bath petals in and out of the tub and long after bath time has ended. Can't wait to wrap up your little blossoms in this much adorableness? We can't wait either. These one-of-a-kind towel hoodies will be available in blue, hot pink and canary yellow and will retail for $29.99.

    Stay tuned for more details on the release coming in early 2015!

  • September Is Baby Safety Month

    In addition to September being prime time back to school time, it also happens to be Baby Safety Month. The Juvenile Product Manufacturers Association (JPMA) designated the month as such more than two decades ago as a way to teach both parents and caregivers on how important it is to safely choose and use baby products.

    In honor of Baby Safety Month, Blooming Bath thought it would be a good idea to go over some of the best ways to keep your baby safe during bathtime. Whether you bathe your baby in the sink or the tub, handling a wet, slippery baby can often pose challenges, if not downright dangers! Especially for new parents, a few tips can go a long way when it comes to baby safety.

    One of the best ways to keep your baby safe during bathing is to use the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub. The soft, cushioned petals keep your baby in a cocoon of luxurious softness that keeps them protected from hard surfaces and other objects like sink faucets or hard sink or tub edges. Another great thing about the Blooming Bath is that it props your baby up keeping them supported above the water.

    Which brings us the most important safety tip for baby bathing, NEVER leave your baby unattended during bathtime. Even when there is very little water, there could still be a chance for drowning if a baby is left alone. Experts suggest always keeping a hand on baby during bath time.

    In addition to drowning dangers, another common safety concern during bath time is using the appropriate water temperature for bathing. To be extra careful, think about setting your hot water heater to 120 degrees F so the water temperature can't get hot enough to cause burns. Also, be sure to fill the bath and test the water with your wrist before putting baby in. If you are worried about baby getting too cold while in the tub, a handy solution is to increase the temperature in the room you are bathing them in rather than the water temperature.

    You can learn more about Baby Safety Month at the organization's Facebook Page. They also do lots of great giveaways so be sure to check them out!

  • Getting Babies Ready for Back to School

    In case you missed all of the adorable photos being posted on Facebook and Instagram this week by proud parents, the back to school season has officially arrived. While your little one may not be quite ready for a backpack and crayons yet, it’s never too soon to start getting your baby ready for school and learning through your daily activities and interactions.

    Here are just a few things that the National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families recommends parents do to get their babies and infants ready for learning.

    Communication and Language

    When it comes to your baby’s language and communication skills, one of the best things parents can do is to read, sing and tell stories to their babies from an early age. Doing so helps them understand words and ideas early on. Babies typically start using words around the age of one. When baby’s start talking, and even before, it’s important for parents to repeat words, sounds and phrase back to their children and have back and forth conversations.

    Thinking Skills

    One of the best ways to get your infants to start thinking is by asking them questions and having them use logic to think through their answers. Using play time and daily activities is a great way to do this. Using bath time to help them understand the difference between wet and dry, toys floating or sinking or water being hot or cold are all perfect opportunities to teach your little ones new concepts.

    Self Confidence

    Before the back to school bell rings for your child, instilling a sense of self confidence from a young age will do wonders for their long-term education. You can help your child along by being encouraging and supportive while letting them work through the answers to problems. Praise for tasks well done also goes a long way.

    Want more tips for getting your little ones ready for back to school? Check out this Early Learning Handout.

    Photo credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gabi_menashe/

  • Head Into Labor (Day Weekend) With Free Gifts!

    Here at Blooming Bath, we are headed into labor. Labor Day weekend that is. And we guarantee to make it as painless as possible for new moms (who will soon be going through the real thing) and their friends and family members, because we are celebrating the Labor Day Weekend with free gifts!

    That’s right, starting today, we are giving away our Mini Bloom Scrubbie and a Munchkin Safety Bath Duck when you buy a Blooming Bath for babies bathtub. It’s like having triples – three for the price of one!

    All you have to do to get our Labor Day deal is click below!

    Choose the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub color of your choice: Canary Yellow, Hot Pink, Turquoise, Ivory or Green, along with your choice of Mini Bloom Scrubbie in Canary Yellow, Hot Pink or Turquoise. Mix and match your colors or stick with one color scheme – it’s up to you. Then, we’ll also throw in an adorable yellow Munchkin Safety Bath Duck.

    It’s the ultimate baby shower gift, or a nice treat for expecting moms and dads. Experience bathing your new baby in the plush and comforting petals of the Blooming Bath for babies, scrub them clean with the adorable and soft Srubbie, and make bathtime fun again with a classic rubber ducky.

    Our Labor Day deal will last through Thursday, September 5. Get your free gifts now and have a safe and happy Labor Day weekend!

  • The Blooming Bath for babies is Now in Target Stores!

    Blooming Bath is excited to announce that the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub can now be purchased at Target stores.

    That’s right, our adorable, safe and comfortable baby bathtub began “blooming” on Target store shelves in early August. Have you spotted it there yet while shopping for your favorite baby products?

    We are ecstatic that the Target buyers hand-picked the Blooming Bath for babies to be featured among its lineup of high-quality baby products. The canary yellow Blooming Bath for babies is for sale for $39.99 in 1,500 different Target locations throughout the United States. You can see if your nearest Target location has it right now by visiting our dealer locator and inputting your address http://www.bloomingbath.com/dealer-locator.

    Along with the exposure that comes with being featured in one of America’s favorite retail stores, the other bit of good news is that the Blooming Bath will now also be included on Target’s Baby Registry. That means expecting moms can register for the Blooming Bath along with all of their other baby product needs. Target’s in-store and online baby registry makes it easy for new parents and for friends and family members who want to find the perfect baby shower gift.

    Be sure to check out your local Target store and see the Blooming Bath for babies for yourself! Also available on Target.com

  • Tips For Teething and a Giveaway!


    Is your baby crankier than usual, drooling more, or grabbing objects to chew on? If you answered yes, then chances are your baby is going through teething. Most babies hit the teething stage around the 6-month mark and it can be a tough time not only for babies who experience tender gums and mouth soreness, but also for parents who have to come up with creative ways to soothe irritable babies.

    Here are just a few tricks for helping get baby through teething:

    Apply Pressure – Experts say that applying a little pressure to the gums with your finger or a piece of gauze can help ease the pain of teething for baby.

    Keep Dry – More drool means more chances of skin irritations. Keep a cloth handy to dry drool quickly before it can cause problems.

    Solid Foods- Teething time can be a good time to start getting baby used to chewing on solid foods. Try offering babues vegetables like peeled carrots or cucumbers, but remember to keep close watch in case of choking.

    Try Teething Tools – Providing babies with teething tools like Teething Bling -teethable safe jewelry - that is fashion-approved by mom and baby safe for teething and playing can put a smile on both mom and baby’s faces.

    Right now, Blooming Bath has partnered with our friends at Teething Bling to bring you an awesome prize package. When fans like both the Teething Bling Facebook page and the Blooming Bath Facebook page and leave a comment on which two color of prizes you’d like to win, you can be entered to win both products! Don’t wait. The winner will be announced on Monday 8/11.

  • Tips For Getting Baby to Sleep

    We’ve always known that the Blooming Bath for babies is super comfortable, but more and more we are hearing (and seeing) from parents that our cozy baby bathtubs are so relaxing for baby, that they often fall asleep during bath time. See the above photo of little Ethan for the latest adorable example.

    We know for new parents, getting baby to sleep through the night really is a dream come true. So besides bath time in a cozy, plush flower, what other things can parents try to get their babies to sleep after Goodnight Moon? Here are a few suggestions from Parents.com:

    Avoid caffeine – You’re likely not giving your newborn coffee or soda quite yet, but moms who drink these caffeine-loaded drinks and then breastfeed their babies are inadvertently transferring some of that caffeine on to the little one whose up at 3 a.m. and won’t go back to sleep. Try cutting out caffeine from your diet to see if results in better sleep for baby.

    Spa Treatment – After a relaxing bath in the Blooming Bath for babies, give your little one a bit of the spa treatment with a mini massage to help further relax her for bedtime. At least one study has shown that new babies who were given a massage at bedtime went to sleep more quickly and more soundly than those who did not.

    Lighting – Experts recommend tapping into babies’ natural biological rhythms by mimicking natural light cycles. For instance, in the morning when it’s time to wake up, expose babies to light soon after awaking up by going outside or sitting near a sunny window. When the sun goes down in the evening, lower the lights in the rooms of your home using dimmer switches. This will help prepare baby for sleep far before it is time.

    Temperature – Experts say the best temperature for babies to sleep at is in rooms between 65 and 70 degrees. Use a thermostat to set the correct temperature for baby, or adjust by using a fan or opening a window.

    See more sleep tips for baby here.

    What tips or tricks do you have for getting baby to fall asleep and stay asleep through the night?

  • Only 4 Days Left for Free Shipping!

    As all parents know, having kids is expensive. Especially having a new baby at home. But a few times a year Blooming Bath offers a FREE SHIPPING weekend for our customers. And now is that time. But there are only a few days left to take advantage! If you have a new baby or you just want to stock up on Blooming Bath for babies bathtubs for upcoming baby shower gifts, now is the time. Save up to 15% on (US only) orders between now and Friday. Just choose the free standard shipping option at checkout. And enjoy the freedom of free, while it lasts!

  • Baby Bath Toys For Splishing n Splashing

    At Blooming Bath, we know all about how fun bath time with your baby can be, but sometimes it’s even more fun when you add a few baby bath toys into the mix.

    Here is a look at some clever, cute and classic baby bath toy designs that you can try with your Blooming Bath for babies bathtub.

    Dunck
    This 3-set of stackable ducks not only float, they also double as rinse cups for parents. Babies will also have fun pouring water from them and “swimming” them around in the tub.

    Squirty Bath Puppets
    Add a little adventure to bath time with these adorable terry cloth bath puppets that squirt water. You can get a full cast of characters because the puppets come in sea dragon, alligator, seahorse and shark shapes.

     

    Water Flutes
    Nothing is more relaxing than a bubble bath and some music right? What about when your child is the one making the music? When your baby and Blooming Bath graduate to the big tub, treat your toddler to these water flutes. The flutes can be filled with varying amounts of water to create different sounds. Song sheets are even included!

    Rubber Ducky
    Bath time just wouldn’t be complete without a rubber ducky or two bobbing around. These days you can pretty much find a rubber ducky in any theme or color under the sun. Our favorite is still the classic yellow rubber ducky, it coordinates perfectly with the canary yellow Blooming Bath.

    What are your favorite baby bath toys?

  • Blooming Bath for Babies Featured on Oklahoma Live!

     

    Just before the Fourth of July, the Blooming Bath made a debt on KSBI’s Oklahoma Live morning show!

    The show featured mom blogger Stephanie Clinton of hugskissesandsnot.com who was sharing with the Oklahoma City viewing audience her favorite baby teething products.

    As all of us who’ve gone through the teething process with our babies knows, it’s always a good idea to have a few go-to products on hand right around the three to four month mark when those chompers start appearing.

    Along with sharing her favorite teething solutions (Mommy Bliss Gripe Water, Kids Relief Oral Gel and Kid’s Spry Tooth Gel with Xylitol) Stephanie just couldn’t resist showing off her canary colored Blooming Bath at the end of the segment.

    “This is my favorite thing. I love this. Look at this cute thing!”

    She went on to share how cozy the Blooming Bath for babies is, especially for new parents who worry about their new babies slipping and sliding around in the sink or tub.

    The Blooming Bath is suitable for use with babies up to six months in the sink and then can also be used by infants who graduate onto the bigger tub, but still want the comfort and protection of Blooming Bath’s soft petals.

    Stephanie said that as soon as the show was over her Blooming Bath was going to be sent to her friend with a six-week old. Stephanie, like many other parents we've talked to said she wished the Blooming Bath was around when her kids were babies.

    Check out the full Oklahoma Live segment (Bloooming Bath feature starts at 24 minute mark) by clicking here. And don't forget to order a Blooming Bath for your next baby shower!

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