I don’t know about your kids, but mine have some Christmas money to spend. Not sure what to get them yet, so I have been looking at bath toys and clothing. The Boon Frog Pod Bath Toy Storage looks like it might be a product worthy of my attention, but I am going to have to see it in person to know for sure if it will really work for our family. If you have any experience with it, please let me know.
Here’s a product description: Toys, Sponges and Bottles Not Included
Award-winning designer Rebecca Finell developed her first product while she was still a student in Arizona State University’s industrial design program. For her junior studio project at ASU, Finell developed the Frog Pod, which won the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association Student Design Competition.
Finell expanded her work to create Boon, a modern line of children s products with a sophisticated sense of style, designing objects that ”I would want to put in my house,” as Finell, a mother of two, puts it.
Designed by: Rebecca Finell
- Comes with adhesive strips for easy application
- Makes bath time clean-up fun & easy
- Drainable scoop allows for collecting and rinsing of toys
- Keeps bath products safely out of reach
- Stores & organizes bath accessories
- Reduces mold & mildew
- Toys,sponges and bottles NOT included
- Featured on HGTV and in countless magazines!
- Award winning: iParenting Media Award Winner Best Products of 2007, Preemie Magazine’s Cool Stuff Award Winner 2006, JPMA Innovations Award Winner 2005, Baby Zone Amazing Toy Awards 2005
***Please note that these products cannot be shipped to Puerto Rico.
Tub Art looks cool too for my boys.
edushape Tub Art Pirates Bath Set
WARNING! Due to small parts, NOT for children under 3 years of age