No more than any piece of Baby equipment the baby Bath needs sufficient consideration to ensure you end up with the best one for your needs. While certain styles of baths may appeal to some parents more than others sometimes quite often it’s the living space that can influence the decision more than anything. Apartment living with a newborn can demand a smaller neater approach where less water is needed to be filled and emptied. Many of the smaller style baths have a more upright seated position (like the Shnuggle Bath), assisting you to support a slippy newborn and ruling out the need for additional bath supports. Many housing units now do not have an adult bath leaving others of the mind set that the longer more traditional baby bath will last longer and can give junior more space to enjoy the bathing experience as they grow. To accommodate a newborn many of these type of baths would require the addition of a bath support. There are also the Baby Changing units which can come with the bath, most of these are on wheels which aids with filling and emptying the bath but also the fact that bathing can be carried out standing up especially where a C-Section may have being performed.