The List: 13 Brilliant Bath Toys


We love when our babies are all slippery and clean and full of the giggles. It’s bathtime! Even better, the warm soapy water makes them sleepy, so the trick is to keep them happy and entertained as long as possible (in the sleepy water). Check out our list of 13 Brilliant Bath Toys for maximum bath fun.
Move over plastic, moldy, smelly and sludge-infested bath toys of yesteryear. Creatures from the innovative Boon baby products company have been made with care, and can be interchanged to make any sort of mash up the kids like. Soft and flexible, they can hold water or expel it out of the tops of their heads. For 9 months and up, BPA, Phthalate and PVC-free. ($15, find them here)
Tubby Toy Organizer
Your ‘salle de bain’ might never be a sanctuary just for you again, but with Tubby’s neoprene and mildew-resistant holder you can have a more sleek storage centre in which to house the soaking wet and sometimes unsightly bath toys. ($24.99, find them here)

Caterpillar SpillersEncourage spillage, at least in the one area of the house it’s intended for. Munchkin’s cute bathtime Caterpillar Spillers bring to mind a certain hungry little caterpillar, and each of the seven numbered cups can link together, stack into a tower or be used to fill and pour on their own. Also great for travel and use on the beach or in the kiddie pool, this is one caterpillar toy that has legs. ($7.99, find them here)

OXO Tot Tub Drain StopperYour Pinterest page is full of your future bathroom reno plans, but while you’re planning and saving, you’re letting other things go down the drain. Literally. Until you have that perfect new Euro-tub on site, save on the plumber and stop water, small toys and other items from sliding down a leaky drain. The OXO Tot Tub Drain Stopper plugs it all up perfectly. Made of silicone so it’s soft for prying fingers. ($10, find it here)

We have more, yes we have more bathtime fun for you in our 13 Brilliant Bath Toys gallery.

Let them splish-splash! Tested by Alison R., Toronto


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