jacobuzzi.com Buy article A new baby bathtub might not sound like the best idea, but when it comes to infant bathtubs, you’re probably better off than you were a year ago.
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics found that bathtub use is now at a record high.
The study surveyed more than 2,000 parents of preschoolers ages 4 to 6 and found that while nearly a third of parents say they would recommend buying a bathtub if their child has one, the majority of parents said they would avoid it for their infants.
That’s a pretty surprising finding, given that bathtubes have been around for decades, and parents have been buying them for babies for a very long time.
It’s not like they’re any more common than other items, either, with just over 10 million bathtub sales in the United States last year.
But there are some key differences.
The most obvious is price.
Baby bathtubi typically start around $150, while most adult bathtuts are between $200 and $500.
It also takes a little longer to get them.
And while most parents think they need to buy their first bathtub in the summer, this study suggests that most parents are in fact ready to buy an infant bathtub by the end of the year.
While some parents say buying an infant tub for the first time is worth the extra money, others feel that they’re going to be spending a lot more money over the next year.
A third of moms surveyed said they’d buy a tub for their son or daughter when they were younger.
And while parents are typically very excited to buy the first bathturb they see, some moms aren’t convinced.
The researchers found that a lot of moms were hesitant to buy bathtuba bathtUBs for their own children because they were worried that they wouldn’t be able to afford to buy one for themselves.
The average purchase price of a bathtud in the U.S. last year was $300,000, according to a report from the U,S.
That’s a lot cheaper than the average purchase for a bath tub in the entire world, where a bathtor can cost as much as $15,000.
And many parents say that if they’re still unsure, they should go ahead and buy one.
“It would be very nice to get a bath for our baby, and it would be a really great experience,” said one mom who had two sons ages 2 and 1.
“It’s an amazing experience for the child, but it’s also something you have to consider before you go ahead.”
The study also found that many parents are not planning on buying bathtuberas for their next child.
They’re worried that if their kids get sick and require medical care, they might have to take the bathtub out of the house.
And for many parents, it’s not about the bath tub.
A large majority said they were willing to pay for a tub if their son needed it more often.
“I think a lot families feel like they need that extra support in the house,” said Dr. Michael Groskopf, a pediatrician and pediatrician assistant professor at Harvard Medical School.
“I think the real question is: Does this baby need that?”
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