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How to make the bath tub safe for my daughter?

She's 10 months and ive been using a large inflatable tub but she's out growing it. I'm worried about the bath tub because she gets really excited during bath time and stands up, falls back etc. How can I make the bath tub safe for her so she doesn't end up hitting her head or some thing???

Asked By: Luvlee - 7/17/2013
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We had a similar case with our boy - he LOVES his bathtime - at 19 months - still LOVES his bathtime... More
Answered By: Jayzle - 7/17/2013
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Try placing a big towel on the bottom of the tub.
Answered By: Miss Mischief - 7/17/2013
 
i jusst used a non slip mat in the tub and was extra cautious at first
Answered By: justme - 7/17/2013
 
When my son outgrows the sink lol... I'm going to use a laundry basket lined with towels in the tub so he can't fall over and is comply :)
Answered By: banter - 7/17/2013
 
By watching her closely and recognizing that it's not the end of the world if she does bump her head a few times. It's OK, really. My youngest is now at the point where a nasty fall isn't necessarily a big deal. Sometimes he just gets up, laughs it off and continues on with his game. That's the result of a mom who... More
Answered By: india - 7/17/2013
 
By sitting beside her and catching her if she falls... More
Answered By: LoveMyMommyLife - 7/17/2013
 
We put my son in one of those rectangle laundry baskets but if your baby s getting up that wont really work either. Put either a towel or a bath mat in the bottom so shes not so likely to slip, use a faucet cover so she can't hit that either. If shes hitting the sides of the tub often maybe get some of those... More
Answered By: Nicky - 7/17/2013
 
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