26 thoughts on “BABY TRAPPINGS”

  1. Um…I realize this is so not PC… but my first thought on seeing the picture of the woman with the washpod was “so, why is she thowing out a perfectly good baby?”

  2. I have the washpod and my baby LOVES it. He hated baths ina traditional bath tub until I got the washpod, now he only cries when he comes out of it. It mimics how the baby “sits’ in the womb.
    It is hard to wash his butt but other then that it is great, although it looks like a garbage can!
    AND I didn’t buy it I had once sent to me for review.

  3. ummmm…that looks awfully uncomfortable for the baby…
    that thing is ridiculous.
    We had a tub…but the sink was easier with my slippery little suckers…

  4. Never heard of these things before, so of course I had to google it. This is what the manufacturers say about it on the Ama zon website:

    “our washPOD provides a secure and warm environment, similar to that inside a mother’s womb”


    Then it goes on to say:

    “What’s new in baby tubs? How about a bucket? It’s a new concept in the US, but Europeans have totally embraced this innovative bathing option.”

    So, there you have it. It’s no different than the $3.99 bucket and it must be good because Europeans like it.

  5. For the same reasons that here people are prepared to spend $1400 on a Bug.ab.oo (without all the accessories). All reason seems to leave some people when they hit a baby goods store.

  6. Yeah, I saw that at the BRU store, did a double take and shook my head. How do you keep the kid from slipping below the water? Chubby baby- HTF do you get your arms in there to wash it? It looks absolutely ludicrous to me!

  7. Oh gosh, the washpod. That is just dumb. I vote for the bucket, or the kitchen sink which is included in most homes and often comes with a spray nozzle!

  8. OMG. I seriously just put water through my nose.

    I never got the washing pods either. There’s another EU company that has them too. But that’s the first I’ve ever seen that comparison.

    Thank you SO MUCH for the laugh.

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