Bathtime Storage and Play Review
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Izzy LOVES bath time! Sometime she even asks for a bath during the day and depending on the plans for the day, I agree to it.
Today I’m going to share 3 toy holders and organizers for bath time. We have the Tubby Table, The Shelfie and The Boon Ledge. There are pros and cons for all, you decided what would work best for you and your family based on this review.
1. Tubby Table
Pros: It suctions to the bottom of the tub. You can easily wipe it down to “wash” it. It holds drying toys and it’s a perfect play space for tubby time. It keeps kids/babies playing in the tub vs near the edge. Which is great because this helps encourage kids/babies to play in the tub and keep water in! #momwin It comes with toys for play. You can buy extra sets to go with your Tubby Table to change up the play. They have a tea set, mermaid set, race car set, dinosaurs set and zoo animal set, which is sold with the set. Every Tubby Table comes with the shapes which is great fine motor for Izzy pulling them out and putting them in. She also practices saying her shapes as well. Lastly it can sit in any tub for use. We love to bring it into our bathroom if Izzy decides to tub in there.
Cons: It takes up space in the tub that may be needed for another child depending on how many you have. I only have one child so it’s not an issue for me and it has worked fine with Izzy and her cousin (two kids) as well. Last con it requires minimal assembly, & guys it’s super simple. 😉
2. The Shelfie
Pros: It suctions to the top edge of any tub to hold toys during play and while drying, after the tub is over. It’s on the edge of the tub so not taking up space in the tub for extra bodies (which can be useful if you have more than 2 tubbing at a time.) There is no assembly needed.
Cons: It doesn’t come with toys for play & it encourages play near the edge of the tub, which can cause water to spill out.
3. Boon Ledge
Pros: It closes up when not in use or for travel. It has an area that opens in the tub to hold more toys when dying of or during play. It’s on the edge of the tub so not taking up space in the tub for extra bodies (which can be useful if you have more than 2 tubbing at a time.) There is no assembly needed.
Cons: It doesn’t come with toys for play & it encourages play near the edge of the tub, which can cause water to spill out. It doesn’t fit on all tubs (the width of the edge must be standard. It did not fit on my master tub.)
If you are looking for something to hold toys and act as a play space in the tub that will encourage keeping water in the tub I suggest the Tubby Table. It’s really a great play space and keeps Izzy busy in the middle of the tub vs near the edge. Not to mention it’s easy to put her toys on it after the tub is over to dry.