LEAP YEAR 2012

February 29, 2012 at 13:14 | Posted in ALEX Toys, Bathtime | Leave a comment
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How many more years are there until the next Leap Year?

Count it out with Count Out Loud Froggy!

Celebrate with ALEX!

A Gift for Every Child’s Personality … The Budding Musician

December 1, 2011 at 16:28 | Posted in ALEX Toys, Bathtime, Play@Home Mom | Leave a comment
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Do you know a little someone that is always singing or humming a tune? Tub Tunes Symphony makes the perfect gift!

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Bathtime!

September 20, 2011 at 08:45 | Posted in Bathtime, Family Time, Mamma Mia Rea, Safety | 1 Comment

I’ll tell you the truth: I can’t stand bathtime. It’s just not fun to kneel on bathroom tile, contort my back to get to those hard-to-reach places, and use my cat-like reflexes to prevent a series of potential injuries (my boys like to stand and jump in the bathtub – a genius idea, I know). However, I subject myself to it time after time so that my kids will be happy and, you know, clean.

ALEX Toys Mamma Mia Rea

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Princesses Need to Take Baths Too!

August 17, 2011 at 10:30 | Posted in ALEX Toys, Bathtime, Play@Home Mom, Reviews, Videos | 1 Comment

I consider myself lucky that my girls love taking baths, but I know some kids (and maybe you do, too) that are less than fond of bath time. If I were a betting woman, I would wager that Princess In The Tub from ALEX would get them washing without a problem (at least for the girls!)

ALEX Princess in the Tub

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Ask Nurit: Bathtime Safety

November 16, 2009 at 18:22 | Posted in ALEX Toys, Bathtime, Safety | 2 Comments
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Dear Nurit,

Bath time at my house is fun, noisy and hectic. All three of my young children ages 4-7 love getting wet and wild! Now that they’re older they no longer need to sit in an infant tub but I know there are still potential bathtime precautions that I should take to keep them safe and happy. What kinds of things can I do to make sure bath time is fun and ouch-free?

You’re absolutely right. While your children are no longer infants, there are steps that need to be taken to ensure everyone has a good, clean fun. Here are a few tips:

1. Have a bathmat inside of the tub and a soft bath rug with a non-slip base next to the tub to prevent slips.
2. Cover the spout with a sponge or specially designed soft cover to prevent accidents that occur from bumping in to them.
3. Keep all adult hygiene supplies out of reach and sight. This includes razors, curling irons, hair dryers, and anything else that could be a potential hazard.
4. To prevent scalding, set your hot water thermostat to between 100-125 degree Fahrenheit.
5. The water temperature in the bath should be between 90-100 degrees. Use a thermometer.
6. Never leave a child unattended in a bath.
7. Come to bathtime  prepared for serious fun! Have the toys ready, bring your cell phone, and make sure the stove is off so your full attention can be right there with your little swimmers.  And never leave a child unattended in the bath.

ALEX Duck Bath Thermometer: $4.49 USD

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Have a great time!
Tips from: Safekids.co.uk and ChildFun.com

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