Keeping the Water In The Tub With The Tubby Table | @TubbyTable

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Do you have a toddler that absolutely loves to splash around in the bath? Or how about one that refuses to even get in the tub?  You may want to check out the Tubby Table, a new product coming to the market that is perfect for both senarios.

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In time for the holidays, the Tubby Table will take the stress out of bath time by ensuring your child’s water play stays in the tub and off the bathroom floor!

The Tubby Table is great for kids ages 1 1/2 and up to engage in water fun and learning.  Have a little one who slips and slides around the tub trying to get around.  The Tubby Table comes with a colorful non slip bath mat that suctions to the bottom of the tub to keep them safe while playing, perfect for kids aged 1 and up.

Toddler Tubby Table

The innovative pedestal and suction cup design of the table keeps is sturdy while your little one is playing and splashing about.  (*One note, make sure to stick the suction to the bottom of the tub BEFORE you put water in or it won’t stick) The edges of the table are soft with the rubbery material that keeps the table safe.

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Included with the Tubby Table are 5 multi-colored and number shaped cups to reinforce fine motor skills, cognitive and developmental skills such as counting, sorting, color differentiation as well as just plain fun.

My Toddlers Enjoy The Tubby Table

My kids absolutely love taking baths, especially together.  The bad part is they get to splashing like crazy and the water comes flying out of the tub! Little ones will love pouring and filling the colorful cups, and adding in the fun of other bath time toys.  Can you imagine your son driving his water car across the table?  I’m sure that is what my little guy will be doing next!

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Some fun ideas for the Tubby Table:

  • Bath Time Tea Parties
  • Bath Time Car Wash
  • Bath Time Soapy Meal for Mom & Dad
  • Barbie Table or obstacle course


What we liked about the Tubby Table:

  • Easy to Assemble
  • No Sharp Corners
  • Adjustable Height
  • Suction Cup Stand – easy to reposition
  • The Shape/Colored Numbered Accessories were great for several purposes
  • Held up well when sanitized/sprayed with bleach & water mixture after use.
  • Easy to clean

The Tubby Table is now available for $39.99  at  And if you act now, you can get a $5.00 discount on all pre-orders. Makes a great holiday gift!


One very lucky Toddler Trails family will win a Tubby Table of their own!

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8 thoughts on “Keeping the Water In The Tub With The Tubby Table | @TubbyTable”

  1. This toy is awesome. My daughter had the chance to try it out during the photo shoot. She loved it and, I can’t wait for mine to come.

  2. My girls just play with their My Little Ponies & Smurfs during bath time and anything else they get from their McDonald’s Happy Meals. They got the idea from their swim school who uses the small toys in their lessons.


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