Boon Soak Tub ReviewSponsored By: Boon Inc.
Boon is a company that makes products for babies and I have the feeling that their aim is to make products ahead of what the parents are thinking. Every time I use a product by this brand, I’m thinking “that is really neat.” I previously reviewed the health and grooming kit by Boon and loved every product within that kit.
Upon receiving this tub, I first loved the shape and how compact the tub is. Though seemingly smaller than other tubs, this one goes up to 18 months and suits babies of three different stages; newborn, infant and toddler. This is made possible by a removable seat inside of the tub which can be turned two different ways or removed all together depending upon which stage of bathing your baby is in. For my son, we used the little seat which he sat up because it keeps him in place. Even if he decided to tip back, the tub was sturdy and the incline of the tub’s wall kept him above water and didn’t even startle him.
My Favorite Thing:
I have owned several baby tubs and this one is my favorite overall. It seems to be much safer than some of the others I’ve used and I think ultimately that comes down to the style and the design of the tub. With another product that I used, there was no inside support for baby and so baby didn’t have the ability to move freely, I had to keep my hands on baby at all times. With this tub, of course I stay in close range but I can also allow him to kick his feet and wave his arms without the fear of him slipping down into the water.
About the author…
Hi! Thank you for reading my blog posts, I’m a mother of five with twin boys set to arrive very soon! My days as a photographer began in Southern California where my friends and I had walls full of photos printed from our adventures. I currently shoot with a Canon 5D Mark IV but for the last 5 years I have used a Canon 70D Crop Sensor DSLR because it’s the person who makes a good photographer, not the equipment. I strive to document life as it is, to #sustainchildhood is my ultimate goal for you and for me. If you’ve found my article interesting or helpful, please consider sharing this page and using the hashtag #sustainchildhood so that I can see your work!