were sent a lovely mix of bath toys to review.
Youngest was begging for a bath as soon as he saw the contents of the
The lot were carted off to
the bathroom quick smart! I managed to
retrieve them to add them to the kitchen sink for some water playtime, it kept
youngest occupied whilst I did some much-needed chores in the same room. But since then they have been used in the bathroom sink and in the bath itself obviously lots of times!
a child is a little agitated there is nothing like water to help distract
them, it has fended off many a budding tantrum and restored peace and order
fairly promptly in our house. So I for
one was very pleased these toys were now in the Missing Sleep residence.
Do-Re-Mi Dolphins (£12.99) appeal to children who may enjoy a musical accompaniment as
they bathe. When you push down on their
heads they play a different note. They
are good entertainment too because you can link and unlink them into chains and
as they are aimed for children 12 months + they are educational, helping very
young children learn their colours by matching them up.
two seemed to enjoy swimming the dolphins around by hand then pouring out water
through them. They are a good quality
product and I would have had no reservations with my two playing with them when
they were teeny. With them being four
and six its nice to think they still really enjoyed this product. From being first born we have made bath time
a big part of their bedtime routine. I
like giving them a consistent schedule so their bodies know what to expect and
learn to get sleepy after bath, book, milk, tooth brushing…
(I just wish they would learn not to get up at the crack of dawn or multiple
times in the night!)
Beaver was a very likeable fellow; he had a catchy happy little song he sings
away as he swims along in the water.
His beaver tail flapping about to move him along. He is quite loud outside of water but in the
water I could listen to his tune quite happily again and again.
the Pooh Squirt & Pour Bathtime Fun (£12.99) was another welcome addition, although
it meant they got to squirt water all over the place! I guess with water play I should expect to get a little WET! The honey pot was pretty nifty as you could either
pour or sprinkle water depending how you had twisted it.
think bath time has never been so exciting or fun for children 12 months + with
this range. It sure beats mt two improvising
with just the jug I use to wash their hair with and enjoying pouring away all my nice
shampoo and body wash for kicks (and bubbles!). You can find out more about the range on their website.
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