Blooming Bath Baby Bath Blog

  • Celebrate St. Paddy's Day With the Green Blooming Bath

    St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and we have the perfect item for you to celebrate it with - Blooming Bath’s newest Green Blooming Bath for babies bathtub.

    Both you and your baby will feel like you have the luck of the Irish on your side when you use the Blooming Bath for babies. Baby gets a comfy, soft and relaxing bathing experience, while grown-ups can comfortably bathe baby tucked safe within Blooming Bath’s cushioned petals. With the Blooming Bath, there is no awkward and painful bending while trying to hold baby in the sink or tub for bathtime.

    Our Green baby bathtub has only been available for under two months, but is quickly becoming one of our customers’ favorites because it is gender neutral, vibrant and the perfect accessory for spring.

    If you or someone you know is expecting a spring baby, the Green Blooming Bath is the ideal baby gift.

    Get our newest Green Blooming Bath and you’ll feel like you found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Order yours today at and choose "UPS Priority (3 day)" at checkout to get yours in time for St. Patrick’s Day.

  • Trace Your Baby's Name Across the Nation

    Here at Blooming Bath we love it when people create a new take on an old idea (just like we did with our baby bath tubs and baby bath scrubbies). That why we thought it would be fun to share with you a really cool interactive map that takes a baby name and traces its popularity throughout the United States over the last century.

    Simply type in a baby name, or your own name (like we did) and watch as the states light up showing how the popularity of the name spread throughout the nation from 1910 all the way up to present day.

    The map’s creator, Brian Rowe, compiled the map from census data to show the history of more than 29,000 baby names. In addition to creating a mighty fun tool, he also found some interesting correlations between names and regional clusters. One example is the name Terrence, which started being used in the Midwest in the mid-1900s and decades later became a baby name chosen in the southern states.

    Take your baby's name, or your name for a spin on the map and see what you discover about its history.

  • Blooming Bath Earns Editors' Picks Award

    Blooming Bath is excited to announce that our Blooming Bath for Babies bathtub has earned a What To Expect Editor’s Pick Gold Seal Award from! recently announced the winners of its very first What to Expect Awards, which recognize the best in baby registry products. The result are forty-four adorable and useful products divided into traditional registry categories chosen by moms and bestowed with a “Moms Love-it Award.” The site used a special algorithm to track how moms interacted with the products to decide which were chosen.

    In addition to the Moms Love-it Awards, What To Expect Editors chose just five products out of the group and presented them the distinct What To Expect Editors’ Picks Gold Seal Award, of which, the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub was chosen! According to What To Expect, the honor was given to an exclusive group of products that provided “superior solutions for moms.”

    The editors touted the Blooming Bath for babies by saying, “There are few things more daunting to a parent than bath time, the Blooming Bath should be able to ease in any newbie – baby or parent.”

    Additional Editors’ Picks Award winners included:
    Skip Hop Complete Sheet
    NuRoo Pocket
    Munchkin On The Go Diaper Kit
    Braun Thermoscan Gift Set

    Check out all of What To Expects’ Moms Love-it Award winners and Editors' Picks Winners now and start compiling your dream baby registry so you can be prepared for what to expect when your baby comes.

  • Olympic Inspired Baby Names

    The Sochi Winter Olympics are in full swing. And is it just us or have you been noticing all of the amazingly original names the Olympians competing in this year’s events have? It got us thinking (of course) about baby names! Here are just a few of our favorites not only from this year’s roster of Olympians but also from Winter Olympics past. We’re curious if any of these names will start showing up on more birth certificates in the months to come. Might you be playing with a little Torin or Lolo in the snow next winter?

    Sochi Olympians

    Sugar – You just might not be able to find a more perfect (or cute) name for a winter athlete or your new bundle of joy, than Sugar.

    Anders – With a Nordic inspired name like Anders, you’d expect this baby to be amazing at snowsports.

    Lolo – Not only is Lolo one of the more fun names featured in this year’s roster of athletes, the Olympian herself is just one of a handful who has competed in both the summer (track and field) and winter (bobsled) Olympics.

    Tucker –Tucker is adorable as a baby name, but it is also the moniker of someone brave enough to conquer the luge, a sport where athletes hit speeds of nearly 90 mph.

    Javier – If this beautiful name sounds exotic it’s because it belongs to a Spanish figure skater.

    Bode - While most know this name as the famous US alpine skier, what you might not know is that Bode is actual his middle name. His first name is Samuel. Both are great names for a new baby boy.

    Aja – This name, pronounced Asia, automatically conjures up an images of adventure (think bobsledding down a curvy track).

    Torin – Torin is the name of not one but two different athletes in this year’s Sochi Olympics. One is competing in cross-country skiing and one in freeskiing.

    Notable Winter Olympians of the Past

    We’re guessing you can not only guess the last names of these famous past Olympians, but the sport they won their metals in.


    What's your favorite Olympic inspired baby name?

  • The Blooming Bath Winter Sale is On

    Winter is in full effect! Those who reside in the Northwest and on the East Coast know that better than most lately. But whether you’ve been dealing with snow, rain or freezing temperatures, there is something to look forward to when it comes to winter.

    The Blooming Bath Winter Sale!

    And it’s happening right now. So tear yourself away from your heater, slip on your fingerless gloves and get to your computer to type in Right now we are offering customers an unbeatable winter Blooming Bath package.

    You’ll get the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub in your favorite color (canary yellow, green, hot pink or turquoise), a 3-pack of our Petals Baby Bath Washes and a Mini Bloom Scrubbie all for just $39.99. That’s $20 worth of free gifts.

    Don’t wait until the snow melts to take us up on this offer because it probably won’t be around much longer.

    Treat yourself and your baby to the luxury of bathing in the incredibly soft and adorable Blooming Bath for babies bathtub this winter.

    If you’ve been feeling lucky lately you may also want to try to win a free Blooming Bath for babies bathtub. Our friends over at are currently giving away a free Blooming Bath to one lucky reader. Click here to read their review of the Blooming Bath and to enter to win. The drawing is only on for five more days. Good luck!

  • Would You Let the Internet Pick Your Baby's Name?

    Let’s face it, the name your parents give you is sort of a big deal.

    Your name plays a part in nearly every aspect of your life. It determines whether you have to go by your first name and the first initial of your last name because so many kids in your class have the same name as you, if you get to buy monogramed keychains and pens from gift shops without having to customize and it can even shape the perception of potential employers when applying for a job.

    So it’s pretty surprising when you hear stories like this one featured on The Bump, about a Canadian man who is allowing the Internet to help choose his soon-to-be daughter’s first and middle names.

    It seems Stephen McLaughlin has set up a website called where he is allowing visitors the opportunity to suggest and vote on the name of his daughter. Luckily, for both his wife and the new baby, he has set a disclaimer that he and his wife will be making the ultimate decision.

    That’s especially good news considering that the name currently in the lead (with 109,530 votes) is Cthulhu. Coming next in order next, by number of votes thus received, is: Amelia, Megatron, Charlotte, Olivia and Zelda.

    For middle names, the lead thus far has gone to All-Spark (with 65,085). Trailing in second place, by more than 26,000 votes, is Mae. Also in the top five for middle names are Rose, Of-the-Sea and Doge.

    Here’s a quick peek at some of the more “interesting” first names from the list:

    Tom Cruise

    It will be very interesting to find out what little Cthulhu All-Spark McLaughlin’s name will really be when she arrives in April.

  • The Year of the Horse is Almost Here

    A brand new year is almost here. The Chinese New Year, based on the lunar calendar, commences on January 31, 2014. Those who are pregnant or will give birth between now and February 18, 2015, will have babies born under the Chinese astrological sign of the Wooden Horse.

    Chinese astrology consists of 12 different zodiac signs (rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig) represented by animals as well as five different elements (fire, earth, metal, water, wood) that change depending on the year.

    The zodiac sign, in addition to the element a child is born under, is part of what determines their various characteristics. Babies born in the current year, under the snake sign are said to be smart, patient, humble, energetic and humble.

    So what should parents who are expecting little horses expect?

    Much like the animal, babies born under the horse sign are said to be strong-willed and charming. They are also smart and filled with unbridled enthusiasm. In addition, they are said to make easy conversation and be highly organized.

    A recent Huffington Post article said that parents of Horse babies should allow children born under the Horse sign to have lots of time in nature and not to impose too many restrictions on them causing them to rebel. A good sense of discipline is also encouraged to help control the sometimes stubborn horse’s impulses.

    With those characteristics in mind, it’s not surprising that these are a few of the more well known Horses: Condoleezza Rice, Jerry Seinfeld, Jackie Chan and John Travolta.

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  • A New Blooming Bath Color is Headed Your Way

    You asked and Blooming Bath is delivering! We will soon have exciting new bundles of joy headed out to our customers. Beginning Friday, Blooming Bath will welcome a brand new color of Blooming Bath to our baby bath tub family.

    And the new color will be… (drumroll please) ....


    That’s right, now your little one can enjoy all the comforts of their baby bathtub in a new, stylish color! Green is not only great for babies (it’s been linked to renewal and restoration of energy) it is also a great gender-neutral color perfect for parents who may not be finding out the sex of their baby in advance, but want to prepare for their new baby’s arrival.

    Our green Blooming Bath is also a great option for those who are buying the Blooming Bath for babies bath tub as a gift for friends and family members. A green Blooming Bath makes the perfect baby shower gift in any season. Green brings a burst of color into the home during the fall and winter months and fits right in with the vibrant colors of spring and summer. Green was also one of our most requested colors from customers!

    Green Blooming Baths are already sprouting up for sale on If you can’t wait to get your hands on this bright, adorable and modern color baby bath, order today and we'll ship out your new green Blooming Bath on Friday January 24! Don't delay, we expected this to be a popular color choice! Especially judging from our fans who saw the new color online. Here are just a few of their reactions:

    MMartin WHAT?!? Love this color!!!!!

    DColeman Spectacular! We had asked for that in a suggestion awhile back! Thank you!

    MWright Its gorgeous!

  • Where's Best in the US to Have a Baby?

    Are you pregnant? Do you think you live in a city with good health services and resources for expectant parents? Well, now you don’t have to wonder any longer thanks to a new list complied by The site has unveiled its list of 10 Best Cities to Have a Baby, and the results may surprise you.

    What to Expect looked at the 100 largest cities by population in the United States and took into account three benchmarks: access to healthcare services for new babies and parents, the city’s environment for both pregnant moms and new babies, and parental support. Here’s what they came up with:

    #1 San Francisco, California -While the City by the Bay is often mentioned in the media for its high cost of living, researchers at What to Expect found that in addition to cable cars, the city offers new moms and babies ample healthcare opportunities and a great environment.

    #2 Portland, Oregon – The land of rain, flannel shirts and coffee shops is also apparently a great place to be a new parent. What to Expect touted the fact that the Rose City has some of the lowest infant mortality rates and low-birth weight deliveries in the nation.

    # 3 Boise, Idaho – Coming in at third place is the capitol of Idaho. The city’s high number of doulas, midwives and lots of recreational opportunities made it not only a great place for pregnant women, but their new bundles of joy as well.

    Here’s how the rest of the top 10 looked.

    #4 Albuquerque, New Mexico

    #5 Spokane, Washington

    #6 Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

    #7 Anchorage, Alaska

    #8 Rochester, New York

    #10 Sacramento, California

    If you’re city didn’t make the list, don’t fret. You can also check out’s best small cities to have a baby. In addition, the site also ranked metropolitans in terms of the best: prenatal support, pregnancy-friendly environments and new-mom healthcare.

    No matter which city in the U.S. you may live in, don’t forget that Blooming Bath can always deliver you the best and most comfortable baby bathtub for your new baby.  Order yours today.

  • Blooming Bath Photo Contest Giveaway

    It’s time to break out your Polaroid, 35mm, iPad, tablet or camera phone -  whatever your chosen photo capturing device is - because Blooming Bath is holding a photo contest giveaway!

    That’s right, it’s time to get your creative juices flowing because we’d like you to post your most imaginative, compelling photo capturing why we should give you a FREE Blooming Bath for babies bathtub. And you won’t want to forget to craft the perfect caption for your photo!

    Be sure to appeal to your audience when you snap your pic because it will be our Blooming Bath fans who will be voting for the top 2 photos. (Photo Hint: Feel free to recruit your family and friends to help you out and vote for your picture).

    So what are you waiting for? Get snapping. Once you’ve got the perfect picture, click here to enter.

    1.       All you have to do is “Like” Blooming Bath on Facebook.

    2.       Enter a tweet to share with your followers.

    3.       Enter your email address. Upload your photo. And include your caption, “I need a Blooming Bath because…”

    4.       Hit enter.

    It’s as easy as that. You’ve got a little over one week to take the perfect picture and enter to win. Blooming Bath will announce the two lucky winners on Friday, January 17 on our Facebook page. Once you enter, be sure to check our Facebook page to see if your photo has been chosen.

    In honor of your new photography project assignment, we’ve decided to showcase some of the adorable photos (above) that our fans who already have the Blooming Bath for babies bathtub have been posting on our Facebook page and Instagram feed lately.

    We hope that you can handle all the cuteness!

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