Tubby time is something we look forward to each night. We have been bathing Greyson nightly since he was a few weeks old. It’s part of his nightly routine that eases him into bedtime and we love getting to play with all of his bath toys. I have rounded up our favorite bath time toys that we have been using and loving since Greyson was born. There are some toys we still keep in his bath each night even though he has outgrown them because some of them also help get him squeaky clean!
Bath Temperature Duck: I got this for my baby shower and it’s awesome! There’s a little heart on the bottom of the duck that turns white if the water is too hot.
Baby Soap Dispenser: Great for washing those adorable baby hairs!
Stacking Cups: Greyson still loves these! Easy for baby to grasp and hold on to in the tub.
Ubbi Cloud and Water Droplet: These are great because they are silicone. You can take them apart to wash them too, so you don’t get mold in them. You can use them to squirt a little water on babe’s head!
Octopus: For some reason, this “octopus” only has 6 legs, ha! But it’s cute because baby can practice hand eye coordination by getting the rings on the arms of the octopus.
Submarine: One of my best friends got this for Greyson for his first birthday. It’s an adorable little monkey in a submarine that swims in the water when you pull the little ring on the end.
Squirt Cars: Great to chew on!
Shark Spinner: This little spinner works by winding up the little fin on the bottom. Even better: no batteries required!
Whale Rinse Cup: Great for rinsing soap off, but Greyson also loves to use it to dump water on himself in the tub. Great to help teach him action/reaction!
Gears Set / Pipes Set: This set is SO cool! There are a few more pieces you can buy to attach, too. Greyson loves this set because you can mix and match in order to make the water flow in different ways.
Dog Basketball: Who doesn’t love a fun game of tubby basketball? Even better that it’s dog themed!
Foam Letters and Numbers: These are great because they float in the water and stick to the wall when they’re wet!
Fishing Pole: This definitely takes some hand-eye coordination. The fish have little magnets in them that stick to the fishing pole when it gets close enough. Greyson loves it!