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    Default Bathing Toddler In Spa

    We have brought a house and it only has a spa bath. Our toddler is now too big for a baby bath we place in the spa but it takes ages to fill the spa and is really too deep and big to use.
    Can anyone suggest what we can do?

    Much thanks

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    In the laundry tub :-) or get one of those flexible tub trug things and fill that in the spa :-)

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    i have a flexi tub and i love it. i know you can also buy bath 'dams' which block off a section of the bathtub so you only fill that part.
    i don't know if it will work on a spa though, depends on the size and shape.

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    Shower! DS has a shower nearly every night with DH, once DH finishes washing him he sits on the floor of the shower and plays with his bath toys! We only have a spa bath too, he only has a bath in it maybe once a week or gets in with one of us when we have a spa !

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    You can get an inflatable bath that you could blow up and put in the spa. Google inflatable toddler bath


 

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