BabyDam Bath Barrier - No Need for a Baby Bath! (Grey)
About this deal
The uniqueness of BabyDam is that it grows with baby, as baby’s size increases you can position BabyDam further back in the bath providing them with the additional space that they need.
While my son likes the ducks themselves, they all have holes in them, covered with what looks like a swipe of clear nail varnish. Keeping in line with the Governments Environment Plan to reduce domestic water usage, the BabyDam Bathwater Barrier is a must for today’s environmentally conscious family. With the construction phase of the project now complete, reflections of the Palladian Bridge can be enjoyed in the middle lake, which has been empty since 2017.Discover spectacular views of the city of Bath and cross the Palladian Bridge to catch your reflection in the lakes. If they’re feeling more confident in the water and you feel they would benefit from a larger area then that’s the time to graduate them to full family bath status. You can fill it with a shower head or jugs of water if you are using it at the non-tap end of the bath.
Built in the mid-1700s, both time and the destructive American signal crayfish had taken their toll on these structures and the dams were in need of major and expert attention. Many children find that BabyDam becomes synonymous with them at bath time, providing safety and comfort in their own cosy area within the bath. Thus a BabyDam is only considered when their baby has outgrown the baby bath and is looking to make the transition to a family bath.
If you have any other burning questions about the BabyDam please get in touch with us and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. This week we started sharing a frequently asked question on our social media to help educate our followers about BabyDam. Parents save time when filling the bath which also saves money on energy costs by just heating the amount of water needed.
This has spurred us on to delve into a frequently asked question on our blog each month to provide more of an overview around BabyDam, but also around the topic as a whole. Things have been a bit different at Prior Park in Bath recently, with the 18th-century dams having undergone an exciting, yet crucial, restoration project. The main phases of the works took around two and a half years, due to delays as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic and severe weather.