You can wash your baby in the kitchen sink – and it’s probably good if you’re recovering from a c-section or have back problems as it means less bending. But as your baby grows, having a dedicated baby bath tub certainly has advantages, allowing you to bathe your baby in a warm living room, for instance, or making her feel more secure. After all, a ‘proper’ bath is equivalent to a swimming pool for a small baby. Some baby baths fold up or inflate, while others have a moulded bottom to support younger babies. You’ll also find bucket-style versions of baby bath that allow your little one to sit in a more upright position. Whichever you choose will partly come down to the space you have, your budget and your taste. But, we got mums to test the best to give our Mother&Baby verdict.