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A Pop of Bathtime Fun with Boon Bubbles
January 26, 2018 8:00 am | by
Boon Bubbles

Has your child ever gone through a phase where they were afraid of the bathtub or protested bathing in general? It can be exhausting. We tried bargaining, reasoning, begging. Even getting in the tub with my daughter to show her the bath wasn’t scary. From my experience, finding quality bath toy, like Boon Bubbles, is a great way to get kids to actually enjoy taking a bath. Get some awesome toys and make it an exciting privilege. “You GET to play with this… but only in the tub!”

My daughter received some bath toys for Christmas and literally wanted to stop playing with everything else to go try it out in the bathtub. A toy that makes my kid ASK to take a bath is basically worth its weight in gold to me. So, with that being said, have you heard of the Boon Bubbles Suction Cup Bath Toy?

What Makes Boon Bubbles Awesome

We are going through a mermaid phase, so anything that resembles under the water fun is a hit. Boon Bubbles are bubbles that don’t pop. They make a bubble bath even more fun. It comes with 3 different colors of bubbles that all have their own suction cups. They stick to each other or the tub. Kids can use their imaginations to build their own creations.

I love that the water drains out of them. Bath toys that hold water and don’t easily dry are prone to growing mold. It’s a sad day when you find mold in a beloved toy. Not only for the kids, but for me as I will likely have to pay money for another set of toys. With Bubbles, I don’t have to worry about icky mold. They dry nicely and are translucent so you can see if anything is starting to grow.

Each set includes 10 unpoppable bubbles which is enough for some serious fun. The recommended age is 12 months and up, so they would also make an awesome 1st birthday gift.

Good luck washing all the babies! What are some of your favorite bath toys or tips for getting kiddos to bathe?

About the Author

Julia joined Cotton Babies in 2016 as Executive Assistant to Jenn Labit. She’s the proud mama to a toddler and a baby. She and her husband also have 2 dogs, a cat, a turtle and a pet fish. Julia is a diehard Cardinals fan who loves spending time with her family, shopping, crafting, and binge-watching “The Office.”


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