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Tubby Table - Fun in the Tub Review


Disclaimer: I received product from Tubby Table. No other compensation was received. Though the product was free, opinions are 100% my very own. 


I enjoy bath time. There is no better time for me than to just sit in the tub and play in bubbles with toys. I can sit there for hours until I start looking like a prune. Sometimes I even have to be forcibly removed from the tub because mommy just has to be somewhere, and me sitting in the tub for hours is not the way to go. Usually after a date in the tub there will lots of bubbles on the floor. There is never a day after a bath that my floor is dry. Bath time means bubbles and giggles and lots of fun! When mommy was introduced to Tubby Table by a friend mommy just knew that this was something I needed to have. This was also something that I wanted to also share with my readers, especially those who have water babies like me. Now we can make bath time even more fun.



As usual before my review, I like to tell you a bit about the product and why it was invented.

  • Tubby Table was designed by moms with twins who experienced the "oops" and "uh ohs" of bath water and toys falling on the floor. Now kids have a play surface in the middle of the tub, allowing water to flow back into the tub instead of all over the bathroom floor.

The Tubby Table was very easy to put together. The parts you see there are all the parts that were included in the box. The only tool needed was a screwdriver to screw six screws to secure the base into the table. Putting the table together took mommy about five minutes. That was how easy it was! Once your table is set up it's time to put in the tub.



The base has a suction cup that allows it to stay in the tub and not move. The not slip mat which you can see below in the photo is where I like to sit and play. The table is full adjustable so when I get a little taller I will still be able to use it. The Tubby Table is suitable for ages 18 months and up. No matter how old you are, you are never too old to have fun in the tub.



One of the great things I love about this is that there are five different shapes all numbered. So not only am I having fun but I am also learning as well. I am learning my colors, I am learning numbers and I am also learning shapes. I am also learning cause and effect, check me out pouring the water out of my shape. What about my cognitive skills? Everything is being challenged. This is a multi functional toy and also very educational and I love it! 



As you can see I'm really having lots of fun using my Tubby Table. Now mommy doesn't have to worry about her floor becoming too wet either and I can stay in as long as I want. It's a win-win for both of us! Bath time should be a fun time for your little one and you as well. Tubby Table gets my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

Here are the ways to connect with Tubby Table:


Now you can purchase your very own Tubby Table on their website for $39.99. Readers of Growing Up Madison will get a 10% discount by using coupon code madison10 thru February 28th.


Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  1. That is a great idea. I actually put suction cup hooks up and down my shower wall to try to lock the water in the tub~! This would be so much easier

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  2. That is wicked cool!! I wish I had that for my guys when they were younger and loved to spend hours in the tub! This is a really neat product.

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  3. Aww, so cute and an awesome giveaway, too!! Thanks as always and Happy Valentine's Day to you today!! :)

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  4. Wish I would have had something like this when my kids were babies!

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  5. Oh I need one of these for my little girl! She loves to play in the tub but gets water everywhere!

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  6. That is so neat! My nieces would love that.

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  7. I know three kids who would love a Tubby Table for sure! They are so fun and educational!

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  8. My grandson loves his bath time fun!

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  9. My son loved playing in the bathtub when he was that little. Looks like fun!

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  10. They Look Like They Are Having A Blast This Is Adorable, Thanks For The Giveaway!

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  11. Ok, that is too cute! If my kids were still that young I would rush out and buy one. They used to love playing in the bathtub for hours and making splashy messes.

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  12. My oldest hated baths, he has some weird phobia with bath/shower water. He loves to swim though, so I don't get it :) My youngest on the other hand loves water, he would stay in the bath with his toys forever! I bought a new shower head last week and he has been obsessed with showers this week :) Finding great bath toys is always a good thing!

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  13. This looks like so much fun! My toddler would love this for his bath time. Thank you sharing

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  14. Oh I am so entering this. My niece is the same age as you, well a month older but she just loves splashing in the tub. I love buying her bath toys but I know she would really love this. I can see that you had a lot of fun using it as well.

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  15. This looks very cool. I bet my youngest two would really enjoy this for bath time!

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  16. Bath time has just been made more fun! I love toys that are fun and educational.

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  17. Both my grandkids ages 2 &3 have most of their bath times together, we are at the pouring & filling stages, seeing things float & sink.

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  18. Kids love filling and dumping and to match it with shape sorting is neat! Really cool bath toy!

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  19. I love that bath toy! I wish that had been around when my kids were younger.

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  20. My son loved playing in the bathtub when he was that little. Looks like fun! I wish he was little again, so many fun things nowadays!

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  21. Tubby Table does look like a lot of fun for you. Neat idea

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  22. That does look like a fun toy that will help kids enjoy bath time.

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  23. I am sure kids will have so much fun with tubby table,and it seems they are really enjoying as well.

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  24. This looks like fun! I'm sure JR would enjoy exploring something like this!

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  25. this is awesome! And wished they had something like this when my kids were younger. I am not sure my 10 year old would dig it now. Genius idea!!! Will pass it on to friends.

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  26. this is absolutely perfect for the tub for little ones-- sharing with my parent friends!

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  27. That is SO cute, learning in the tub! My son would enjoy this!

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