The Puj Tub – A Review

A million years ago, back when Dave and I lived in the second smallest basement apartment in the world, there was this couple in our neighborhood, Katie and Ben, that we had a bit of a crush on.

Now, when I say crush, I don’t really mean crush. Of course.

I mean that that they were cool and kind and funny and smart. I mean that they were creative and stylish and, you know, designy. They were our kind of people and we wanted to be their friends.

They were our crush couple. You know, right? It’s a thing.

Anyway. We didn’t quite achieve BFF status with them before they moved away, but I did become friends with Katie. Over the (millions of) years, we’ve exchanged Christmas cards and the occasional email. We kept in touch. They have three boys, we have three girls…you do the math.

Because we kept in touch, I got to see these amazing baby products that Katie was developing. She is the creative genius behind the Go Sling and the Puj Tub.

Right around the time that Olive was born, Katie was looking for product testers for her baby bath tubs. I applied to be one, and was lucky enough to be chosen therefore increasing the crush.

This was especially a good thing since we had gotten rid of our old baby bath tub that we weren’t big fans of. You know the kind, the ones made of hard plastic that take up three cubic feet of space. And we have a small house, remember? Three cubic feet of space is greatly valued around here. In fact it’s a hot commodity. The Puj Tub came to us just when we needed it most.

Actually, I’m not quite sure how big three cubic feet of space is, but it sounds like a lot. Especially when you live in a small house.

Without further ado, I present to you the baby bath tub.*

Olive is one comfy baby. The material the tub is made from is super soft and flexible. It really is perfect for wee ones.

The tub is designed for babies 0-6 months of age, and Olive is four months old in these pictures.

And from the archives, here is Miss Olive at two weeks. The Puj Tub is perfect when babies are still so very wee, like in this picture. I will miss it when she outgrows it completely, for it has served us well.

One of the best parts about this bath tub is that it stores flat. This is where the Puj Tub is stored, on a hook behind our bathroom door. And I hold no grudge against the Puj Tub because it doesn’t take up any of the valuable space of our home.

See those four circles? Those are the magnets that hold the shape of the tub. They easily snap together, which you can do with one hand. And that's a good thing because chances are you'll be holding your baby with the other!

A clean baby makes for a happy mom. And we all know that happy moms are hot commodities too.

The Puj Tub is hands down, the best baby bath tub out there. I can easily bathe Olive by myself (something I used to wait for Dave to help out with). In fact, I’m going to claim The Puj Tub as hot commodity #3 of this post.

Thanks for having me as a tester Katie! We love the Puj Tub and I highly recommend it! I also hope all this “crush talk” hasn’t totally creeped you out.

Check out the Puj Tub for yourself on Puj’s new website exclusively for baby bath tubs!

*Adorable baby not included.

  1. Carina

    This is a great idea! Love it, because I hate those hard plastic tubs.

  2. Mom and Dad

    I want one…we have no tub, but only a wee shower…and we could fit one of those in our little missionary apartment as well. Suppose they don’t come big enough though. :)

  3. jenny

    i’ve totally been wanting a puj tub! and since i have a crush on you and dave, i’ve got to get one! we trashed our old nasty tub after jane and i never bathe elle cause i have no idea how… until now!

  4. Liz

    Mom you took my idea. I was thinking, I need one for me too. Olive really looks like she enjoys it.

  5. Holly

    I’ve often thought the same thing when I’m bathing her—I want one my size! It would be so relaxing!

  6. Melissa

    That looks awesome, nice that you got it for free!

  7. Katie

    Holly, I am so happy to see Olive enjoying the Puj Tub. Your girls are so beautiful, as would be expected! You know we are going to have to get your girls together with my boys sometime….hmmmm!