Monthly Archives: June 2014

  • Reader Beware: Cuteness Overload Ahead

    There have been so many adorable baby photos posted recently on our social media channels that we just couldn't resist the opportunity to showcase them here on the Blooming Bath blog.

    Not only will these photos make you go aww, they may also inspire you to use your Blooming Bath for babies bathtub in a brand new way. Enjoy!

    Go for a stroll with the Blooming Bath - Who couldn't use a little more comfort on their next stroller ride? This inventive parent figured out a way to do so while incorporating their Blooming Bath.

    The perfect pair for a photo shoot - Snug as two bugs in a Blooming Bath! Twins Kinsler and Khloe couldn't be cuter in this photo shoot for two. Have you tried using your Blooming Bath as a prop for your newborn's photo shoot?

    Rub-a-dub-dub - The Blooming Bath in the tub! Make the big kid bath as comfortable for your toddler as possible by using the Blooming Bath as a cushion. Judging by the smile, it looks like little Henry approves.

    Lend a Paw? - It's not just parents that benefit from using the Blooming Bath in the sink with their babies during bath time. Siblings and yes, even four-legged members of the family get in the act. Here, Benelli is offering a wet nose to his baby sister in the tub.

    Ready for even more cuteness? Then be sure to check out our Facebook page, Twitter feed and Pinterest page for even more adorableness!

  • Baby Names Analyzed By Age

    When it comes to picking your baby’s name there are a variety of places to draw your inspiration, from popular movies and television shows, to baby name websites, to your own family tree. Now, there is another new twist on how to evaluate potential names – by the age of individuals with a certain name.

    A recent article on FiveThirtyEightLife took data from the Social Security Administration and charted it against actuarial tables to find out how many living Americans have a particular name. The results were particularly interesting, especially when it came to female names.

    The authors found that a name like Brittany only came into vogue within the last few decades, starting in the early 1980s. Which means most Brittanys you meet likely won't be much older than 25. The article also looked at the median ages of women with the 25 most common names.

    Most Lisa’s are in their 40s, while most Dorothy’s (not surprisingly) are closer to the 70 age-range. Anna, is one female name that has spanned the decades with the median age of people living who have the name being 31.

    Perhaps most interesting to new parents are the names of the younger set. When it comes to young female names, Eva, Mia, Sophie, Ella and Isabella are predominately in the 5 to 8 year-old range. For boys, Mason, Jayden, Liam and Aiden were between the ages of 4 and 8 years old.

    One take away is, if you want to avoid your child entering preschool with 5 other kids with the same name, check out some of the article's findings, or you can just name your daughter Gertrude. The median living age for that name is 80, with 25 percent being over 87!

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  • Blooming Bath Father's Day Giveaway

    Father's Day is coming up this Sunday, June 15! As many of you know, Blooming Bath was first started by four dads who wanted to find a better, safer and more comfortable way to bathe their babies. What they came up with was the adorable Blooming Bath for babies bathtub!

    As a way to honor all of the fathers in our lives, as well as the creators of the Blooming Bath for babies, we are hosting a super fun giveaway!

    The Grand Prize Winner will receive 1 Blooming Bath and 1 pair of Freshly Picked baby moccasins. Winner chooses the colors and size.

    The Runner Up will win a Blooming Bath for babies bathtub of their color choice. Don't miss out on this great giveaway.

    Don't forget to tell the dads your in your life how much you love and appreciate them this Sunday! <<< GIVEAWAY OVER>>>

  • Blooming Bath Called a Must-Have for Siblings

    Our friends over at Miss Frugal Mommy have discovered the Blooming Bath for Babies bathtub and were kind enough to write this lovely review about our comfy baby bath tub.

    Miss Frugal Mommy is expecting baby number 3 (congrats!) and has been prepping her older children on how to be a good big sibling to the new arrival, including practicing how to give their new little brother or sister a proper bath. The kids have been practicing with baby dolls and, according to mom, it's not just the younger members of the family who are looking forward to the ease of bathing the new baby in the Blooming Bath.

    "As my memory recalls, bath time wasn’t always the most fond experience for my children when they were newborns. There are so many things you must worry about in order to keep your baby happy and content during baths and I can’t imagine trying to add two siblings to the mix. However, the Blooming Bath has officially put all my worries aside and I am greatly looking forward to stress free bathing with the new baby and helpful siblings," Miss Frugal Mommy writes.

    She goes onto say that in addition to creating a more relaxing baby bath time, the Blooming Bath will allow for more family bonding and less time spent worrying about adjusting baby, which had been the case using old-school, slippery plastic bath tubs.

    "I truly believe that this is a must-have baby product, especially if there are younger siblings," she says.

    You can read Miss Frugal Mommy's full review here. And don't forget that the Blooming Bath for babies makes a great shower gift, especially for mommies with bigger kids who want to help bathe the new baby.

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