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Road Test: Parent-approved bath tubs

8 of the best bath tubs for your tyke

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Mini marvel

Boon Soak, $50
“If you want a sturdy, uncomplicated (but well-designed) bath, then the Soak is the one for you! The small holes in the seat allow water to flow around baby, and the drain plug changes colors to keep the temperature in check.”

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Triple threat

Summer Infant Right Height Bath Tub, $40
“We use the Right Height Bath Tub every night, and I especially like how it grows with baby from an infant to a toddler tub. The bottom support even functions as a step stool for older tots. With three uses in one, you can’t beat the price!”

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Package deal

Fisher-Price Rinse ‘N Grow Tub, $30
“As a first-time mom, one of my greatest postpartum fears was my baby’s first bath. But when I got the Rinse ‘N Grow, I was excited to dive in. My favorite feature is the adjustable sling, which keeps her head above water and lets me worry less.”

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Warm wonder

Babymoov Aquanest, $60
“The constant battle to ensure baby stays warm and comfy during bathtime ceases with the Aquanest. The tub features an innovative Warm Diffuser System, which keeps the water at 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit (the ideal temperature for baby) in a safe and natural way.”

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Smart seat

Angelcare Near and Dear Bather, $40
“The Near and Dear Bather is incredibly easy to assemble, operate and transport. Within minutes of the box showing up at my door, the bather was set up and ready to use. It sits in a full-size tub at a comfortable height for moms and dads, so parents won’t strain their backs come bathtime.”

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Space saver

Karibu Folding Bath, $32
“Our little one was outgrowing her newborn tub, so the Folding Bath arrived right on time. We love that it’s roomy enough for our kiddo yet fully collapsible for out-of-the-way storage. No one has to trip over the baby’s tub anymore!”

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Bucket list

Prince Lionheart washPOD, $30
“The washPOD might look a little different than your typical infant tub, but its unique design keeps water warm for longer and reminds babies of the womb. Thanks to its compact shape and size, it’s practically impossible to tip over, and I can easily fill it at the kitchen sink.”

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Bargain hunter

PRIMO Infant Bath Seat, $12
“What really stands out about the Infant Bath Seat is its minimal design (and price tag!). It’s small enough to store out of sight—unlike my other bulky tub—and can be used for sink baths, too. Not killing my back bending over the ‘big tub’ is a win in my book.”