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Bath Blizzard – a bubble bath toy

by Alicia on November 3, 2008 in Bath Toys & Gear

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I am really glad I was given the opportunity to review the bath blizzard but I can’t say that I would spend $19.99 on this product.  The concept of the bath blizzard is great but a I have a few issues with it.  I recommend that you take a look at the (4 page) instruction sheet, which you will find on the Kid Kleen website here before buying a bath blizzard.

It’s a well known fact that kids love bubbles.  Because they do, your kids will love the bath blizzard. Parents though might find it a bit of a hassle and should be prepared to spend 10+ minutes setting it up though.  I know that doesn’t sound like a long time but while I was setting ours up, I was thinking that it would have been much easier for me to pour some bubble bath into the water and swish it around to make lots of bubbles the old fashioned way.  However, the kids have much more fun with the bath blizzard than they do when I just pour bubble bath into the tub.  The bath blizzard comes with a teeny tiny bottle of bubble solution which we used very quickly but I found that our bubble bath solution works just fine.  We use Rainbow Organic Herbal bubble bath for kids.  The amount of bubbles that comes out of the bath blizzard seems to be a hit or miss. Sometimes the bubbles pour out and sometimes they trickle.  Sometimes there are enough bubbles for Sebastian to be a full on Santa Claus, beard, mustache, and a full head of white hair and sometimes there’s barely enough to make a mustache.

Price: $19.99

You can buy Kid Kleen Bath Blizzard

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Bihter November 12, 2008 at 9:28 am

Hi Alicia,

The author, Christopher Flett, was featured in the NY Times regarding women keeping their careers on track while having their family. His book, “What Men Don’t Tell Women About Business” was sold out at the Barnes and Noble I went to so I ordered it at Amazon. I read a lot of blogs and he seems to be popular.

I wish someone would interview him about how to stay OFF the mommy track. Why don’t you interview him and post it on your blog? I saw that he was a guest commentator on “the Juggle” (Wall Street Journal). His email listed there was I checked out his website and it looks pretty good.

Anyway, keep up the great topics.




Bihter November 5, 2008 at 6:24 am

Hi Alicia,

I really enjoy your blog. I watched an author named Christopher Flett on the Today Show, he wrote a book called “What Men Don’t Tell Women About Business” and it shares secrets for women working in business. I thought you might enjoy hearing about him. There could be some great content in their for future posts.

Keep up the great work.




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