I’ve got my own version of a baby shower.
For toddlers and young kids, I usually use a big, fluffy bathtub that has a crib attached.
It’s not really a bird bath, though, because you’re not getting any water out of it.
Instead, I use a bathtub with a built-in crib.
I use a baby bathtub to wash the baby and then I wash my clothes before putting them away.
The best part?
I don’t have to clean up after myself.
You can also use a similar design to a bath for toddlers with smaller or bigger children.
Read more about infant bath designs.
If you want to use a bird cage for your bath, here are some ideas for toddler-friendly designs:Here are some baby shower ideas for toddlers:Here’s a cribbed birdbath with a crib.
It’s a great way to soak up all the water in your bathtub and bathtub without putting anything in it.
If a crib is just what you need, check out this toddler bath with crib design.
Baby bath with a bath bed.
It has a big tub, a crib and lots of space for toys.
Here’s another cribbed baby shower with a bed.
This baby shower has a bath, a shower and a crib to help with washing the baby.
How about this baby shower?
Baby shower with bathtub.
It can also be used as a crib for toddlers.
If you’ve got a baby who doesn’t like to bath, this baby bath is perfect for them.
There’s a cute baby shower for toddlers here.
Watch out, you’ll have to wash your clothes, too.