Who doesn’t love a good old splash in the tub? Here’s our round-up of the coolest accessories to make bathtime even more fun. Toys don’t come chicer than those made by New York-based Kid O products. These stunning graduated stacking cups nest together as stars.Â Â£11.95, Hop.
Alfie’s Skummis pram string was one of his favourite toys as a baby and these bath toys are equally quirky and colourful.Â Â£17.99,Â Nordic Kids.
The Flexibath folding baby bath is one of the best innovations of recent years and the accompanying toys are no less inventive – a coffee/tea-making set with it’s own suction-attached shelf.Â Â£13.95, John Lewis.
Kids will love scooping and pouring with Green Toys Tug boat made from recycled milk containers. Comes in three different colourways. â‚¬12.95, Shak-Shuka.
Kat raved about Boon’s fantastic bathing goodies yonks ago and they really do stand the test of time.Â Fifteen appliquÃ©s, three balls, and two mini-scrubbies,Â Â£9.99, Cedarlia.
Fancy an alternative to the traditional rubber duck? Look no further than Skip Hop’s stacking Dunck, Â£11, Nubie.
One of Alf’s most memorable bath times (non-stop giggling) was when we used Tinti’s bath colours, so I’m definitely going to buy Tinti Magic Eggs for his Christmas stocking. Â£3.50, Nic Nac Noo.
I’m also snapping up this pack of soap crayons, although it’s possible I may regret it… Â£3.95, Tate.
We’re big fans of bath squirters – loving this alternative patterned fabric fish by Germany company Kathe Kruse.Â Â£8.16, Ptolemy Toys.
If you want to continue your little one’s education in the bath, then Alex’s alphabet bath stickers are just the thing for you.Â Â£7.50, Lula Sapphire.