Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Vote for your favorite Happy Baby!

Here are the 12 finalists (from hundreds received) chosen by our panel of judges. It was not easy to narrow it down! Popular voting closes July 4th, 11:59pm EST. Final winner will be announced on Monday, July 5th.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Happy Baby Contest is Underway!

To date we have received hundreds of pictures of beautiful babies and toddlers enjoying their TummyTubs!  We are still collecting pictures through Wednesday 5pm EST.  At that time our team will sift through them all and choose a group of finalists.  This will be incredibly difficult to do, but thankfully the final winner is up to popular vote here on our blog!  Open voting will be July 1-4 (this Thursday-Sunday) and final winner will be announced on Monday, July 5th.  For more details on the contest, please go here.

Thanks so much for sharing your happy babies with us and GOOD LUCK!!

Friday, June 18, 2010

Dads are the Best TummyTub Advocates!

With Father's Day coming up, it is time to focus on dads!  We often hear about dads who were very skeptical of the TummyTub and then after using it become the biggest advocates.

Dad of twins says
: "
After buying the Tummy Tub, we got home and started kicking ourselves for spending so much money on a darn tub. However, the sales guy was quite persuasive that this was the best tub available.  Having been giving baths for 3 months now, we totally agree.  Not once have the twins cried when taking a bath.  Actually, they smile more in the bath than any other time during the day.  I don't know what it is about the Tummy Tub but I highly recommend it."

Eric, dad to Ava, says
: "
Tummy what?  There is no way Ava (16 months old) is going to fit comfortably in this little bucket!  One night my wife yells out to me to come to the bathroom. There was Ava sitting happily in this bucket, like a pig in mud. She looked to be really liking her new bath. The next night it was my turn to bathe Ava. I just lifted Ava into the Tummy Tub and she sat herself down comfortably, if I needed to wash her, I only needed to ask her to stand up. There is even room for her to blow bubbles in the water. She just loves it, the only thing is it takes ages to coax her out of the bath. Someone once said “the converted makes the best advocates”.

It's true that dads love the TummyTub!  We see wonderful
pictures all the time.  The bonding experience with the TummyTub is unparalleled and babies feel secure in the fetal position with daddy right there.  If you are a new or expectant dad looking for a fun way to bond with your baby and get something practical accomplished at the same time, look no further!  


Saturday, June 12, 2010

Tummy Tub® Wins 'Mom Approved - Child Tested' Excellence Seal of Approval Award!

Search for a baby bath tub and for the most part what you will find is not a refreshing experience. There is nothing clean about PVC, vinyl, BPA and even lead (all of these being additives that have been found to be hiding in common baby tubs!). These chemicals leach from plastic and are known endocrine disruptors and harmful to our little one’s nervous and immune systems. The thought of steeping our babies in these tubs is not a good idea.

THANKFULLY…Tummy Tub offers this fantastic baby bath tub which is an excellent SAFE ALTERNATIVE, made of non-leaching Polypropylene! The mom testers who used this product said they would definitely recommend it to friends and the reassurance that the tub is a safe plastic makes them happy.

We are honored that Tummy Tub has received this prestigious award!

To read the full review and article, click on the logo.

Friday, June 4, 2010

A Guide to TummyTub® Across the Ages

We often chuckle when parents tell us their 6 month old is too big for the TummyTub®.  It's not that the concern isn't valid, it's just that we know firsthand that it is simply impossible!  Some may look at the TummyTub® and not believe it could hold a preemie and still fit a toddler, but the design was created to grow with the child.

Here's a look at how TummyTub can be used at different ages: