KidSpot ~ personalized items for children

KidSpot is a Canadian, family run business that uses unique embroidery technology to personalize all of their gifts. They also have Sublimation Heat Transfer press machines that can transfer any picture or any saved file to a large amount of items such as :T-shirts, photo frames, stainless steel bottles, Jigsaw Puzzles, mugs, mouse pads and more.

We chose to review an embroidered bath towel to give as a new baby gift! It was fun to be able to select the font as well as the font colour for the embroidering. The towel itself is extremely thick, made out of 100% Egyptain Cotton Terry, measuring 27″ x 50″. There is an option to add a personalized hand towel as well, which is a wonderful added touch. The detail and quality of these towels is very impressive!

We were VERY excited to give this towel as a gift to our dear friend. It was fun to watch the Mom’s face light up when she opened up her gift. She was so happy to see her new daughter’s name on something, this clearly will be a towel that will be used for years to come. It will definitely help to make getting out of the bath just as much fun as the bath experience.

KidSpot has a large variety of gift options from room decor to growth charts, blankets and more!

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46 Responses to KidSpot ~ personalized items for children

  1. My bathtime tip is to bathe one kid at a time. It honestly cuts down the stress a lot.

    If you really need to have multiple kids get washed at the same time, either have an extra set of hands to pass each one off to for towelling, or have everything lined up in arms reach (towel, clothes/pjs for each kid, etc).

  2. Mama B says:

    My bath time tip is to give them frozen homemade juice pops in the tub. It totally contains the sticky mess.

  3. flowerchild says:

    My tip is to have everything ready to bath them and when they get out..


  4. keep lots of toys in the bath for them to keep them happy and distracted for when you wash their hair 😉

  5. The Zoo says:

    Have your kids shower with you (one at a time), saves on baths all together. They’re highly overrated (smile).

    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

  6. marbles999 says:

    Sing to babies while giving bath ensures that he/she pays attention to you and not distracted by toys so that the bath can go by quickly and efficiently. They can play with toys gradually when they get older.

  7. I have my kids all bathe together, and put a towel on the floor to catch splashes!

  8. Skees says:

    Keep it fun. We have trouble with getting the hair washed so we keep a pair of goggles in the bathroom, then no soap, bubbles, etc in the eyes.

  9. Amy C says:

    My bath time tip is to have everything ready before bath time.

  10. Sherriemae23 says:

    My best bath time tip is put the towels in the dryer just before the bath and put a couple drops of lavender to sooth & put the kids right to sleep 🙂

  11. Lisa Smith says:

    Put a stool or chair beside the tub, it will save your back

  12. leanne_mac says:

    make it fun and they won’t argue when it’s bathtime

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  13. Samorjj says:

    Bath them together and have the phone already beside you since you jsut know it will ring as soon as you get them in there.

  14. pamalot says:

    always check the temperature of the water before letting little ones in!

  15. gibberish says:

    Always run a bit of cold water before you turn off the taps. It cools them down so little people won’t touch them and get burnt!
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  16. Jennifer says:

    My tip is to put extra towels on the floor beside the tub. My girls can never keep the water in the tub and it gets everywhere!

  17. Sweet Panda says:

    I always have a few bath toys so my kids would concentrate on playing them and I can finish bathing them more quickly. Also, I keep towels, bath products, and clothes in a place where I can easily reach them with one hand

  18. jsmom says:

    I like to use lavender bath products and even spray my son’s bedding with a little bit of the scent before bed.

  19. I also am a big fan of lavender bath for my daughters AND SELF to get to sleep! Nothing more relaxing! Following up with brushing teeth and bedtime in bed.

  20. A. Smith says:

    Never let them see you sweat no matter how cranky they may be during bathtime.
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  21. Have everything ready before you kids get in the bath. I make sure the towels, soap, shampoo are ready for use so I don’t have to leave the room.

  22. My daughter loved bathtime when she was little. It was difficult to get her out! After bathtime we had a hot chocolate and played a board game. Happy memories!

  23. Get into a regular bathtime routine so they always know what to expect. 🙂

  24. Olivia L says:

    My daughter likes singing and splashing in the tub – now it’s fun time for her!

  25. lelalacc says:

    never forget to test the water temperature
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  26. Tina L. says:

    Have everything ready including pjs for after their bath before you put the kids in the tub. Also use a kneeing pad.

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  27. Jennifer says:

    while the kids are in the tub, I get their pyjamas ready

  28. Melissa says:

    My Bathtime tip is to make sure you use a bath mat at the bottom of the tub so you avoid any kind of slips and falls by you or the little one!

  29. Soozle says:

    Fun tub toys can make all the difference!

  30. Robyn says:

    I love when my son explores in the bathtub. Different sizes of plastic containers are fun. They learn about volume and can make some pretty cool sounds and bubbles at the same time!!!!

    arctic_teahcer AT yahoo DOT ca

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  32. Nancy Tch says:

    Showers! My 2 girls (sometimes with me too) shower together and it cuts down on the water mess out of the tub! We have a large shower stall in our ensuite that contains all the mess! 🙂

  33. My son LOVES having bubbles .. and lots of toys. Whatever keeps him happy while hair washing is going on, keeps momma happy!

  34. tobyhir says:

    Never, never, never, leave a child alone! Can’t stress that enough!

  35. Alessandrina says:

    Bath Time tip: have everything organised for the bath and afterwards. Pajamas out + bed ready if the child takes a bath at night.

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  36. Samorjj says:

    Put the portable phone in the bathroom before you start. It always seems to ring as soon as you set them in.

  37. Mystic Misha says:

    Act like it is an adventure. Proper water toys too.

  38. Flo says:

    Give them time to play awhile, It relaxes them before bed time

  39. Katy Emanuel says:

    We have a routine with songs so that my daughter has a sense of how much longer she has to play based on when we sing a certain song.

  40. Cheryl says:

    I use a special water jug that fits close to my son’s head so when I go to rinse his hair after washing, the water doesn’t drip all down his face. I found it at Baby’s R Us and I use it every time he hs bath!

  41. we add colour to the bath. there are all kinds of different ones to choose from – basically tiny coloured bathbombs, they add colour to the water – and my kids go nutty for them. Keeps them in the bath. 🙂

  42. Shari G says:

    LOL my tip was going to be: Bath the kids together if you can.

    I saw Lisa’s where she says do one kid at a time.

    Hubby and I work together, and we also find the 3 boys entertain each other, so we can just ensure they are safe, and not making too much mess.

  43. Angela M says:

    We love to use those mesh shower bags to store all the bath toys and odds and ends.

  44. suzquiz says:

    I really like the detail on this would be a great gift

  45. kathy downey says:

    This is lovely would make a wonderful gift

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