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Bathe Your Baby Easily with Blooming Bath #31DaysOfGifts #Giveaway

Coming home from the hospital with a little newborn baby (or not so little in my daughter’s case), I found one of the trickiest things was trying to bathe this little thing.  Often times I would sponge bathe them in the sink.  However, I was always a little worried I would drop them, and lying them IN the sink wasn’t the most comfortable for them.

Blooming Bath sink

Now, Blooming Bath offers a solution!

Blooming Bath is the cute, soft and convenient way to bathe your baby.  Traditional baby bath tubs are made from hard plastic but Blooming Bath is made from soft, plush materials which provide a safe and soft bathing experience for your little person.

Blooming Bath pink

Blooming Bath will be the talk of your next baby event because of the following:

  • They are a Parent Tested/Parent Approved WINNER

  • Naturally antimicrobial foam interior and fabrics – no chemicals

  • Simple set up in any sink, no mess clean up

  • Hanging tag for air drying or place in dryer to dry

  • You no longer have to lean, bend, sit or squat to bathe your child. It is the perfect solution for squirmy babies and sink baths.

  • Blooming Bath was imagined by 4 dads

  • Available in Canary Yellow, Turquoise, Hot Pink or Ivory colors

  • Extra soft, plush silky fabric

  • A complete hit a baby showers!

Blooming Bath

You can buy Blooming Baths at all 80+ buybuyBaby stores, at, as well as over 100 other boutique retailers across the country and Canada.  Find a retailer near you!


1 Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Blooming Bath to bathe their little one in!

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling us where you bathe your baby.

(All #31DaysOfGifts giveaways will run exactly 3 weeks.  Winners will have 72 hours to claim their prizes)



The #31DaysOfGifts is an event run in conjunction with our yearly Christmas Gift Guide.  These posts are features of products and do not depict our regular writing style.  Items received for Gift Guide features are donated to local charity.

Michael Lambert

Saturday 18th of January 2014

In the bath tub.


Saturday 18th of January 2014

Kitchen sink.

Laura Miller

Saturday 18th of January 2014

I bathe my baby in the kitchen sink...its saves the back!

Christina Strapp

Saturday 18th of January 2014

When my daughter was little, I bathed her in the sink and now it is the tub. The next baby will start off in the sink.


Saturday 18th of January 2014

Bath tub!