BABY born Interactive Bathtub Review

We love our BABY born and Baby Annabell dolls and so when we were offered the chance to review the BABY born Interactive Bathtub we thought it sounded like great fun.



The pretty pink plastic bathtub comes complete with a dinky shower head, push buttons for foam and shower spray and even a rubber ducky! Switch to the on position on the bottom of the bath to begin!


For foam pop 5-10 ml of bubble bath in 40 ml of water and then pour the mixture into the hole next to the push button then pump the button several times.


Fill the bath with 30mm of water – there’s a handy guideline inside the bath – and push this button for the shower spray from the shiny silver showerhead to give Baby a rinse.


This button on the side of the bath activates the lights and sounds. It plays the recognisable ‘BABY born’ jingle as heard on the adverts and there are flashing LED lights inside the bath

Pop your chosen doll in the bath for bubbly splashy fun. It’s designed for and we used  BABY born but in these particular photos we have Baby Annabell purely because Little Lady wanted to use her in her swimming costume.


  • Little Lady had good fun with the bath as you can see and it’s easy to just pour the water out and give it a wipe round ready for the next play.

    Zapf Creation BABY Born Interactive Bathtub with Foam* is around £39.99
  • For ages 3 and over
  • Requires 3 X AAA batteries (included)
  • Dolls sold seperately

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*Affiliate link

We were gifted the item for the purpose of this review however all opinions remain honest and my own

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