Laundry Basket Baby Bath

22 August 2012

If you're looking for, or have ever bought, a baby bath you'll know that they can be flippin' expensive for a bit of moulded plastic, and even more so if they have Winnie the Pooh or Beatrix Potter stickers on them!

I inherited a baby bath when I had my eldest son, and with my daughter following along close behind I didn't need to buy one; my youngest son (now six) spent many a happy 'bath time' splashing around in the utility room sink - it was the perfect height, the perfect size and he loved it - in fact, he utterly loathed being in the big bath for y-e-a-r-s!

Not only are baby baths expensive bits of kit but they are, often, HUGE behemoths of creations too; so what to do if

1) you don't want to chuck good money away on something you'll only use a few times (in the grand scheme of things); and

2) don't have the space to store a beast of a baby bath?

This idea of using a laundry basket, that I came across this morning, might just help you out; I think it's clever and is just the sort of lateral thinking solution to baby 'problems' that I like!

Not only will you save yourself a ton of cash but you'll end up with a secondary laundry basket - useful for carrying the mountains of extra washing that babies generate.

I rather like these funky coloured ones for £9.99 at Argos -------> click HERE to have a look

Happy baby laundry basket bathing!

1 comment

  • jj19
    Not only will you save yourself a ton of cash
    I rather like these funky coloured ones for £9.99 at Argos
    You cant be serious???? i got a perfect moulded shaped bath that the newborn sits in perfectly without holding her ..... for 4 quid from asda .

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