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Ideas for Storing Your Children's Bath Toys


If you have young children, they undoubtedly tend to leave their toys scattered all over the house. Even their bath toys find a way to escape from the bathroom. To keep bath toys properly contained, make a few simple changes to your bathroom. Installing a shower caddy gives your children a place to put their toys when they have finished taking their bath. These caddies are easy to install in most standard bathroom showers.


The most convenient place to store bath toys is right in the bathroom, so adding a shower tote caddy is an easy solution. These caddies are portable and fit right in most standard bathroom tubs and showers, so you do not have to find one that is custom-made for you. Another option is a shower head caddy that hangs from your shower head. Your children can take their toys out when they get in the tub and put them back in the caddy when they are done. If you have more space in your bathroom, a special toy chest just for the bathroom can hold larger toys. Make sure that it is water-resistant so that it does not get damaged if water is splashed on it.

Keeping your children's bath toys in one place makes it easier to find that special rubber duck or tugboat when it is time for them to get clean. By adding the right kind of storage to your bathroom, you can keep their bath toys safely stored so that your children always have them right at hand.

17 comments:

  1. bathroom storage is a must. great idea on storing the bath toys in one accessible place. :)

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  2. yey! right, it's always important to store toys in a secure manner yet accessible to our young ones, and then teach the young ones to return them according to. That way you don't only organize your bathroom but also teaching the kiddo to be more responsible and neat :)

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  3. That's a nice idea, though I don't have little kids anymore I can share that to some moms I know. :)

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  4. I saw one like this when I was staying in a hotel in Butuan and it's pretty cool and also very useful thing.

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  5. Very nice idea. Now, Pakoy will have easier time looking for his rubber ducks.

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  6. Great idea, but with me here, I really don't allow kids to bring toys in the bathroom....

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  7. Great idea! I have a kid who is at the same age as the picture and this would definitely help her!

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  8. Nice tips. I always ask my daughter to pick-up all the toys after she took a bath/shower, so I am grateful at her age showing to be responsible.

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  9. great suggestion on handling toys for bath Nova, I love shower caddy too for organizing bathroom items :)

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  10. Now I feel like wanting to get a shower hahaha, gee I'm still in bed and the thought of refreshing water is waking my senses...great idea on toy organization, thanks for sharing! Blessed day :-)

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  11. that is really really cool. I have to look for that at our local home depot.

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  12. My son's toy snake is in our whirlpool, lol...and yes, I screamed...he loves to play but never wants to fix his toys,lol..but he has to or else he can't play outside.

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  13. this is awesome. though we only have a little tub for zachy. imma take a look at this when he's big enough...

    cheers for sharing! :)

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  14. bathroom storage is really important, and we are using one. our girls has lots of toys in the bath tub and lucky that after shower, she knew where to put it...in her red bucket! hehehe! but the one pictured here is really nice but i am not sure if they have that here in bangkok, will check.

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  15. this is really neat but since we only have a rubber ducky in the bathroom, i never bother installing one. it will always find its way in the bathroom. hehe thanks for this tip sis! very helpful!

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  16. Good tip here, Novz.This will be perfect for Morning Dew a couple of years from now.

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  17. That is a good idea for the toys to be stored. My son keep messing around with his bath toys.

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