I was given products in this post to test and give my honest feedback.  All opinions are my own.
Welcome to the 2015 Simply Me Holiday Gift guide!  The holidays should be fun.  At times finding the perfect gift, great deals, decorating and recipes can be overwhelming.  The Simply Me Blog wants to put the fun back into the Holidays so over the next several weeks I will be posting great gifts for everyone, decorating tips, recipes and everything in-between!
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Quinn is at that wonderful age where bath time is no longer a battle!  NO longer does he scream and hold onto the door jam for dear life.  Now when I say bath time it is all giggles and he runs back to play with his favorite bath toys.  We have boats, squirters, sea creatures and even some strange watermelon sponge (dont ask lol)
The one think we are lacking is blocks!!  When I discovered BathBlocks I just knew they would be perfect for him.  And here is why:
Sometimes the most educational toys are the simplest toys,
Why because the force you to use  your imagination.
Toys with lots of open-ended possibilities encourage young minds to think, to create and to explore. 
 BathBlocks bring classic block play into a fun, new, fascinating watery environment. 
 The bathtub is the perfect place to create waterslides, ball runs, floating towns and more. 
 The “sticky” viscosity of water creates a helpful cling between blocks, and the movement, buoyancy and flow of water add an engaging twist to classic block play. 
( Special Note: Dipping BathBlocks in soap or shampoo suds increases their stick to tub walls and other blocks dramatically!) BathBlocks are made from bacteria and mildew resistant EVA and contain no PVC or phthalates.. 

So these are the reason I love them.  When I asked Quinn why does he love them he replies.  They float and I can build cool stuff!  Oh and they stick to the wall.  
Hey now he only just turned 5 I am surprised he paid attention to me long enough to give that answer!
He has so much fun building towers and he uses that creepy watermelon sponge to knock them over!
Bath time doesn't need to be a battle.  With the right attitude and tools it can be a fun time for kids!

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